want to drag race their diesel trucks and they’re specifical- ly looking for speed. They want to take it from 400 horse power to 800 horse power – and it’s not that hard to double the horse power of a diesel engine – but what drives the market in the grander sense is fuel economy. We stick to mostly newer stuff and modern models, 2003 and newer.
2003 was a big year for diesel emissions; 2008 was a really big year. We’re all for a cleaner environment, but a lot of these diesel emission systems are really unreliable. They cause the vehicles to have really bad fuel economy and to run into a lot of problems, which is contradictory, but that’s what makes this such a niche business right now, why we’re so popular. Can you imagine spending 100,000 dollars on a work horse and it’s in the barn every other week? This is a clientele that deserves the best in customer service.” “This is a clientele that deserves the best in customer service.”
MARCH 2018 • SPOTLIGHT ON BUSINESS MAGAZINE
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