Posted on 16/03/2011 in Engines by admin
The new Nissan Juke will be available with an option of 3 types of engines, 3 different transmissions, 2 manual gearboxes and a CVT automatic. In Europe, the Juke is completely Euro 5 complient.
The 3 Engines:
1.6 petrol, 190PS
This engine is the most powerful of the 3 dubbed the MR16DDT, it has a new 1.6 litre four cylinder petrol unit with 16 valves and direct injection.
To reduce friction, the Nissan Juke Engine utilises a diamond-like carbon coating for the valves lifters and a mirror finish for the camshafts.
1.6 petrol, 117PS
The next engine is another 1.6 litre, 16-valve unit, however is a revised version of the HR16DE used in Nissan and Renault cars.
One of the significant changes on the engine is a worlds first, two injectors for the dual injector system, that’s two injectors for each cylinder.
1.5 Litre turbodiesel, 110PS
The third engine is a familiar one from other Renault and Nissan cars which include the Micra and Qashqai. It is the Renault Nissan alliance 1.5 litre dCi turbocharged common rail diesel.
With this it develops 110PS at 4000rpm and 240Nm of torque at 1750rpm. It also has a diesel particulate filter (DPF) with a 5th injector which adds extra fuel so to prevent clogging of the filter.