PARIS – Renault SA will replace two older diesels in its lineup with a new 2.3L engine designed to meet future emissions rules and improve fuel economy 10% in the Master large utility van. Codenamed M9T, the powerplant is based on Renault’s 2.0L diesel used in passenger cars. Offering a larger bore and stroke, the mill will be available in three power levels: 100 hp, 125 hp and 150 hp. It will be fitted in both front- and rear-wheel-drive Master vans. Two 4-cyl. 2.5L and 3.0L diesels ...

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