LAREDO, TX – Chrysler Group's commitment to biodiesel fuel is evident in its use of B5 (5% biodiesel/95% conventional petroleum-based diesel) for the first fuel fill in every diesel-powered Jeep Liberty Turbo Diesel rolling off its Toledo assembly line. However, Chrysler now says it is exploring the use of B20 biodiesel (20% biodiesel/80% petroleum diesel), a fuel formulation that is not accepted under the company's current diesel-engine warranty policies, says Reginald R. Modin, ...
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