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Canadian Driver November 23, 2005 Chrysler Canada considering diesel minivans Windsor, Ontario – According to a report by the Green Car Congress, DaimlerChrysler is considering selling a Canada-only diesel minivan while preparing a major product offensive for 2006. The company sells diesel versions of the Voyager minivan in Europe, as well as the Chrysler 300C and other models, but limits its diesel engines to trucks and Jeeps in Canada. The European-specific Voyager comes with either a 2.5-litre or 2.8-litre turbo diesel engine.
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but limits its diesel engines to trucks and Jeeps in Canada.



Is the CDI Liberty being sold in U.S?

Overall this does sound like a good idea but diesel price higher (for now)could deter people from buying diesel, athough fuel mileage makes up for the added cost.
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Diesels sell in Europe because they are paying $1.50 and more per litre. Even in Canada, at .85 a litre, it doesn't make sense - yet. Kudos to Chrysler if they are positioning themselves for another spike in gas prices. I personally hope we don't see a return to $1.30 like we saw in September, but I do think sub-dollar prices are a thing of the past. Chrysler is getting smart if they are aligning their products more with Europe than with Detroit. Canadians are buying vehicles that are more like European vehicles anyway. Just look at how many Smart Cars, Echos, etc. you see on the road.
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