Mercedes-Benz Biodiesel Compatible Vehicles Chicago IL
The Mercedes-Benz Biodiesel compatible vehicles near Chicago, IL line of BlueTEC engines can now properly utilize B5 biofuel.
Biodiesel-consuming engines are available on some of their most popular vehicles including the GLK, M, GL, and E-Class. Providing emission passing ratings and some of the highest fuel economy marks for their respected classes, the Mercedes-Benz BlueTEC engines are great options for drivers searching for an alternative to gas powered vehicles. Models such as the 2014 Mercedes-Benz GLK250 SUV is one of the vehicles highlighted for the winter months at Loeber Motors near Chicago, IL due to its available four-wheel drive option, as well as its class leading fuel efficiency rating of up to 33 MPG highway.
About Biodiesel Fuel
Biodiesel fuel is produced from various sources such as vegetable oil and used cooking oil. Processed with methanol to be used as bio substitute for diesel fuel, biodiesel is a domestic product that saves on the use of valuable fossil fuels. Not only do biodiesel vehicles help preserve fossil fuels, it’s a pivotal initiative to helping the US economy gain energy independence.
Mercedes-Benz Advanced Diesel Vehicles Chicago IL
Mercedes-Benz has been producing diesel powered passenger vehicles since 1936 with the introduction of the Mercedes-Benz 260D.
A car certainly ahead of its time, the Mercedes-Benz 260D was the first to use this new fuel technology where it achieved a 30% better fuel efficiency than before. Starting with the 260D, to where it is now with its BlueTEC engine, Mercedes-Benz Biodiesel compatible vehicles near Chicago, IL offer one of the most advanced and cleanest burning diesel engines in the world. In fact, the 2014 Mercedes-Benz biodiesel vehicles engines are so advanced they can use both ultralow-sulfur fuel and B5 biodiesel. The secret behind this engineering feat can be seen in the BlueTEC’s highly advanced design where it uses more precise components, a variable-vane turbo design, and a liquid solution called AdBlue. AdBlue, when injected into the exhaust, turns harmful nitrogen oxide emissions into clean nitrogen and oxygen.