NEW YORK – With the exception of Chrysler Group, which recently announced it will be the first auto maker to fill one of its diesel-engine models with biodiesel fuel before it leaves the factory, this environmentally friendly alternative to petroleum-based diesel is not making much headway with auto makers. But there is increasing use of biodiesel in fleets and even among a limited number of individual motorists. Diesel-powered Liberty will come from factory with biodiesel fuel. ...
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