Toyota ND engine
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The Toyota ND is an inline 4 Toyota diesel engine used in both Japanese and European markets.
The 1ND-TV (1.4 D-4D) is a compact Inline 4 turbocharged diesel engine. Introduced into European market in 2002 with the Yaris XP1, it was Toyota's first diesel engine to be equipped with an aluminium cylinder block. Principal aims of its development were low emissions and fuel consumption, reduction of mass (dry weight is 99 kg) and reduction of noise.
Technical specifications of the latest engine version:
- Displacement: 1364 cc
- Bore x Stroke: 73 mm x 81.5 mm
- Max. Power: 88.7 hp (66.2 kW) at 3800 RPM
- Max. Torque: 140 ft·lbf (190 Nm) from 1800 to 3000 RPM
- Compression Ratio: 17.9:1
- Combustion System: Direct Injection
- Intake System: Variable geometry turbocharger with Intercooler
- Valve Mechanism: SOHC, 2 valves per cylinder
- Fuel Injection System: Common Rail (1600 bar), 6 hole injectors
- Camshaft Drive: Timing Chain
- Exhaust Gas Treatment: EGR, equipped with cooler and catalyst
- Emission standard: Euro IV
- Fuel consumption combined: 4.8 l/100 km (58.8 mpg (U.S.)) *
- CO2 emission combined: 128 g/km *
* Toyota Corolla 1.4 D-4D, NEDC
- From 2010 the engine was improved to deliver 205 Nm from 1600 rpm and 90 hp at 3800 rpm.
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