Ford Motor Co. will sell diesel-powered light vehicles in North America "when the time is right," says Sue Cischke, vice president-environment and safety. But for more than 14,000 motorists, the right time is now. As Ford announces it is testing a diesel-urea "co-fueling" system in a bid to offer a diesel-powered Focus within five years, Volkswagen of America Inc. is enjoying a surge in diesel car sales. Ford Focus TDCi (left), and Volkswagen Jetta TDI Through June, VW has ...

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