TRAVERSE CITY, MI – The Chrysler Group is looking at introducing diesel-powered products for North America, says President and CEO Dieter Zetsche. Dieter Zetsche Chrysler has diesels “for everything we sell in Europe,” he says, “and we are considering potentially introducing one or two in this market.” Many obstacles remain. The perception of American customers still is driven by poor experiences with diesels 20 years ago, despite tremendous advancements in the last decade ...

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