PARIS — Toyota Motor Corp. is introducing its own version of a 2L-diesel engine with common-rail injection in high-end models of the Avensis sedan, built in Burnaston, U.K. The automaker is not giving a volume projection for the Avensis SR D4-D, but in general, 27% of Europe's new cars now are powered by diesels. Toyota, which built 155,000 Avensis models in 1998, is preparing a family of modern diesel engines, including a 1.4L for small cars, a 2.4L for light commercial vehicles and a ...
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