DMAX V6 engine

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The DMAX V6 engine is a 2,958 cc (2.958 L; 180.5 cu in) Diesel engine.

It was designed, and is produced by Isuzu in Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan but the design rights to the engine are now owned by General Motors. It uses high-pressure common-rail direct injection with four valve per cylinder, cylinder heads. A turbocharger and intercooler are also used.

Output is nominally 125 kW (176 hp) at 4000 rpm and 350 N·m (258  ft·lbf) at 1800 rpm. The engine's internal name is 6DE1.

Applications:

2001-2005 internal engine's name D308L (177hp).
2003-2005 internal engine's name Y30DT (177hp).
2005-2008 internal engine's name Z30DT (184hp).
2000-2010 internal engine's name P9X 701 (177hp).
2005-2010 internal engine's name P9X 715 (185hp).
2002-2006 internal engine's name P9X 701 (177hp).
2006-2010 internal engine's name P9X 715 (185hp).

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