Mercedes-Benz's U.S. diesel offensive gains momentum:
Later this year, Mercedes-Benz will become the first carmaker to offer diesel-engine cars fitted with urea injection technology in North America. These will come in the form of the new ML320 CDI, R320 CDI and GL320 CDI Bluetec.
Can someone explain why Diesel sells the same at every gas station while regular fuel is always different depending on the gas station? I've come up with my own conclusions but I doubt they're right. For example here, every station has Diesel as $3.99 a gallon.