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Acura Will Introduce Clean Diesel i-DTEC Engine in 2009
Turbocharged i-DTEC Engine Displayed at the North American International Auto Show
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01/13/2008 - DETROIT - Acura will introduce the new i-DTEC clean diesel engine to the North American market in 2009. The i-DTEC engine reduces noxious exhaust emissions while boosting power and fuel efficiency. A combination of optimized combustion chamber design and reduced injection time results in a clean, quiet engine that delivers excellent performance for an enjoyable driving experience. In addition, the i-DTEC engine meets the ultra-stringent U.S. EPA Tier II Bin 5 emission standards without the on-board storage of urea.

The i-DTEC clean diesel engine is on display exclusively in the Acura booth at the North American International Auto Show and will be utilized in an Acura vehicle to be named at a later date.

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In addition, the i-DTEC engine meets the ultra-stringent U.S. EPA Tier II Bin 5 emission standards without the on-board storage of urea.

Well done, Honda! :thumbsup:

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gotta give honda some props here. maybe this means a 50 mpg accord?

More like 30 mpg city, 40 mpg highway Accord, at best. But still amazing.

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