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The engine packs 253bhp but it delivers maximum pull at a high 4,400rpm, not very good because it means plenty of revs are needed to make good progress.
2 engine packs a good punch for pulling away in traffic swiftly, safely overtaking on open roads and provides utterly composed cruising ability on main roads.
Comfortable: Power operated sports seats; Roomy: Back has plenty space for the kids; Boot-ylicious: Heaps of rear luggage space; Powerful: Three-litre engine packs a punch; Curvy: Car's lines are softened
The four-cylinder 16v 1,956cc engine packs a hefty punch, with minimum turbo-lag pushing out 295lb/ft at just 1,750rpm and a useful 190ps coming at 4,000rpm.
The compact, all-aluminum gasoline engine packs 200 hp (147 kW) and includes variable valve timing and lift control, as well as start/stop functionality, minimal parasitic losses and a fuel cut-off function.
By some very clever engineering including supercharger and turbocharger, the engine packs enormous punch and delivers it with remarkable refinement and economy.
0 litre engine packs a good punch for accelerating from rest or through the gears.
The engine packs 253bhp, but it delivers maximum pull at a high 4,400rpm, which isn't very good because it means plenty of revs are needed to make good progress.
The superb engine packs an enormous punch but delivers it in a velvet glove and can respond to being tickled around towns or massaged into moving along motorways and main roads with utter ease and confident satisfaction.
And the engine packs quite a punch; Sharp: The; Charade has abrupt angles
8-liter turbo engine packs 300 hp and generates an impressive 295 lb.
4-litre powerplant this petrol engine packs the punch of a 1.
Make no mistake, this huge engine packs plenty of punch.
Up front the turbo-charged engine packs a punch from low revs and pulls very strongly and unhesitatingly, but it's not noisy in a bad way, only in a pleasant manner.