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diesel

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mod. really good. I am set for a diesel evening and I intend to enjoy it.
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The aluminum-silicon alloy used in Audi's production gasoline engines (its production diesels use vermicular cast iron) is used in the block and heads of the 90[degrees] V12 TDI.
But the forecasters expect the number of hybrid electric models on the market to increase from 10 this year to 44 by 2012, while the number of diesel models is expected to grow from 14 to 26.
In the face of tightening federal emissions regulations that prohibited existing diesel systems, Mercedes withdrew diesels from the U.
Prologue: November 2001, A9 Autobahn between Frankfurt and Berlin: I notice exit signs indicating that "Biodiesel" is available here and ask my friend, in whose diesel car I'm riding, what it is.
New Diesel Fuel and Improved Engine Technologies to Result in Cleanest Diesel Engines Ever Starting in 2007 --
This target would make it necessary for all diesel cars to be fitted with particulate filters," says Dohle, adding the proposed regulations will require a rethinking of the "emissions margin," or safety cushion, would have to be increased to assure the vehicle will continue to meet the emissions standards throughout the life of the vehicle, while also assuring the emissions targets do not reduce the performance and fuel-economy benefits of diesel engines.
Among the options being considered is converting at least 200 of the buses back to diesel as a money-saving measure.
The 46-year-old steamer operates competitively with the line's diesels (of model SW 12), Crane says.
The Indiana Diesel Nationals scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, June 24-25 in Brownsburg, IN is expected to have record crowds, close to 15,000, at the Indianapolis Raceway Park (IRP) this year.
The talk of the Frankfurt Auto Show may have been the advent of the European hybrid--namely those from German carmakers who were presenting them thru gritted teeth--but the truth of the matter is that Europeans are wedded to diesel engines to the extent that they can now be found under the hoods of every other car leaving the new car showrooms.
International Truck and Engine Corporation, maker of the world's best-selling mid-range diesel engines, today unveiled a new global brand for its 2007 on-highway automotive engines.
Pinson, evidently taking a swipe at Toyota and its decision to advance high-cost hybrid systems, said, "If you look at what is our next most viable alterative to achieve significant gains in fuel consumption, we come up against hybridization and the diesel engine and both of them have their own intrinsic cost structures which have made them, up to this point, difficult to sell.
Congress should act this year to fully fund the 'Diesel Emissions Reductions Act' so that we can begin now to clean up America's -- and the Commonwealth's -- dirty diesels.
The other joint venture was with the Wuxi Weifu group in the same year which has become market leader--with more than 50%--for conventional diesels in China.
With over 30 million existing diesels in Europe, U.