Diesel-powered Chevy Beat more fuel-efficient than gasoline version.
India’s auto makers are elated that the government did not single out diesel cars or fuel for fresh taxes in its latest budget. With the taxation question resolved, at least for now, Indian car makers are preparing to implement their diesel expansion plans extensively. Maruti Suzuki India is investing Rs10 billion ($200 million) in a diesel-engine plant with annual capacity of 100,000 units. The funding may be increased later. But, as Maruti Suzuki predominantly makes ...
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