TURIN – Europe’s Jaguar dealers understand that the U.S. is the brand’s largest market, and, due to strict emissions standards, they only can sell gasoline versions there. Nevertheless, it frustrates them that the brand doesn’t have a single diesel version to offer in Europe, where diesel-fuel cars account for 30%-40% of sales. It’s especially galling when rivals Mercedes-Benz, BMW AG and Audi AG offer a range of quality diesel models. Diesel Jaguars, they say, can't come too soon. Some ...
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