Peter Marks

  • 2010 Audi A3 TDI

    Diesel models may account for more than half of all new car sales in Europe but in the U.S. their numbers still hover around just 3 percent of the market. This in part because of a national memory of the noisy and polluting diesels of three decades ago, and in part because diesel fuel and engines are still too expensive to make good business sense. This latter issue is something we’ve touched on several times before here at GreenCarReports, but thankfully, the tide is starting to turn. One of the biggest suppliers of diesel technology to the automotive industry is Bosch, which is...

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