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    Quick Spin: 2009 Porsche Cayenne Diesel delivers torque and efficiency with negligible compromise

    Porsche Cayenne Diesel - Click above for high-res image gallery
    Porsche sells no fewer than seven different Cayenne models in the U.S. All share the same unibody platform and permanent all-wheel drive system, but each is differentiated by its powerplant, brakes, suspension, and accessory list. ...

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    Frankfurt Preview: Audi to intro clean A4 TDI, A3 TFSI, coming to America?

    Audi A4 TDI - click above for a high-res image gallery
    Audi will be launching at least three new models next month at the Frankfurt Motor Show, two of which seem like they have a good chance of coming to North America and one that doesn't. The A4 TDI clean diesel will make its debut at the German ...

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    New diesels won't run when the urea tanks is dry

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    Owners of the new crop of clean diesels will have another maintenance item to concern themselves with if their new cars are equipped with urea injection. The EPA requires that all diesels meet strict new emissions standards, which almost ...

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    Rumormill: BMW diesels on sale in the U.S. mid-October

    Click above for more images of BMW's new diesels The BMW X5 xDrive35d and 335d, both revealed live at the Detroit Auto Show, will be coming to the States in mid-October according to the latest rumor. The common engine will be BMW's dual turbocharged 3.0L inline-six diesel, good for 265 hp and 425 ...

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    VW unveils next-gen TDI engine

    Part of the consortium of German auto manufacturers developing the Bluetec diesel technology, Volkswagen just announced that its new TDI will the cleanest diesel on the planet. To be used in the 2008 VW Jetta (and other smaller VWs), the new 2.0 liter common rail diesel engine differs from the urea ...

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    BMW refines U.S. diesel plan

    BMW is coming stag to the U.S. diesel party, despite hinting in October that they were close to joining fellow German automakers VW, Audi and DaimlerChrysler in marketing Bluetec technology in the U.S."We are in the process of thinking of a name that is different from Bluetec," a spokesman for BMW ...


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