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    2019 CX-5 Diesel

    California Air Resources Board this month just issued emissions certifications for 2019 2WD and 4WD Cx-5 with the 2.2 diesel engine. No telling when we might actual see them on the road. It is possible Mazda might announce something during next month's Chicago auto show

    https://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/onroad...160_diesel.pdf

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    Likely story. I'm not falling for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murky View Post
    Likely story. I'm not falling for that.
    LOL. I know. Please god, screw world peace, just make sure this thread does not go to 11 pages!
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    nope, I'm not falling for this shit again.

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    Who cares? Any bets on how long before they get caught cheating emissions if they do start selling them?

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    Likely moot but I'm all in vw sympathizer..all in.
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    The Mazda diesel is dead/DOA in the USA. Case closed.

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    Lots of complaint around the worlds on their diesel engine.
    Not sure if the problem was really fixed.
    Search on google to read for yourself.
    I would go with their turbo engine, which has power curve likes diesel's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceric View Post
    Lots of complaint around the worlds on their diesel engine.
    Not sure if the problem was really fixed.
    Search on google to read for yourself.
    I would go with their turbo engine, which has power curve likes diesel's.
    The turbo gas gets crap fuel economy and I only need more grunt at low speeds. I'm not sure I'd prefer the turbo even if the cost were the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murky View Post
    The turbo gas gets crap fuel economy and I only need more grunt at low speeds. I'm not sure I'd prefer the turbo even if the cost were the same.
    In testing it got 30mpg on the highway at 70+mph by C&D...

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    THIS Jalopnik article will give you speculators something to chew on, and will make you diesel fans CRAZY!

    [note the incorrect caption on the photo]

    Here's a sample:
    Moro [Masahiro Moro, the President of Mazda North America] only got so far as to say an update on Mazda’s diesel engines would be coming shortly, before he was carefully cut off by a media relations representative sitting across from me.

    We did talk, however, about the damage done to the image of diesel by companies like Volkswagen and Fiat Chrysler in the Dieselgate scandal. But Moro still believes there’s a place for diesel in the U.S. market, and in Europe, despite increasing pressure from governments overseas to go electric.

    Mazda does currently offer a 2.2-liter turbo diesel four-cylinder in the CX-5 crossover. But Moro specifically talked about the performance benefits of diesel when it came to torque, towing, and range. It’s unclear if plans include the existing SkyActiv-D 1.8-liter engine that Europe is getting, or if there’s something else coming. We’ll see what’s up “soon,” I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unixxus View Post
    California Air Resources Board this month just issued emissions certifications for 2019 2WD and 4WD Cx-5 with the 2.2 diesel engine. No telling when we might actual see them on the road. It is possible Mazda might announce something during next month's Chicago auto show

    https://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/onroad...160_diesel.pdf
    Oh you started this discussion up again....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadonoz View Post
    THIS Jalopnik article will give you speculators something to chew on, and will make you diesel fans CRAZY!

    [note the incorrect caption on the photo]

    Here's a sample:
    Moro [Masahiro Moro, the President of Mazda North America] only got so far as to say an update on Mazda*s diesel engines would be coming shortly, before he was carefully cut off by a media relations representative sitting across from me.

    We did talk, however, about the damage done to the image of diesel by companies like Volkswagen and Fiat Chrysler in the Dieselgate scandal. But Moro still believes there*s a place for diesel in the U.S. market, and in Europe, despite increasing pressure from governments overseas to go electric.

    Mazda does currently offer a 2.2-liter turbo diesel four-cylinder in the CX-5 crossover. But Moro specifically talked about the performance benefits of diesel when it came to torque, towing, and range. It*s unclear if plans include the existing SkyActiv-D 1.8-liter engine that Europe is getting, or if there*s something else coming. We*ll see what*s up *soon,* I guess.
    Why don't we talk about the damage done to Mazda's image by their diesel...

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