Browsing the "SkyActiv-D" Tag

Mazda6 Diesel Delayed To Add Aftertreatment

September 15th, 2014 | by Christopher DeMorro

The Mazda6 diesel has been delayed again, and will probably require a diesel aftertreatment in order to provide enough power and meet emissions regulatons


Next-Gen Mazda SkyActiv 2 Engines Improve Efficiency 30%

January 9th, 2014 | by Christopher DeMorro

It was a bold move by Mazda to ignore hybrid vehicles in favor of improvements to traditional combustion engines, but the gambit has paid off. Mazda has the most-efficient line of new cars in America, and when the next-generation of SkyActiv engines debuts around 2020, executives claim efficiency could climb another 30%


NAIAS 2013: The Mazda SkyActiv-D Diesel-Powered Race Car

January 17th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Later on this year, Mazda will try and stake a claim in the ever-growing market for diesel cars in the U.S. To help promote their all-new, 2014 Mazda6 with the available SkyActiv-D diesel engine, Mazda will be campaigning three of these clean diesel race cars. One of these sweet diesel racers was on display at the Mazda booth


Video: This Is The Mazda Diesel Race Car

December 3rd, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

Modern turbodiesel engines are all the rave in Europe and the rest of the world, but these engines are only just starting to catch on in America. The new Mazda SkyActiv-D diesel engine is coming to U.S. shores next year, and to drum up excitement, Mazda is taking their little diesel to the race track


Mazda6 Diesel Could Offer 60 MPG, If They Sell It In US

September 28th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

When I first laid eyes on the Mazda6 wagon diesel, me (and most of the auto blogging world) were smitten with the looks, the options, and the infinite possibilities. Now that the Mazda6 diesel has made its official Paris Auto Show debut, we are getting some new details, including fuel economy figures that could be as high as 60 mpg on the U.S. standard.


Mazda Entering SkyActiv Diesel Engine In Grand-Am GX Series

June 5th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

Even though I have never owned a Mazda, I have always appreciated the plucky Japanese brand for its efforts to build driver-centric cars. The Miata is perhaps the best example of Mazda’s track heritage, and the new SkyActiv technology promises to blend performance with fuel economy, maintaining Mazda’s fun-to-drive dynamics.. Mazda has announced that it is entering its SkyActiv-D diesel engine into the newly announced Grand-Am GX class for the 2013 racing season



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