To complement its newest Xsara and Xantia models, PSA's Citroen has developed a new common-rail direct-injection turbodiesel (TDI) engine to replace its aging 1.9L turbodiesel. The 2L unit puts out a peak 90 hp at 4,000 rpm and 155 lb.-ft. (210 Nm) at 1,900 rpm, with 90% of its torque available from 1,500 rpm to 4,200 rpm. Not only is the 2L more powerful than its predecessor, it also delivers up to 40% better fuel economy, says Citroen, such as the 54.3 mpg (4.3L/100 km) capable with ...
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