Not that long ago, finding a diesel car or truck - a truck with fewer than 18 wheels, anyway - on an American highway was about as rare as an icy road in July. Not so today. The era of dirty, smelly and noisy diesel vehicles has gone the way of the 8-trac. . .
Though long popular in Europe, diesel vehicles have not yet enjoyed widespread popularity in the United States. However, American automakers are taking a cue from consumers who desire an alternative to gasoline-fueled cars.
Blog post by Sophia Bush - Sophia Bush Actress. Entrepreneur. Philanthropist. I also know that there is something 100 percent of Americans can agree on: No matter what side of political lines we fall on, we all want to rely less on foreign oil and leav. . .