Mitsubishi Motors Corp. introduces a 1.8L turbocharged version of its gasoline direct injection (DI) engine on the Pajero iO sport/utility vehicle (SUV). According to the company, the new powerplant exploits the properties inherent in DI technology to eliminate deterioration in fuel economy that accompanies existing turbocharged engines. At the same time, the unit delivers high response, balanced with low fuel consumption. Mitsubishi claims that existing multi-port engines with ...
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