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Four-cylinder Drive-E engines now standard across Volvo range

Volvo is now supplying all of its front-wheel-drive models with its new Euro VI compliant four-cylinder Drive-E engines. 

The move also ends Volvo's reliance on engines sourced from other manufacturers.

The engines are built with a maximum of 2.0-litres and four cylinders, using a mixture of turbocharging, supercharging and electrification to produce varying power outputs. This configuration allows for lower weight, size and complexity, all resulting in lower emissions and fuel consumption.

New to selected models across the range are petrol powered T2 and T3, and diesel powered D2 and D3 engines. They join the four-cylinder T5/T5AWD and D4 Drive-E engines which were launched in 2014.


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