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Professor of Air Quality at King's College London Which is the better option for cars in cities, diesel or petrol-driven engines? As a report reveals the new fleet of green, hybrid electric-diesel buses in London produce less CO 2 but more harmful
C ar manufacturers have realised that they cannot succeed without diesel variant in their portfolio. This is the reason why Honda went to the drawing board and to develop a diesel engine. From not even a single diesel car in its stable, Honda now
With its own diesel engine family still under development and the need felt for more powerful engines for upcoming SUV models, Maruti Suzuki now plans to import Fiat's 1.6-litre 'multijet' diesel engine from Italy starting next year, sources told FE.
Sales of diesel-powered cars, utes and SUVs have tripled in the past 10 years; they used to represent 10 per cent of the market, they now represent 30 per cent, including 327,500 new deliveries last year alone. Diesel cars were initially seen as an
Especially after this week's decision when the government allowed oil marketing companies to progressively raise diesel prices When buying a new car, it's essential you make the right decision about which type of fuel suits your motoring needs best.
Diesel cars are making a splash in the U.S. market, and Audi is among the automakers working hard to make Americans forget how terrible the technology was in the 1980s ...They're clean, more efficient than their gasoline counterparts, and offer tons
Clouds of smoke and tooting of horns welcome visitors to the old styled Ghanaian capital of Accra, which was recently named among the fastest growing cities in Africa. These smokes and ugly noises are predominantly generated by the rickety commercial
Diesel engines, long reputed for being loud and dirty, are making waves in the U.S. Although they accounted for just 3.2% of U.S. auto sales in 2012 (about the same as hybrids), the number of diesels on American roads will double by 2018, according
Sales of petrol cars have overtaken their diesel variants after a gap of about 25 months spurred by a steady rise in the price of diesel, which has shifted consumers' interest from costlier diesel variants to cheaper petrol cars. Car makers are again
Autos Bebeto Matthews AP video Drive Video The study was done by the University of Michigan and paid for by Robert Bosch LLC, the giant German technology company that manufactures diesel injection systems among many other automotive components.