A few months before it goes into the engine bay of a variety of all-new or renewed models from Fiat Auto SpA – and subsequently General Motors Corp.’s Adam Opel AG – the Italian auto maker unveils its all-new, high-performance small-displacement turbodiesel engine. Called the 1.3L Multijet 16-Valve, the new engine meets and surpasses the Euro Stage IV emissions standards with no need for a particulate filter. Its aim is to repeat the success of its predecessor, the small, 4-cyl. FIRE ...
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