But what's really impressive is the fuel economy: EPA rates the Cruze Diesel with a 6-speed manual at 30 mpg city, 52 mpg highway!…
April 27, 2017 | US News and World Report
The death of diesel in the United States has been greatly exaggerated. It’s alive and well, despite the wrath that the technology has weathered in the wake of the Volkswagen diesel emissions cheating scandal. VW’s diesel fortunes in America ended, but other automakers are forging forward with new diesel models.
Chevrolet, Jaguar, and Land Rover are especially bullish on the technology, installing diesel engines in several new SUVs, cars, and trucks over the past year. The turbodiesels offered today have excellent fuel economy, increased range between fill-ups, and ample performance.