The DS4 completely renews its range of engines

DS4 El DS4 renueva por completo su gama de motores A few months ago Citroën already unveiled some mechanical changes that suffer the then still Citroën DS4 . Now as an independent brand, the DS4 completely renews its range of engines and improves some equipment details. BlueHDi 1.6 120PS and 1.2 Turbo 130 horses PureTech already offered since November, but now the most powerful engines are added.

On one side is the 1.6 THP which previously took 156 horses. Now meet the Euro 6 or delivery 165 horses power, and incorporates Stop & amp; Start and the revised automatic transmission with six gears. For the portion of diesel arrive 2.0 BlueHDi with outputs of 150 and 180 horses , the first being associated with manual transmission and the second to automatic quoted in the THP.

citroen ds4 1 El DS4 renueva por completo su gama de motores If you dig a little deeper, better understand enhancements. The 1.6 THP gets a 5.5-liter homologated consumption and CO2 emissions below 130 grams. Assumes reduction of up to 29% with respect to its predecessor, where the Stop & amp; Start playing an important role. It is not yet known whether THP 200 hp engine remains in the range and if you get similar improvements.

In the case of horses BlueHDi 150 and 370 Nm of torque, there is a CV gain of 15 and 50 Nm with respect to the previous engine of 135 hp. The low average consumption to 3.9 liters and emissions are just 100 grams of CO2 per kilometer, down 20%. In the case of diesel 180 hp and 400 Nm of torque, there are 17 additional horses, with an average consumption of 4.3 liters content and CO2 emissions of 113 grams who quit exempt from registration tax in our country.

But not just new for Citroën DS4 here. As for the compact equipment receives handsfree access and start and a new touch screen 7 “[1,999,006] as the already released by Citroen C4 restyling.

Source – Citroën

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Article The DS4 renews its entire engine range has been originally published in Current Motor.

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