When did vans such as the Ford Transit and Toyota Hiace start using DPFs?

If I am looking for a diesel Transit or Toyota Hiace, which year should I look for to find the latest model without a DPF? Does the Hyundai i800 have a DPF, and out of the three vehicles mentioned which ones are chain cam diesels? Clearly a diesel van would be more reliable without either a DPF or a dual mass flywheel. Please let me know which of these vans have neither.

Asked on 29 August 2010 by Pedrochili

Answered by Honest John
DPFs aren't obligatory on anything until EU5, but were usually needed to comply with EU4. I don't know which of these are chain cam. I don't have that sort of detail on vans.
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