The japanese are going to take it easy for the launch of the diesel engines, expecting that after discovering the fraud of Volkswagen with emissions of NOx, local authorities become more stringent, and a hardening of the approval processes. Mazda has been working all these years in tuning their engines Skyactiv-D to comply with the severe regulations imposed on these engines the other side of the Atlantic.
Currently, in Spain, the Mazda 6 is offered with diesel engines of four cylinders and 2.2 litres of displacement in the versions of 150 and 175 horses, both with the possibility of manual change or automatic, and even all-wheel drive. One of the main advantages of these engines is that they do not require the AdBlue additive injection into a catalyst specific to comply with the Euro 6 legislation, while in the united States this would probably be one of the different solutions to be adopted.
Source – Automotive News Europe
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