DETROIT – Diesels make more sense for the North American market than in Europe, where they have soared to a third of all vehicle sales, says Dieter Zetsche, president and CEO of Chrysler Group. “If you consider the fact that in Europe, diesels have 30%-35% of share today, in the U.S. they should have 50% because of this market’s characteristics,” says Zetsche. A diesel Jeep Liberty is a start. North Americans seek strong acceleration when the light turns green, which calls for ...
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