LAS VEGAS — Mitsubishi Motors Corp. plans to introduce its gasoline direct-injection (GDI) engine to the U.S. market for the 2002-model year. The lean-burning GDI engine already is widely used in Asian and European markets. The Japanese automaker has been working to adapt this technology to the North American market. And with the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed Tier-2 emissions standards aiming to reduce nationwide gasoline sulfur content incrementally, bringing it in line ...
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