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2016 Paris Auto Show: Diminishing Diesels?

At the 2016 Paris Auto Show EVs and Hybrids dominate the landscape. Now, there's more evidence that diesel-powered passenger cars are about to go to the same place as most network sitcoms. I don't know exactly where "Crowded," "Grandfathered" and "Faking It" have gone, but gone they are, and I kind of wish ABC's "Quantico" would go to the exact same place. Wait..., "Quantico" is a comedy, right? Either way, I think many diesel cars are about to be canceled, just like most network sitcoms should.
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