Diesel engines are not just for heavy-duty trucks anymore. In North America, diesel options are expected soon for the Chevrolet Cruze, BMW 7 Series, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Mazda6, Ram 1500 and several Audi models. Diesel versions of the Porsche...
Diesel engines are not just for heavy-duty trucks anymore. In North America, diesel options are expected soon for the Chevrolet Cruze, BMW 7 Series, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Mazda6, Ram 1500 and several Audi models. Diesel versions of the Porsche Cayenne and Volkswagen Beetle debuted for the 2013 model year. And of course, there are already millions of diesel Chevrolet and GMC Duramax, Ford Power Stroke and Ram Cummins pickup trucks on the road.
As the number of consumer-focused diesel vehicles on the road grows, so will opportunities for you to use new products to keep these vehicles running at peak efficiency. Educate this growing customer base about new Rislone Diesel Fuel System Treatment, a complete fuel system tune-up designed specifically for light- to medium-duty diesel vehicles.
When used every 8,000 kilometers, Rislone Diesel Fuel System Treatment increases vehicle power, performance and mileage. Its 500-milliliter dual-cavity package includes the equivalent of a full bottle of six crucial additives that work together to clean, lubricate and protect diesel engines:
• ULSD Sulfur Substitute Lubricity Additive
• Injector and Complete Fuel System Cleaner
• UCL Pump & Injector Lubricant
• Anti-Gel Cold Flow Improver
• Fuel Stabilizer & Conditioner
• Cetane Booster & Diesel Treatment
“Most of the diesel additives available today are designed for large, heavy-duty trucks and don’t serve this growing segment of the market,” said Clay Parks, vice-president of development for Rislone. “Rislone Diesel Fuel System Treatment is formulated and packaged to meet the specific needs of diesel-powered cars and light- to medium-duty trucks.”
Rislone Diesel Fuel System Treatment (P/N 34740) features a patent-pending disposable spout that makes it easy to install the product without spilling. The spout has been designed to fit only diesel fuel systems, to prevent the product from being accidentally installed in a gasoline system. It is also compatible with aftermarket and factory anti-misfueling devices, which prevent the installation of gasoline in diesel-powered vehicles.
Like all Rislone products, Diesel Fuel System Treatment is made in North America. It is available to distribution in case packs of four bottles. The label includes directions in both English and French and is compliant with Canadian labeling requirements.
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