American Car Buyer's Wise Up Diesel's Gain Momenteum


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Washington DC August 26, 2013; USA Today reported that diesel vehicle sales could explode the next few years, hitting as much as 10% of new vehicle sales by 2018.

That's several times the current diesel sales pace, a huge jump for an engine that's heavier, costlier and noisier (there you go a DIESEL UNTRUTH, ed.) that gasoline engines, uses more-expensive fuel that's harder to find and smells bad(there you go a DIESEL UNTRUTH, ed.). Are the experts sniffing that diesel fuel? Not really. There are sound reasons that diesel-power vehicles could catch on. Read complete USA Today article HERE

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