ROCHESTER, MI – The Chrysler Group says it is better able to pull the trigger on launching light-duty diesel vehicles in the U.S. market than its leading competitors, Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp. European version of the PT Cruiser with 2.2L Common Rail Turbo Diesel However, several obstacles must be resolved on the regulatory front before the auto maker would consider bringing diesel powertrains to the U.S. in significant volumes. “On the light-duty side (of the ...

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