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A study from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute looked at the savings between diesel and gasoline car options. Check out the major differences in price and fuel economy in these passenger cars, SUVs, and pickups that offer both a. . .
That’s the main advantage: a highway driving range of 400 to 800 miles on diesel, or one fill-up a day on long trips. Even in mixed city-highway driving, you’ll make fewer stops at the pump. The Diesel Technology Forum, an industry trade group, says di. . .
Daimler Trucks North America has unveiled the first self-driving commercial truck licensed to drive on U.S. public highways. The Freightliner Inspiration Truck allows drivers to cede full control of all critical functions when cruising down the highway. . .
Globally, Daimler Trucks sold 496,000 trucks last year, up 2% from 2013. The biggest market was Asia, with 167,000 units, followed closely by the NAFTA region at 161,000. DTNA President and CEO Martin Daum quipped to reporters, "because we are very compet. . .