IMPCO To Offer CNG Conversion For 2014 Chevy Cruze

IMPCO has developed a CNG conversion kit the 2014 Chevy Cruze with the 1.4 liter turbo engine, making it the cheapest CNG sedan you can buy.

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Diesel Vehicle Options In U.S. Will Double In 2014

In response to gas prices that just won’t go down, automakers have responded with hybrids, electric, and compressed natural gas vehicles. But the gasoline alternative that stands to make the most gains in the next five years are diesels. Next year the number of diesel-powered vehicles set to go on sale will double, with Chrysler and Audi leading the way.

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2014 Chevy Cruze Diesel Rated At 46 MPG Highway

It has been almost 30 years since General Motors embraced a diesel-powered sedan in America, and there is a lot riding on the success or failure of the 2014 Chevy Cruze Diesel. With a 46 mpg highway rating though, the new diesel Chevy offers good fuel economy and lots of torque…but is that enough to justify the $25,695 MSRP?

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2014 Chevy Cruze Diesel Retails At $25,695, Rated At 42 MPG

We’ve been looking forward to the reveal of the Chevy Cruze Diesel for some time now, and finally the day has arrived. Annnd…we’re kind of disappointed with both the price and the EPA rating, at least at first glance. But if you take a step back, the Cruze Diesel still has a lot to offer if you’re the kind of person who buys a car, and keeps it.

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Chevy Cruze Diesel To Debut In Chicago

American automakers have shied away from diesel passenger cars for the past few decades due to bad experiences in the early 1980s. But 2013 could be a watershed year for diesel cars in America, and General Motors is set to lead the way with the Chevy Cruze Diesel, set to debut next month at the Chicago Auto Show.

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Ford Ending Ranger Production While GM is Bringing a New Colorado to America

Two American companies. Two class-leading mid-size pickups. Two completely different paths. Ford has announced that as of December 19th, 2011, Ford Ranger production will cease and the historic Twin Cities Assembly Plant will shut down. Meanwhile, GM announced that it will bring the new global Colorado pickup to America.

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