Nissan CR engine

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Nissan CR engine
Manufacturer Nissan Motors
Production 2002-
Combustion chamber
Configuration I4
Displacement 1.0L
Cylinder block alloy Aluminum
Cylinder head alloy Aluminum
Valvetrain DOHC
Fuel system Fuel injection
Predecessor Nissan CG engine

The CR engine is a 1.0 L, 1.2 L or 1.4 L straight-4 piston engine from Nissan's Aichi Kikai division[1] in Japan. It is an aluminum DOHC 16-valve design. It was first used in the Nissan K12 Micra/March in March 2002,[2] then the Z11 Nissan Cube in October 2002[3] in Japan. It replaced the similar Nissan CG engine.

Engine reference[edit]

The CR engine was manufactured in the following versions:

Code Vehicle Year Displacement Bore Stroke C.R. Max. Power Max. Torque Features
CR10DE K12 March / Micra 2002–2004 1.0 L (997 cc) 71.0mm 63.0mm 10.1:1 68 PS (50 kW) @5600rpm 9.8 kg·m (96 N·m; 71 lb·ft) @3600rpm DOHC, coil packs
CR12DE K12 March / Micra
Nissan Wingroad
1.2 L (1240 cc) 71.0mm 78.3mm 9.8:1 80 PS (59 kW) @5600rpm 12.3 kg·m (121 N·m; 89 lb·ft) @4000rpm DOHC, coil packs
CR14DE K12 March / Micra
Z11 Nissan Cube
1.4 L (1386 cc) 73.0mm 82.8mm 9.8:1 88 PS (65 kW) @5600rpm 14.0 kg·m (137 N·m; 101 lb·ft) @3200rpm DOHC, coil packs, VVL

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Aichi Machine Industry
  2. ^ Nissan March Specifications
  3. ^ Nissan Cube Specifications