TROY, MI – Once and for all, will the U.S. use diesel engines in its passenger vehicles, and at least start to parallel Europe’s breakneck acceptance of the once-derided diesel? Equally important, can auto makers exploit significant numbers of diesels in the U.S., given the regulatory and marketing challenges even the most passionate proponents admit diesels face? (See related story: EPA: Easing of Diesel Emissions Regs Unlikely) The answer – according to participants at the Society of ...

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