CANBERRA – Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. is working on a diesel version of its popular Territory cross/utility vehicle because that’s what customers want, President Tom Gorman says. But vehicle owners are better off buying a vehicle using liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), he insists in media reports. "People want performance and refinement, and that means (a reduction of) noise, vibration and harshness,” he tells reporters here. “You don't get that by jamming a diesel engine into the ...

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