Japanese automobile manufacturer first...

Hiroshima, Japan ? Mazda?s sporty SUV, the CX-7, will be the first passenger vehicle produced by a Japanese automaker to be equipped with a urea injected selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system to clean up its 2.2L diesel?s emissions. Mazda?s SCR is smaller than previous systems, which is a significant improvement that enables it to be installed in passenger cars. It will be combined with Mazda?s newly developed clean, highly efficient MZR-CD 2.2L turbo diesel engine. Planned for introduction in 2009 in the recently updated CX-7, Mazda?s SCR system will scrub the nitrous oxides (NOx) that are generated in diesel exhaust gases. This will be a welcome addition to the Mazda CX-7?s new diesel engine, which provides better fuel economy and lower CO2 emissions than equivalent gasoline power plants.

Japanese automobile manufacturer first...
xcel, Mar 16, 2009
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