DETROIT – The on-again, off-again relationship between the U.S. and light-duty diesels may be on again. Several experts at the Directions in Engine Efficiency and Emissions Research conference here say more light-duty diesels – and even diesel hybrids – are likely to debut in the U.S., but not for several years. In 2008, light-duty diesels were looking to stage a mini-invasion of the U.S. Audi AG, BMW AG, Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen AG all were planning new diesel entries for 2009 and ...

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