Volvo will present the 3-cylinder engine with the XC40

Swedish automobile manufacturer Volvo's first 3-cylinder petrol engine will be used in the XC40, the premium SUV model that has emerged on the market. This engine, which will be presented in Europe, will come out with a T3 code and a volume of 1.5 liters.



The latest addition to Volvo's drive-E range of economical engines is the 1.5-liter 3-cylinder engine with 156 horsepower and 265 Nm of torque. Combined with a 6-speed manual gearbox as specified, this engine can reach the XC40 from 0 to 100 km / h in as good a time as 9.4 seconds. It will also be followed by a 6-speed manual option along with an 8-speed automatic gearbox for this engine. It is stated that the pulling force of the motor is 1.6 tons. A torque value of 265 Nm is offered starting at 1,850 rpm and up to 3,850 rpm. The average fuel consumption value for this engine is 6.2 liters / 100 km.

Jon Wakefield, one of Volvo's UK officials, commented on the new engine: "The XC40 is a great fit for the new T3 engine. This engine is also a sign that Volvo supports innovative technologies, performance and economy without compromising. XC40 has also come to be still able to cater to a wide audience with a variety of engine choices. " Doing descriptions.

In our country, the 1.5-liter T3 engine was also recognized by other compact Volvo models like the V40. With tax advantage, low fuel consumption and ideal performance, we can think of it as a practical city car like the XC40, which will be very popular in our country. The XC40 is sold in three different packages, Momentum, Inscription and R-Design, at prices ranging from 218,000 TL to around 381,000 TL. The 1.5-liter T3 engine option has already taken its place in the price list. But at the moment we see that this new T3 engine option is not offered as a sporting option called R-Design.

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