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Unformatted text preview: http://www.usatoday.com/money/autos/2010-04-27-dieselcars27_ST_N.htm Page 1 of2 German diesel power gains favor with U.S. car buyers Updated 3h 44m ago By Chris Woodyard, USA TODAY By David Zalubowski, AP Buyers survey a 2010 Audi A3 TDI wagon on display at the Denver auto show in Denver. Hybrids still get more buzz, but diesels are gaining favor with car buyers. German automakers Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Volkswagen and Audi say they are encouraged by sales of the new breed of clean-diesel cars, crossovers and SUVs they are making for the U.S. Japan is poised to enter the market: Mazda announced recently that it will start selling its advanced diesel car in the U.S. in 2012. PHOTO GALLERY: See the German automakers' diesels Diesel engines offer up to 30% better mileage than comparable gas engines. But they were dismissed as smoky and noisy until the new generation of diesels went on sale in 2008. Sales also got a boost from a 2005 law that provides up to $1,800 in federal tax credits for diesel buyers.credits for diesel buyers....
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