SALT LAKE CITY – Volkswagen of America Inc. says its dealers will play a critical role in prodding the U.S. government to develop regulations promoting diesel technology. VW ask dealers to put pressure on U.S. government for diesel acceptance. The auto maker plans to offer diesel engines across its U.S. product range later this year. Frank Maguire, vice president-sales and marketing, says VWA intends to increase advertising of its diesel models, promoting the mileage ...

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