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The highest highway EPA rating for a big 2014 pickup is 28 mpg, achieved by the 2014 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel with rear-wheel drive--but the highest gasoline number is only 25 mpg, for the Ram 1500 HFE model with a 3.6-liter V-6, an eight-speed automatic transm. . .
General Motors Co. will spend 250 million euros ($342 million) expanding its auto-engine plant in Tychy, Poland, as the largest U.S. carmaker seeks to return to profit in Europe. The factory will be upgraded in preparation for building a new 1.6-liter . . .
If you thought the pickup wars -- manufacturers' ongoing offensive to top each other with towing and payload increases and an ever-expanding array of luxury features -- couldn't get any more intense, you are dead wrong. There's a three-way shootout ove. . .
Diesel power is making a comeback, thanks in large part to German automakers. Cars with diesel engines generally get better fuel mileage than gasoline powered cars for a number of reasons, among them the fact that diesel fuel contains more energy than gas. . .
For the first time, the list includes three diesel engines, all of which feature Bosch’s state-of-the art diesel technology, including common rail injectors, engine control units, high-pressure pumps, high-pressure rails and sensors.