Audi Australia Pty. Ltd. plans to install smaller diesel engines in some of its models so they consume less than 34 mpg (6.9 L/100 km) and qualify for the country’s new “green-car” exemption from the federal luxury-car tax. Among the models under review for Australian buyers are a new 2.0L TDI 4-cyl. variant of the Audi TT, two new A6 TDI sedans and a new A4 Avant with a 2.7L TDI V-6. The A5 3.0L TDI V-6 coupe arriving in November also benefits from the new legislation. The Australian ...

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