DEARBORN, MI – With diesel fuel soaring well past the price of premium unleaded, skeptics think diesel powertrains face an uphill battle in the U.S. But at the 14th annual Diesel Engine Efficiency and Emissions Research conference here, confidence in oil burners bubbles up like the crude in Jed Clampett’s backyard. Thanks to the recent introduction of ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel and new emissions- control technology, more than 20 world-class diesel-powered vehicles are expected to ...
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