1.7L ECOTEC turbodiesel Adam Opel AG will be the first major auto manufacturer to bring a diesel-powered passenger car to the European market that complies with Euro-4 emissions standards, the auto maker says. The Euro-4 emissions standards, which are about 50% lower than the current Euro standards, take effect in 2005. The engine, a 4-cyl, 1.7L ECOTEC turbodiesel, will debut in the Astra model range in February 2003. It features two overhead camshafts and common rail ...
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