U.s. Pushes States On Disabling Drunk Drivers' Cars

Why diesel cars score in India

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In any segment, fuel economy is the most critical factor in decision making for a new car buyer, said Kumar Kandaswami, senior director, Deloitte India. For similar sized cars diesel will always be more fuel efficient than petrol. The bar is expected to be raised another notch when Tata and Maruti launch diesel versions of their entry level cars, the Nano and Alto respectively, in the coming years. The diesel Nano,which has been under development for quite a while, is expected to return a fuel economy in excess of 30 kpl. Marutis parent company Suzuki is also working on a small 800cc diesel engine that may be used in the Alto and Wagon R. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.hindustantimes.com/business-news/why-diesel-cars-score-in-india/article1-1164105.aspx

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