Supplier says common-rail fuel injection key advance in diesel technology.
Modern diesel cars are 27% more economical and 21% less polluting than they were 10 years ago, thanks to technological innovations by automotive suppliers. Bosch U.K. says over that decade, the increasing number of diesel cars fitted with advanced components, such as common-rail diesel and stop/start, significantly have reduced both emissions and operating costs. It says the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders’ annual New Car CO2 Report shows if diesel cars were only as ...
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