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Arranged alphabetically by manufacturer, the following guide offers concise information on engine configuration, displacement, horsepower and torque ranges, and descriptions of engine features and intended applications. Web addresses for additional techni. . .
Cadillac will "definitely" bring diesels back to its U.S. lineup sometime over the next few years, brand chief Johan de Nysschen told Automotive News at a recent press event in Wisconsin. The General Motors luxury brand is reportedly working on new fou. . .
“Simply put, there’s no other midsize truck that can do what Colorado can with its all-new Duramax diesel,” said Sandor Piszar, director of Chevrolet truck marketing, in a statement. “Along with greater capability and efficiency, it expands the Colorado l. . .
General Motors’ all-new 1.6L turbodiesel earned plaudits from the European motoring press shortly after it began rolling out last year in Opel products such as the Mokka small CUV. German journalists call it the “flüster diesel,” or whisper diesel, for it. . .
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. . .