Mazda Motor Corp.'s all-new 2L MRZ-CD 4-cyl. turbodiesel that powers the company's MPV and Mazda6 vehicles sold in Europe is another important illustration of what is being achieved with advanced engine technology. The MRZ-CD's common-rail fueling system injects fuel up to five times per combustion cycle – depending on speed and load – permitting it to qualify for Europe's tight Stage IV emissions regulations without the need for a particulate trap. Mazda says extremely low noise and ...
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