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“PS: With a fuel econo my of 9.9 l/100 km, the powerful 360 Newton-metre 3. 6-litre engine consumes a substantial 2.5 litres less than the previous model.”
“With regard to power, an advanced version of the successful V6 TDI that continues to have 176 kW/240 PS (European version) right at market launch, marks the entry level into the world of the Touareg; the 550 Newton-metre strong turbo-diesel consumes a pioneeringly low 7.4 l/100 km (equivalent to 195 g/km CO2), which is 1.9 litres less than before.”
“This is illustrated by the example of the Golf Cross 1.4 TSI with 118 kW/160 PS: The (from 1500 rpm) 240 Newton-metre strong turbo - and supercharged petrol engine (Twincharger) enables a top speed of 207 km/h, but when shifted by a 6-speed gearbox it has a combined fuel”
“This turbocharged four-cylinder is exceptionally fuel efficient (average fuel consumption: 7.6 litres / 100 km) and torque strong (maximal 250 Newton-metre at just 1,500 rpm).”
“Over 100 kilometres this 280 Newton-metre (starting at 1,800 rpm) strong four-cylinder consumes just”
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