Diesel engines – a time for heroes.

Model Cylinder
arrangement/
number of cylinders
Engine capacity
(ccm)
Rated output
(kW at rpm)[1]
Top
speed
(km/h)
Combined fuel consumption
(l/100 km)[2]
Combined CO2
emissions
(g/km)[2]
A 160 d R4 1,461 66/2,750–4,000 180 (180) 4.1–3.7 (3.9–3.7) 107–98 (104–98)
A 180 d R4 1,461 80/4,000 190 (190) 4.1–3.7 (3.9–3.7) 107–98 (104–98)
A 180 d BlueEFFICIENCY Edition R4 1,461 80/4,000 190 (–) 3.5 (–) 89 (–)
A 200 d R4 2,143 100/3,200-4,000 210 (210) 4.5–4.1 (4.1–3.8) 116–106 (108–99)
A 200 d 4MATIC R4 2,143 100/3,400–4,400 – (210) – (4.9–4.6) – (127–121)
A 220 d R4 2,143 130/3,600–3,800 – (224) – (4.2–4.0) – (109–104)
A 220 d 4MATIC R4 2,143 130/3,600–3,800 – (220) – (4.9–4.6) – (127–121)

Resounding through and through.

The highlights of the 4-cylinder diesel engines.

Figures in brackets apply to vehicles with automatic transmission.

[1] Figures for rated output and rated torque pursuant to Directive 595/2009/EEC in the currently applicable version.

[2] The figures shown for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring methods (§2 Nos. 5, 6, 6a Pkw-EnVKV as amended). The figures are not based on an individual vehicle and do not constitute part of the product offer; they are provided solely for purposes of comparison between different vehicle models.

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