According to a Financial Times report, FCA may soon turn its back on diesels in its passenger cars. In the wake of various diesel scandals throughout the past few years, Fiat Chrysler may be the latest manufacturer to turn its back on passenger car diesels in the near future. By "passenger car diesels",
Diesel has gotten a bad rap in recent years. Manufacturers - especially Volkswagen with the "Dieselgate" scandal - have been caught cheating on emissions testing, in a move that's all but chilled the car-buying public's interest in diesel-powered cars here in the United States. Despite the turbulent atmosphere currently surrounding
2018 GMC Terrain represents the complete redesign and the second generation of company's compact crossover. The original Terrain showed up on the market in 2009. Nine years is a very long time in automotive years. Does the all-new Terrain have what it takes to remain popular? The new crossover features sleek
What is the most efficient compact crossover out there? The answer is the 2018 Chevy Equinox with the 1.6L turbo-diesel engine (FWD model), according to Chevrolet. The company reports an EPA-certified 39 MPG rating on the highway. This rating is just shy of the 40 MPG estimate that Chevrolet initially made.
The Electric 4x4 Has Arrived Tesla maybe delivering its first Model 3's today, but last night in New York City something bigger rocked the EV world. Bollinger rolled out its B1, full-size off-road capable electric vehicle, and TFL's Andre Smirnov was there. Click here for his full report. Among the highlights:
TFLcar's Chemistry of Cars, Ep. 1 - What is Diesel Exhaust Fluid? TFLcar's Charlotte Roadcap lays out why diesel engines emit nasty NOx molecules and how diesel exhaust fluid, more commonly known as UREA works. In a nutshell, she points out that diesels run at higher temps and pressures than gasoline engines.
There have been a few next-generation 2018 Jeep Wrangler (JL) prototypes testing in public. You may have seen some images of these camouflaged off-road rigs floating around. What makes this prototype interesting? Jacob S. sent these images to us from Michigan. He reports that he noticed a "bit of dark smoke"