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Chrysler to Launch Diesel Pickup Trucks

August 14, 2007

DETROIT– Chrysler will introduce diesel-powered versions of its light-duty pickup trucks after 2009, improving fuel efficiency of the vehicles by up to 30 percent said Frank Klegon, Chrysler’s executive vice president of product development on Aug. 9, 2007, according to Reuters.

“We anticipate that diesels will comprise up to 15 percent the next decade,” Klegon said.

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