CRS is an abbreviation that stands for Common Rail direct fuel injection system and refers to the diesel engines themselves that are installed on cars and buses produced by the Indian company, Ashok. Nowadays, most vehicles of this car manufacturer are equipped with these engines.
Features of CRS engines
These are powerful turbocharged engines. Usually, they have 4 or 6 cylinders. They are designed to operate under heavy loads. Often they are equipped with modern systems such as iEGR and i-Gen6, which help to optimise the fuel consumption and reduce the amount of harmful emissions.
|Name||Engine capacity, l||Max. output, hp||Max. torque, N⋅m||Production start||Ashok Leyland models equipped with this type of engine|
|ZD30||3.0||103–174||209–540||2014||MiTR; LCV Truck-Partner|
|Neptune||up to 8||76‒400||below 1,600||2013||Sankagiri Express 3120; 3120 MAV; 4940|