The urban crossover Nissan has recently renewed its best-selling and successful version the 1.5-liter diesel engine. Now the Nissan Juke 1.5 dCi 110 hp low consumption to 4.2 liters per 100 kilometers and also reduces its emissions to keep the reference engine model.
The Nissan Juke has been a revolutionary vehicle from the time of its launch in 2010. Halfway between an SUV larger as the Qashqai and an urban minivan as the Note Juke has found its space thanks to groundbreaking aesthetic and very good performance which from the outset convinced a public eager for a versatile vehicle with certain capabilities off-road (there is a petrol version with 190 hp four-wheel drive).
But among the different engines sold the 1.5 dCi engine has been from the beginning which has achieved greater success since about 40% of the manufactured units of Nissan Juke have mounted this engine.
A few weeks ago Nissan introduced the new generation of this engine turbo 4-cylinder whose main objective antipollution meet Euro 6 regulations will come into force in September 2014. Undoubtedly the most interesting is that despite the reducing consumption and emissions preserving both the power (110HP) and the performance of the previous model which still treasuring a top speed of 175 km / 11.2 seconds acceleration 0-100 km / h. It allows even slightly improve the vehicle's engine which increases 240 to 260 Nm.
These improvements which make the Juke in one of the most efficient vehicles in its class has been achieved by incorporating new technologies such as Stop & Start system last generation (which stops and starts the motor almost imperceptibly when the vehicle stopped) implemented as standard for the first time in this engine.
It has also been improved in determining aspects of the engine so that this motor 1.5 diesel equips a new piezo injectors seven holes a new oil pump variable flow and thermostat and a new turbo low inertia collector modified admission.
Of course the gearbox has also been a determining factor in reducing fuel consumption and emissions in the vehicle element. Thus the gear ratio has been modified to provide some two first lower gears to provide increased performance at low revs while the third and sixth gears are longer to optimize the performance of the engine. The result is a vehicle in which the elasticity of mechanics is remarkable thanks to improved torque and quick response of the turbo strongly from the bottom of the counter and that has always been one of the "Achilles heel" of the diesel engine .
Nissan has with these improvements his absolute trust in vehicle sales leader in the field of urban crossover also updated its range of finishes marketing called N-Tec which replaces the Tekna Sport range. The new Juke N-Tec includes a high level of equipment as the second generation of Nissan Connect a color touch screen 5.8-inch satellite navigation and Bluetooth connectivity for mobile infotainment system. for the other reviews about the newest cars visit here.
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