Volkswagen and Audi had a July for the record books as both German automakers, both owned by the same parent company, set new high marks in the United States.
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Ignore the fact that new car smell—like French fries, Listerine, and the Vatican's radio station—can give you cancer.
When Americans rejected diesel-powered cars as smokey, wheezy, and loud in the early 80s, Europeans continued to embrace the technology for its excellent fuel efficiency, refinement, and torque—pulling force of an engine.
We're well in to spring, and as we go through the European Sales numbers released today, we can't help but think it fitting.