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If you’re in the market for a premium SUV of this size and with the 2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK250 4Matic BlueTec's capabilities, you simply must test drive the GLK diesel. I’m betting you’ll like it. We will be seeing more diesels in other vehicles, though. . .
If you haven’t noticed, you soon will – manufacturers both domestic and foreign are building and pushing the sales of small diesel engines here. The “why” of this shift is multi-faceted, but there is no doubt one of the main reasons has to be the Obam. . .
Diesel vehicles have always had their fans; but in recent years, new-generation clean-diesel models have elevated the technology above that crowd. For the most part, the overbearing diesel clatter is gone; so is the exhaust soot and odor. And diesels s. . .
The pioneer of the modern van movement in the U.S., the 2014 MY Sprinter Van has a new look and is now even more economical, safer and environmentally friendly. After seven years of the current generation and sales totaling around one million vehicles aro. . .
Turbocharging is growing even faster in the U.S. market than some analysts expected, largely because diesel passenger cars finally seem to be gaining some momentum. “The number of additional diesel applications coming to the U.S. market has been a real. . .