Mazda Envisions Diesel Engine On Gasoline Two Years From Now

Mazda is one of the best Japanese auto makers around. It has proven its worth for several decades. To even solidify its automotive prowess, Mazda will have a diesel engine on gasoline in a few years. They have already started, and there are no signs of slowing down.

According to ExtremeTech, the diesel engine on gas technology comes to fruition in 2019. It will give high compression ratios sans the spark plugs. Of course, gasoline is the primary fuel component. Mazda took years of research, and it is finally happening.

This technology is possible through HCCI or Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition with a more "electric" feature in a decade or so. Mazda has enough reasons to be proud. The Japanese automaker is successful in this feat, something that the likes of Daimler AG and GM tried but did not succeed.

As per The Guardian, this engine design translates to 30 percent more fuel efficiency. The fuel efficiency rating comes of utmost importance to the drivers of today. Prices keep on soaring high so fuel consumption should be at its most optimum.

Car buyers are more meticulous and intelligent now more than ever. Thanks to such technology, Mazda will play an instrumental part in successfully saving up on gas but not sacrificing vehicle performance.

At present, Mazda CX-5 is highly coveted. The hype since late 2016 is all valid for many reasons. For one, its diesel engine is much-awaited. Even better, it will be available in the United States. The CX-5 should be one of the vehicles to get the diesel engine on gas in the year 2019.

It does not come as a surprise. The CX-5 is one of the most popular SUVs on the market. It should continue good performance in the years to come. Stay tuned for more information on this exciting breakthrough.

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