A thorough list of clean diesel cars, trucks and SUVs currently available in the U.S. Clean diesel is a proven technology that is quiet and fun to drive.
Diesel Drivers is where current and prospective diesel drivers can make the most of their clean diesel experience - a veritable hub of resources and the most up to date information available.
So you’re thinking about buying a diesel car? Well you’ve come to the right place! Clean diesel is a proven technology that is quiet and fun to drive and here you can:
Explore available models and data. Check with the manufacturer or your local dealer to confiim current model listings and availability.
Review analysis on the Total Cost of Ownership
Find resources to locate the closest fuel station that sells diesel fuel (currently sold at over 50 percent of stations in the U.S.)
And learn more about why more and more consumers are turning to clean diesel – for the no-compromise fuel efficient vehicle choice.
The new generation of clean diesel cars, pickup trucks and SUVs is a fuel efficient and proven choice to meet your personal transportation needs. We're extremely optimistic about the U.S. diesel market this year and in 2018 because of the introduction of new diesels like the 52 mpg (highway) Chevy Cruze Diesel Sedan and Hatchback, the Chevy Equinox Diesel, the Ford F-150 diesel pickup, along with the Mazda CX-5 SKYACTIV-D SUV diesel. All of these new diesels will complement existing strongholds or fill voids in the marketplace for affordable, proven and fuel-efficient technologies.
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