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Report: New Land Rover 4.4L diesel not U.S.-bound, but next one probably will be

by Chris Shunk (RSS feed) on Jul 20th, 2010 at 1:59PM

It really is too bad, at least for us Americans, that U.S. and European emission standards aren't in sync. The misaligned standards prevent many automakers from offering us Yanks the latest and greatest in fuel efficient diesel engines already available overseas. The disappointing trend continues with the 2011 Range Rover, as Land Rover rather predictably tuned its new oil burning 4.4-liter V8 for Euro-only duty. But while we won't be able to experience a diesel Land Rover that can hit 30 miles per gallon in the European combined cycle, Autocar reports that the next generation of the... Read More

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