According to Green Car Reports, Mazda is busily preparing to launch its first diesel engine for its Mazda CX-5 crossover. Reports project that Mazda will make the debut of its diesel engine in the Fall of 2017 for the CX-5. CardinaleWay #MazdaCorona looks forward to welcoming this latest technology and expects that demand will be strong for the 2017 Mazda CX-5.
Difference Between Gasoline And Diesel Engines
Green Car Reports is quick to point out that the major difference between gasoline and diesel engines in vehicles is in how they are ignited. Primarily, gas-infused engines are started with spark plugs, while diesel engines make use of compression. No longer are diesel engines associated with being dirty or noisy.
The Mazda technology utilizes a homogeneous-charge compression engine that will play a huge part in the fuel economy of the its 2017 CX-9s. They are projecting that their diesel engine may experience a 30 percent increase in fuel efficiency compared to the more conventional gasoline engine.
Diesel Engine May Debut First In The Mazda3
Before Mazda launches the new diesel engine in the 2017 Mazda CX-5, it may try it out first in the compact Mazda3. Depending on how well it is received in the marketplace, it’s expected that other models may be adapted to feature a diesel engine as well.
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