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1.3L MPI LC
Technical Data:
Cylinder:4
Displacement(L):1.297
Bore×Stroke(mm):73x77.5
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):64/6000
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :118/3800
Compression Ratio:10
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):607x634x605
Net Weight(Kg):120
Code: 473F
SOP: 2006/03
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 16 Valves, Aluminum Alloy cylinder block and head, MPI


1.3L CBR VVT
Technical Data:
Cylinder:4
Displacement(L):1.297
Bore×Stroke(mm):73x77.5
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):65/6000
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :118/3800
Compression Ratio:10
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):607x634x605
Net Weight(Kg):120
Code: 473H
SOP: 2006/03
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 16 Valves, Aluminum Alloy cylinder block and head, MPI, VVT, CBR




1.6L CBR VVT
Technical Data:
Cylinder:4
Displacement(L):1.5974
Bore×Stroke(mm):81x77.5
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):87/6000
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :147/4300
Compression Ratio:10
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):641x634x638
Net Weight(Kg):147
Code: 481H
SOP: Yes
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 16 Valves, Aluminum Alloy cylinder block and head, MPI, VVT, CBR.


1.6L LC
Technical Data:
Cylinder:4
Displacement(L):1.5974
Bore×Stroke(mm):81x77.5
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):80/5800
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :144/4200
Compression Ratio:10
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):641x634x638
Net Weight(Kg):147
Code: 481F
SOP: Yes
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 16 Valves, Aluminum Alloy cylinder block and head, MPI.


1.8L
Technical Data:
Cylinder:4
Displacement(L):1.855
Bore×Stroke(mm):85.5X98.5
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):110/5750
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :110/5750
Compression Ratio:10
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):641x634x638
Net Weight(Kg):147
Code: 481FC
SOP: 2006/12
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 16 Valves, MPI, Cast iron cylinder block.
 

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2.0L CBR VVT
Technical Data:
Cylinder:4
Displacement(L):1.971
Bore×Stroke(mm):83.5x90
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):104/5800
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :186/4000
Compression Ratio:10
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):641x651x644
Net Weight(Kg):150
Code: 484H
SOP: Yes
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 16 Valves, Aluminum Alloy cylinder block and head, MPI.



2.4 L CBR VVT
Technical Data:
Cylinder:6
Displacement(L):2.394
Bore×Stroke(mm):81x77.5
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):130/6000
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :278/3800
Compression Ratio:10.5
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):670*837*685
Net Weight(Kg):180
Code: 681V
SOP: 2006/10
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: V-engine with an angle of 90, VVT, CBR, EU Ⅳ


2.0L TCI MPI
Technical Data:
Cylinder:4
Displacement(L):1.971
Bore×Stroke(mm):83.5x90
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):125/5500
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :235/1800
Compression Ratio:8.9
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):641x651x644
Net Weight(Kg):150
Code: 484B
SOP: Yes
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 16 Valves, Aluminum alloy cylinder block and head, MPI, TCI


2.0L DGI TCI
Technical Data:
Cylinder:4
Displacement(L):1.971
Bore×Stroke(mm):83.5x90
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):144/5500
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :290/1800
Compression Ratio:9.8
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):641x651x644
Net Weight(Kg):150
Code: 484J
SOP: 2007/1
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 16 Valves, Aluminum alloy cylinder block and head, MPI, VVT, CBR, TCI, DGI





3.0 L CBR VVT
Technical Data:
Cylinder:6
Displacement(L):2.957
Bore×Stroke(mm):83.5x94
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):146/5500
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :298/3800
Compression Ratio:10
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):670*837*685
Net Weight(Kg):190
Code: 684V
SOP: 2006/10
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: V-engine with an angle of 90, VVT, CBR, EU Ⅳ



2.3 L
Technical Data:
Cylinder:4
Displacement(L):2.262
Bore×Stroke(mm):85.5x98.5
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):110/5750
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :210/4300
Compression Ratio:10
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):641x634x638
Net Weight(Kg):147
Code: 486FC
SOP: 2006/9
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 16 Valves, MPI, Cast iron cylinder block
 

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1.3L TCI
Technical Data:
Cylinder:3
Displacement(L):1.298
Bore×Stroke(mm):81x92.4
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):60/4000
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :171/2000
Compression Ratio:17.5
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):570x771x630
Net Weight(Kg):115
Code: 381A
SOP: 2007/1
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 12 Valves, Aluminum alloy cylinder block and head, MPI, High Pressure Common Rail, DGI, TC, EGR


1.9L NA
Technical Data:
Cylinder:4
Displacement(L):1.904
Bore×Stroke(mm):81x92.4
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):48/4000
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :130/2000
Compression Ratio:17.5
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):641x634x655
Net Weight(Kg):160
Code: 481D
SOP: 2006/9
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 16 Valves, Aluminum alloy cylinder block, MPI, High Pressure Common Rail, DGI


1.9L TCI
Technical Data:
Cylinder:4
Displacement(L):1.904
Bore×Stroke(mm):81x92.4
Rated Power(Kw/r/min):93/4000
Max. Torque(Nm /r/min) :271/2000
Compression Ratio:17.5
Overall Dimension(L×W×H):641x634x655
Net Weight(Kg):160
Code: 481A
SOP: 2006/09
Emission: EU Ⅳ
Feature: Inline, Water-cooling, DOHC, 16 Valves, Aluminum alloy cylinder block and head, MPI, High Pressure Common Rail, DGI, VGT, EGR
 

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He is a troll, he won't miss a single chance to bash China.
 

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They did pay the company SEAT for Toledo car plant and blueprints. And they paid Daewoo engineers a lot of money for blueprints to matiz and magnus.
 

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lol

then go blame the Korean sellouts instead of bash Chery and China.
 

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Those korean engineers did the right thing. When GM bought Daewoo the korean engineers were going to be unemployed. So by bringing the blueprints to Chery and working for Chery they still made lots of money.
 

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They did pay the company SEAT for Toledo car plant and blueprints.
Then why did VW sue Chery not to use its parts in Cherys???

And they paid Daewoo engineers a lot of money for blueprints to matiz and magnus.
I wonder why those crooks decided to steal the property of their former employer in the first place who didn't fire them. If it wasn't for Chery promising a big payday if they stole Daewoo's property, they wouldn't have. They were tempted by the devil and sold their souls.

Those korean engineers did the right thing.
Right thing from Chinese perspective, of course. One country's industrial spy is another country's hero worth a medal.

When GM bought Daewoo the korean engineers were going to be unemployed.
Nope. Those engineer's jobs were not in danger, only the managers and assemblers were. Even those people all got their jobs back thanks to GM's booming sales in China and Europe.

So by bringing the blueprints to Chery and working for Chery they still made lots of money.
Well, but these people are now criminals at home and cannot go back. I am sure Chery will get them Chinese citizenship or something.
 

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Maybe those koreans did not want to work for GM because GM is an american company. Many south Koreans hate Americans because they want the US military out of south korea. And Chery offered them much more money than GM so it was a no brainer for them to go to Chery.
 

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Maybe those koreans did not want to work for GM because GM is an american company.
They were working for GM 8 years prior. Daewoo started as a 50:50 joint venture with GM. This was also the reason why GM was so eager to take Daewoo back after its collapse.

And Chery offered them much more money than GM so it was a no brainer for them to go to Chery.
Of course those engineers were free to take jobs at Chery, as long as they didn't take the company property with them.
 

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GM sued Chery in court but could not prove that Chery stole the blueprints to 2 Daewoo cars. Why GM unable to prove anything.
 

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SAIC at one time owned 15% of Chery, and they paid up 30m USD to VW after they complained about the Toledo rip off, which satisfied the situation.

they have come to an out of court agreement with GM/ GM DAT now , it hasn't been disclosed what the deal was and I doubt GM were satisfied, but it is the end of the issue, it's over.

china hater man, you should get over it too, try to get out more, pick your life up again mate. try and get a hobby or a girlfriend or something.
 

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I learnt from a Chinese page that the ACTECO engine is possibly to have been chosen by a European automaker to equip its cars. Anyone has any information about it?
 
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