WASHINGTON – Volkswagen of America Inc. CEO Stefan Jacoby is optimistic U.S. motorists will become more accepting of diesel engines in coming years. “We are confident we will see growing demand (for diesels) as American customers become more familiar with (their) advantages,” he says at the Washington Auto Show. Jacoby notes the Jetta TDI has been in high demand since it was introduced last summer. “Up until this point, we have focused on 4-door sedans and SUVs with our clean-diesel ...
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