INDIA: Common rail direct injection (CRDi) technology gains popularity as new emission laws loom
Common rail direct injection (CRDi) technology is gaining popularity in India as manufacturers rework their engine offerings to meet the Euro III emission rules that take effect from April 1, 2005.
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