Despite impending surcharges on diesel cars expected to be announced in the near future, diesel was still in greater demand than petrol.…
May 10, 2017 | NACS Online
As U.S. automakers have begun ramping up production of diesel engines, fuel retailers also recognize the growing demand for diesel and have made it much more available to the consumer.
As a result, today’s diesel engines are quieter, more efficient and much cleaner than in the past. Because diesel fuel provides the specifications car manufacturers need to meet Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards—diesel cars can travel up to 700 miles between refueling and can get more than 20% more miles per gallon than gasoline equivalents—automakers continue to look at producing light duty passenger vehicles with diesel engines.