Mercedes-Benz U.S.A. Inc. releases details of the new turbodiesel engine headed for the U.S. market this fall in its ’04 E320 CDI (see related story: Mercedes Releases Details of Upcoming U.S. Diesel). The 3.2L CDI diesel, equipped with four valves per cylinder, employs a common-rail fueling system, and the electronically controlled fuel injectors are said to have operating pressure nearly equal to mechanical systems. Mercedes does not state the number of injections per combustion cycle, ...
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