We probably won't get it in the States, but it's still something to hope for. General Motors will launch its Chevrolet Captiva, the company's first compact diesel-powered SUV, at the Geneva Motor Show this March. Promising 29 combined mpg, the Captiva's 2.0L turbodiesel puts out 150 hp. The Captiva is the first of a whole line of Chevy vehicles, which will be rolled out later in the year, featuring the diesel powerplant.
We will have the Saturn Vue Green Line, however, which offers the same combined mileage with a mild hybrid powertrain rather than a diesel.