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Citroën Jumper 2017, with new diesel engines BlueHDi, Euro 6
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Citroën Jumper 2017, with new diesel engines BlueHDi, Euro 6

reinforcements Coming to the Citroën Jumper in the form of new engines BlueHDi: replacing the previous diesel of 2.2 liters, is added to the range of the model new 2.0 BlueHDi four-cylinder, which stands out for lower consumption and pollutant emissions. Developed by the PSA Group, will be available in three different levels of power, with 110, 130 or 160 HP.

All of them incorporate manual change of six marches, and they highlight a a SCR catalyst that works with the particulate filter FAP with AdBlue additive to a base of urea and water. Thus, the CO2 emissions are reduced by 4%, but still more important is the reduction of nitrogen oxides NOx, up to a 90%.

With respect to the previous engines, the average consumption approved will be reduced by over one liter for every hundred kilometers. Also the maintenance is more economic, with review intervals that extend up to 50,000 miles or two years, whichever occurs first. In particular, the figures for consumption and emissions of these new engines are the siguientes:

Modelo Potencia maximum Torque average Consumption CO2 Emissions
Citroën Jumper BlueHDi 110 109 CV 304 Nm 6,0 l/100 km 158 g/km
Citroën Jumper BlueHDi 130 129 CV 350 Nm 6,0 l/100 km 158 g/km
Citroën Jumper BlueHDi 160 161 HP 350 Nm 6,2 l/100 km 163 g/km

The Citroen Jumper was born in 1993 as a commercial vehicle of large size. To date, he has sold more than 1.130.000 units: the current model -a cousin of the Peugeot Boxer and Fiat Ducato – is available from 2014, in different configurations of body with four lengths, three wheelbases or three heights, and a maximum load capacity up to 17 m3.

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