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Old 11-06-2012, 07:39 PM
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Originally Posted by miamiboyca View Post
Lets not forget that the current generation of diesels are in their infancy. The old cloud of dust, need a calendar to clock 0-60 time is behind us. Diesels will only continue to get better, and as Mr D mentioned if the government continues to offer incentives diesels will become more and more common. There great performance and unsurpassed reliability will only continue to get better. I for one, will definitely consider one provided BMW keep them as part of the US offerings.
I think you underestimate the technology advances in Diesel that have occurred over the past 20+ years. The engines on the road today have a ton of new technology implemented rapidly - yes further improvements will come, but it will be incremental. Meanwhile gasoline technology is going just as quickly - direct injection, compression ignition and many other cool things are happening that are delivering big returns.
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