Looking for Vehicles that Run on Biodiesel?

July 7th, 2018 |  Biodiesel and Blog
Person Fueling Their Car With Biodiesel

Almost all vehicles that run on diesel are capable of running on biodiesel without having to perform engine modifications. If you’re looking to use cleaner fuel in your next ride, check out some of these biodiesel compatible vehicles that are currently available in the U.S.

Chevrolet Colorado

Touted as the most capable midsize Chevy truck to date, the 2017 Chevrolet Colorado is available with a 2.8L turbo-diesel engine. Best of all, it’s B20 biodiesel approved, so you can lower your environmental impact on and off the jobsite.

Ford Transit Cargo Van

When equipped with the 3.2L Powerstroke turbo-diesel engine, the 2018 Ford Transit Cargo Van is also approved for B20 biodiesel. It’s designed to balance power and efficiency to help you get the job done while reducing air pollution.

GMC Terrain

Approved for B20 biodiesel, the available 1.6L turbo-diesel engine of the all-new 2018 GMC Terrain gives you more options when it comes to efficiency and the environment. Not to mention, this compact SUV offers plenty of room for driving around passengers and cargo.

Jaguar XE 20D

Who said luxury can’t also be environmentally friendly? The 2018 Jaguar XE 20D luxury sedan can be equipped with the 2.0L turbo-diesel engine, letting you drive approximately 592 miles on a single tank of B20 biofuel.

Range Rover Velar S D180

Also approved for B20 biodiesel, the 2018 Range Rover Velar S D180 comes equipped with a 180-horsepower 2.0L turbo-diesel engine that delivers 317 lb.-ft. of torque. This small luxury SUV is also off-road-capable.

A Note about B5

According to the U.S. Department of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center, all original equipment manufacturers (OEMS) approve the use of B5 – a biodiesel blend that consists of 5% biodiesel and 95% diesel.  Click here for a comprehensive overview of OEM support for biodiesel.

Shopping for Biodiesel Cars?

Before you make your next car-buying decision, make sure your chosen vehicle is approved for use with sustainable biofuel. Once you’re finally able to drive home your new ride, make sure to fuel up at stations selling SeQuential biodiesel near you.