Diesel Engines : Innovation

Mazda’s SKYACTIV-D diesel engines use a significantly lower compression ratio than conventional diesel engines, allowing for far lighter internal components. This reduces friction and inertia, enabling much higher-revving, more exciting power. Multi-hole piezo injectors and variable valve lift (VVL) combine to optimise engine breathing and economy. A two-stage turbocharger boosts power and efficiency, and helps meet strict Euro Stage IV emissions standards without the need for expensive after treatment of exhaust gasses.  

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