Dacia Car Engines: New and used 1310 engines, 1400.

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Dacia (pronounced DAH-tchee-ah) is a Romanian car maker which belongs to the Renault group. The two models of cars produced by Dacia in 2004 are the Dacia Logan and the Dacia Solenza. We have great deals on Dacia car engines! The Dacia Logan is also sold under the Renault brand (Renault Logan). Dacia used, reconditioned or secondhand car engines are available at enginesandgearboxes.co.uk.

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Dacia is also known for its older models which are no longer being made. The most popular model was Dacia 1300. Dacia 1100, 1310, 1400, 1410 were minor improvements of the Dacia 1300, which in turn was based on the Renault 12 of the 1970s.

New 1.6 16V Engine For Dacia Logan Prestige

A product of Renault’s powertrain range, the 1.6 16V engine drives Renault Logan to unprecedented levels of performance. With a power output of 105 hp (77 kW) at 5,750 rpm and peak torque of 148 Nm at 3,750 rpm, it takes Renault Logan Prestige from a standing start to 100 kph in just 10.2 seconds and gives it a top speed of 183 kph. Such power and performance make the 1.6 16V Renault Logan Prestige stand out from similarly priced cars, yet it was primarily for its smoothness and driving pleasure that the 1.6 16V engine was chosen for this version. With 90 per cent of maximum torque available from 2,000 rpm, this engine offers enhanced driving pleasure and smooth acceleration response with no flat spots at either low or mid revs.

16V (1.6) This standard of performance has been achieved while maintaining excellent fuel efficiency. A timing system featuring roller cam followers gives this 16-valve version of the 1.6-litre engine combined cycle fuel consumption of just 7.1 litres/100 km which is slightly less fuel than that of the 1.6 MPI.

The 1.6 16V engine is coupled to a Type JH five-speed gearbox with enhanced synchronization and cable shift for shorter travel, enhanced gear shift precision and consequently even greater driving pleasure. Meanwhile a revised design for the engine/transmission mating has resulted in improved acoustic comfort.

Dacia Logan MCV’s Diesel And Petrol Engines
Based on a choice of three petrol engines (the 1.4 MPI, the 1.6 MPI and the 1.6 16V), plus the benchmark 1.5 dCi diesel, the Logan MCV range offers a broad selection of powertrains tailored to meet the needs of its different markets and customers.

1.4 MPI and 1.6 MPI: The 1.4 and 1.6 eight-valve engines correspond perfectly with the criteria of cost, strength and ease of maintenance that are a characteristic of all Logans. The 1.4-litre engine delivers a power output of 55kW (75hp) at 5,500rpm and maximum torque of 112Nm at 3,000rpm, while the 1.6 engine boasts maximum power of 64kW (90hp) at 5,500rpm and peak torque of 128Nm at 3,000rpm. Both are coupled to the manual five-speed gearbox that equips Laguna II and Mégane II. Combined cycle fuel consumption of 1.4 75hp version: 7.6 litres/100km.

16V (1.6) Recently introduced for the saloon version, the 1.6 16V engine ensures unrivalled performance. With top power of 105hp (77kW) at 5,750rpm and maximum torque of 148Nm at 3,750rpm, Logan MCV 1.6 16V accelerates from standstill to 100kph in 11.8 seconds and boasts a top speed of 174kph. Combined cycle fuel consumption of this 16-valve version of the 1.6-litre engine is just 7.5 litres/100km. The 1.6 16V is coupled to a Type JR five-speed gearbox with enhanced synchronization and cable-controlled gear shift which combine to ensure reduced travel, extra gearshift precision and therefore greater driving pleasure. Oil change intervals for all the petrol engines that power Logan MCV are just 30,000km.

This prototype Logan MCV was exhibited. This 4×4 estate version of the Logan was widely acclaimed as looking like a real Western car (by no means a condescending claim when looking at an 1310 or a SuperNova of the 2003 model year). The future for Dacia must look very bright when considering the increase in sales and the Logan’s popularity on foreign markets.

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Carl Wilson

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