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What does DICOR stand for?

DICOR stands for Direct Injection Common Rail (automotive engineering)

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2L Direct Injection Common Rail (DICOR) turbocharged and intercooled diesel four-cylinder delivers both the power and refinement expected of new-generation diesel powerplants, developing 103kW at 4000 rpm and a muscular 320 Nm of pure pulling-power spread liberally between 1700--2700 rpm engine speeds.
9 CRDi LX Price: pounds 16,250 Mechanical: 143bhp, 2,902cc direct injection common rail turbo-charged diesel engine driving front wheels via five-seed manual transmission Max speed: 104mph 0-62mph: 15.
Although UK versions of the 156 and 156 Sportwagon already offer the option of direct injection common rail turbodiesel technology, via the acclaimed 150bhp five cylinder 2.
Stilo will become available in three trim levels - Active, Dynamic and Abarth - with a choice of four petrol engines and a powerful 115bhp direct injection common rail (JTD) diesel.
The One D is the first car in the history of the brand to use a diesel engine, and by using the latest all aluminium lightweight unit with direct injection common rail technology, it is able to keep weight to a minimum and power to the maximum.