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More natural gas. Less diesel. That's a quick synopsis of a study by Navigant Research on future fueling trends for trucks.

Mercedes-Benz has launched its Euro VI-compliant, diesel-powered Actros heavy-duty truck, specifically designed for long-distance transport. The new-for-2012 Actros consumes three percent less fuel and 40 percent less AdBlue than its predecessor. M-B says that results from a recent 10,000-kilometer (6,214-mile) journey shows that the Euro VI Actros consumed 25.9 liters of diesel per 100 km (9.1 miles per gallon U.S. – it may not sound that great, but trucks aren't exactly Priuses).

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