Pumping gasoline into a diesel Volkswagen voids the warranty and can lead to costly repairs, which is why the brand is kicking off a massive modification campaign.
Pricing on the 2014 BMW 5 Series Sedan and Gran Turismo has been announced, with the 528i Sedan starting from $50,425 including a $925 destination and handling fee.
Originally revealed in February, RAM has announced that production on the RAM 1500 Diesel will begin September 2013.
The BMW Group, which consists of BMW, MINI, and Rolls-Royce, has posted its best April global sales yet with a total of 155,419 vehicles sold last month.
There’s a lot to love about the 2014 Range Rover Sport and the British automaker is banking on its popularity by expanding the lineup by offering even more powertrain options.
The Chevrolet Cruze Diesel is rated at 46 mpg on the highway, giving it the potential to get at least 700 miles to a tank.
Marrying two of the world’s high-efficiency automotive systems, Land Rover will debut its diesel hybrid Range Rovers later this year at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Put your ear to the ground. You’re probably going to hear the gravelly sound of a diesel engine coming… at least figuratively.
Last year at the New York Auto Show, Mercedes-Benz debuted its GLK250 BlueTEC and the German automaker has revealed that it’ll be priced from $38,950 excluding a $905 destination charge.
Diesel engines continue to flood the US market with one of the next models set to gain the gas-alternative powertrain being the 2015 Mercedes C-Class.
For decades, diesel-powered vehicles have been popular in Europe, but never garnered the same attention in America.
Set to launch this year, the diesel powered Chevrolet Cruze will offer better highway mileage than any non-hybrid passenger car in America, with a rating of 46 mpg.
Audi engineers are hard at work on the 2014 A4, planning to make the sedan lighter and more stylish to further differentiate it from the upcoming A3 sedan.
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BMW is bringing a diesel-powered 3 Series to the U.S., and it made its debut today at the 2013 New York Auto Show.
Dodge is bringing the 2014 Durango to the 2013 New York Auto Show next week, where it will apparently debut with the same 3.0-liter diesel engine that was recently introduced to the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
BMW will be showing off its 328d diesel wagon and sedan models at the upcoming 2013 New York Auto Show, both of which are expected to launch in America as 2014 models.
When the next-generation Audi A4 sedan is introduced, the German automaker will for the first time offer a diesel variant for American consumers.
Volkswagen has confirmed that the 2015 Golf will make its US debut at the upcoming 2013 New York Auto Show in three flavors: en entry-level TSI model, a TDI Clean Diesel model and the sporty GTI.
With just 250 being made and a rumored six-figure price, Volkswagen’s new 261 MPG plug-in hybrid may sound like a science project, but the German automaker insists it’s a halo model that will usher in an era of plug-in hybrids.
Could this be Volkswagen’s Prius? A fuel efficient halo car, the XL1 is expected to deliver a whopping 261-mpg thanks to its tiny engine, low weight and slip-stream design.
Making its world premiere earlier this year at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Infiniti brought its new Q50 luxury sports sedan to the Geneva Motor Show this week sporting an all-new diesel engine.
Diesel. Hot-hatch. Not much more needs to be said about the upcoming Volkswagen GTD, which will eventually make its way to American shores, giving enthusiasts a crazy amount of torque to go with practical hatchback dimensions.
With a claimed 261-mpg rating, the Volkswagen XL1 is the most fuel efficient car in the world while sporting a design like no other car on the road today.