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Diesel Pickups, SUVs Gaining Share

Diesel engine sales are up to 3.4% year to date in the Class 2 and 3 commercial diesel segments compared to 2.2% in 2019. New diesel options are coming for Jeep Gladiator, Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe, and GMC Yukon and Yukon XL, and Cadillac Escalade.

New-Gen Diesel-Powered Trucks Vital To Clean Air Goals

Rapidly accelerating the turnover of the existing fleet to the newest generation of diesel technology, as well as expanding the use of low-carbon advanced biofuels, can deliver benefits today, and should not be overlooked, said the Diesel Technology Forum.

More Fuel-Efficient Diesels Coming in 2020

Fleets will have more fuel-efficient options in the most popular vehicle segments as 2020 brings the first full year of opportunity to invest in diesel engines in full-size, 1/2-ton pickup trucks along with new options in the SUV segment.

Diesel's Impact on Thanksgiving

Diesel technology helps us realize our agricultural bounty while the latest generation of diesel technology helps us deliver this bounty with minimal impact to our environment.

25K Clean-Burning Diesel Trucks Financed

A landmark program between the California Pollution Control Financing Authority (CPCFA) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) has now financed more than 25,000 cleaner burning diesel trucks over the past 10 years.

43% of Commercial Trucks Now Using Cleaner Diesel Tech

Of the 11 million diesel-powered commercial (Class 3-8) vehicles on the road, new research from the Diesel Technology Forum shows that 43% are now using cleaner burning technology, including selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and particulate control.

Full-Size Diesel Pickup Sales Up 23%

According to the latest data from the Diesel Technology Forum (DTF), sales of full-size diesel pickup trucks in the United States are up 23% over the first quarter of 2019 – more than double the sales of all cars and trucks for the quarter (11%).