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Remember the 3.0L V6 Diesel talk ... think Zeta

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That would be awesome, especially for those that are baby boomers looking for a "luxury" who are still hippie at heart.

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Diesel Camaro! :metal:

Why not? Give me a 6-speed manual and I'd seriously consider one.

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The H3 gets a different 3.0 L diesel designed for truck applications.

give it to the colorodo too... i would love to see a 200+ hp compact truck that could see at least 30mpg on deisel...

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The H3 gets a different 3.0 L diesel designed for truck applications.

Is the 3.0 truck diesel the Izusu one they use overseas in the DMax now?

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Maybe it will be used so Zetas can be competitive in Europe?

It would be more useful in the CTS, SRX and STS.

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That would be great because of the gas mileage, plus maybe it will attract a certain crowd because if my knowledge serves me right there are no other companies producing diesel cars in the US. As for diesel in Camaro, no friggin way, it won't reach high enough RPMs for any performance enthusiast.

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The US needs the diesels. If GM doesn't offer more diesels I will have to jump brands...

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The US needs the diesels.  If GM doesn't offer more diesels I will have to jump brands...

For once I agree with you.

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A diesel option is definitely needed here in the US, across a lot of model lines. GM has had ample time to live down the 70's.

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