MIAMI – Kia Motors Corp. joins a growing group of auto makers pulling back on plans for diesel engines in the U.S. The auto maker was set to offer a diesel in its Borrego midsize SUV in the U.S., but that now looks to be on hold, a company official tells Ward’s. The Borrego diesel currently has no timeline for introduction, likely meaning it has been delayed indefinitely, Fred Aikins, product manager-small cars, tells Ward’s here during a Kia Soul media preview. Former Kia Motors ...

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