TURIN – Europe’s rush to light-vehicle diesels caught by surprise most Japanese, Korean and American auto makers. Only now, a full decade after the shift to diesels began to build real momentum, are they responding with competitive oil burners. Some, however, remain hamstrung by the lack of suitable engines. Cadillac SRX slated to be one of first GM models with Alfa-derived diesel engine. General Motors Corp. is a prime example. GM sees Cadillac as a global luxury-car player, but ...

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