In what it claims is a first for a European automaker, PSA Peugeot Citroen launches its 2L HPi (High Pressure injection), a direct-injection gasoline (DGI) engine. Initial information from Peugeot indicates that the all-new HPi is a 2L DOHC I-4 that produces 138 hp and peak torque of 142 lb.-ft. (193 Nm), with 125 lb.-ft. (170 Nm) available at 2,000 rpm. Compared to the port fuel-injected XU 2L I-4, Peugeot says the new HPi delivers 19% better fuel consumption on the EU mixed-driving ...
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