You ask a lot of your truck, and you expect it to answer. Whether you are a weekday warrior, on the work-site, towing your equipment, or a weekend warrior bringing your toys or family for a weekend of fun, you rely on your truck and need the best in power, protection and performance.
The term “diesel” still conjures a host of negative connotations to some: loud, smelly, smoky, dirty... Such unflattering descriptions may have been apt years ago, but those in the know realize today’s diesels no longer fit the stereotype. And judging by the numbers, increasingly more drivers are discovering the truth about diesels.
“Clean diesel” is a term automakers use to distinguish today’s cleaner, quieter diesels from their loud and smoky predecessors. Technically, a clean-diesel engine is no different from any other diesel engine. The differences lie in the fuel they use and their sophisticated exhaust-treatment devices.