Diesel engines used to be noisy and dirty. But better technology, along with the high price of driving a petrol car, means that more and more British motorists are choosing diesel-powered cars.Figures from Britain’s Society of MotorManufacturers and Traders show that, since 1997, the percentage of diesel cars sold has risen from less than 14 to more than 40 per cent. If the trend continues, more diesels will be sold than petrol cars within the next three years.One motivation comes from a new tax of up to £950 (€1,215) on...
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