NEW YORK – Chrysler Group will fuel its new Jeep Liberty diesel SUVs with B5 fuel when they leave the assembly line. B5 is comprised of 95% conventional diesel and 5% biodiesel. The bio component of the fuel will come from soybeans grown in Ohio, where the Liberty is produced. Jeep Liberty At a press conference here, Chrysler Group CEO Dieter Zetsche says that if diesel use in the U.S. equaled that of Europe, the combined corporate average fuel economy would increase by 3 mpg ...
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