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Diesel in America, it's going to remain the preserve of european manufacturers

In a recent edition of the magazine Automotive News, six major manufacturers were announcing that he was no longer question for them, offer for America of vehicles powered by a diesel engine, although some of them had to offer motor vehicles diesel in America.

These are the manufacturers-General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Honda, Nissan and Toyota seem to wear their energies in the design and development of hybrid engines, or possibly, entirely to electricity.

Masters in the matter

Which brings once more the european manufacturers, particularly German, whose brands Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen to ensure the sustainability of this technology in North America.

But this decision which has just be taken by these six major global manufacturers, should not influence the German manufacturers in their decision to export more and more vehicles have diesel engines have common rail direct injection, some of them have nothing to envy to ecological characteristics attributed, among others, current hybrid technologies.

By the end of the year, otherwise the spring of 2010, they are at least eight German vehicles that will be available in America, driven by this type of mechanical block. Also here is the list of vehicles currently available or will be soon:

Currently available:

Mercedes-Benz E320 BlueTEC

Mercedes-Benz GL320 CDI

Mercedes-Benz ML320 CDI

Mercedes-Benz R320 CDI

Volkswagen Jetta TDI

Coming up:

Audi Q7 TDI

Audi A3 TDI

BMW 335d

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