Volkswagen has been consistent in espousing the benefits of its clean diesel technology, selling the engine throughout most of its U.S.
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Volkswagen's design boss Walter de'Silva spilled the beans about a new small crossover to sit below the already compact Tiguan as the German auto maker expands its crossover offerings.
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.
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