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dCi diesel engines are developed by Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and Renault Group. The acronym stands for Common rail diesel injection and is used to mark diesel engines with 4 inline cylinders, a turbocharger and Common Rail direct fuel injection. These power units are often used by European and Asian manufacturers.

Popular dCi engines

Index

Displacement, l

Power, hp

Models

K9K

1.4

65–100

Renault Kangoo;

Nissan Tiida;

Renault Thalia;

Renault Clio;

Renault Pulse;

Nissan Micra;

Mahindra Verito;

Dacia Sandero;

Renault Mégane;

Suzuki Jimny;

Renault Scénic;

Nissan Almera;

Renault Modus;

Renault Scala;

Nissan Sunny;

Renault Laguna;

Nissan Qashqai;

Renault Fluence;

Nissan NV200;

Dacia Logan;

Dacia Duster;

Nissan Juke;

Nissan Cube;

Nissan Note;

Dacia Lodgy;

Renault Kadjar;

Infiniti Q30;

Mercedes-Benz B-Class;

Mercedes-Benz Citan;

Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class;

Mercedes-Benz A-Class;

Renault Captur.

F9Q

1.9

80–130

Renault Espace;

Renault Mégane;

Renault Master;

Mitsubishi Carisma;

Suzuki Grand Vitara;

Mitsubishi Spacestar;

Renault Clio;

Volvo S40;

Renault Laguna;

Vauxhall Vivaro;

Renault Trafic;

Opel Vivaro;

Nissan Interstar;

Nissan Primastar;

Renault Scenic.

M9R

2.0

90–180

Renault Vel Satis;

Nissan Qashqai;

Renault Laguna;

Renault Mégane;

Renault Koleos;

Renault Espace;

Nissan Teana;

Nissan X-Trail.

G9T

2.2

90–150

Vauxhall Movano;

Renault Vel Satis;

Nissan Interstar;

Renault Laguna;

Opel Movano;

Renault Master;

Renault Espace.

G9U

2.5

99–146

Opel Movano;

Renault Master;

Nissan Primastar;

Nissan Interstar;

Renault Trafic;

Opel Vivaro;

Vauxhall Movano;

Vauxhall Vivaro.