What do you mean by 2 0D

Chevrolet Cruze hatchback 2.0D

At the moment I am wavering between a Chevrolet Cruze hatchback 2.0 D LT / LTZ with almost full equipment for 15k and a Seat Ibiza 1.4 TSI. Both cars are very different, but both are the same price (15k) and offer good driving performance. The Ford Focus 1.6 Eco Boost also plays in the price range. From the visual point of view, I like the Ibiza and the Cruze best, whereby the Cruze has better features, consumes less and you can step on it without having to have 9 liters on the clock. But the Ibiza is an EU vehicle and spare parts and taxes should be cheaper.

Who knows the Chevrolet Cruze 2.0 D hatchback? What does it use, is it sensitive, if you buy it as a new car and carefully drive it in yourself? Why does the 205 only drive with 163 hp when the 130 hp already drives 200.

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With the Cruze from MY2011, i.e. the variant with the 163PS diesel, the differences between notchback (Cruze Limosine) and hatchback (Cruze) can basically only be found in the body.

You can take over all relevant data relating to driving performance, consumption, durability from the limousine.

With a little negotiating skills, the Cruze can offer really good prices for a new car.

Even if the local dealer only "makes" the price via a daily admission, this is not a problem.

At least in my environment, new ones, or Cruze with <15km on the speedometer, were sold with so little extra charge compared to used ones that the question of new or used did not even arise.

The models are almost the same due to the gear ratio in the top speed.

The pure performance has nothing to do with it. The advantage of "only" 205km / h is, for example, a lower tire price.

In any case, the Cruze accelerates quickly with the diesel up to 180km / h, so that relaxed driving is possible in normal motorway operation.

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Originally written by tdianzug

Who knows the Chevrolet Cruze 2.0 D hatchback? What does it use, is it sensitive, if you buy it as a new car and carefully drive it in yourself? Why does the 205 only drive with 163 hp when the 130 hp already drives 200.

The 2.0D is an engine made in USA, the 1.7D made in Germany

You have to let this statement sink in

Consumption is 9.0l.

I have had the car for 4 months / 15,000km, so drive a lot.

It is not sensitive at all, rather robust (technology)

that means it doesn't have 163 German horsepower, but maybe only 150? Robust is important and good, but 9l to 100 is definitely too much, since it is specified as 5.6l, I thought more of 6-6.5l and that with normal to brisk driving style.

As an alternative, the Ford Focus with 150 hp and the Ibiza are priced. Used BMW 1 series with less than 30 tkm from 2010/2011 also sound interesting. They just have a timing chain.

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Originally written by Fischkoppstuttgart

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Originally written by tdianzug

Who knows the Chevrolet Cruze 2.0 D hatchback? What does it use, is it sensitive, if you buy it as a new car and carefully drive it in yourself? Why does the 205 only drive with 163 hp when the 130 hp already drives 200.

The 2.0D is an engine made in USA, the 1.7D made in Germany

You have to let this statement sink in

Consumption is 9.0l.

I have had the car for 4 months / 15,000km, so drive a lot.

It is not sensitive at all, rather robust (technology)

The 2.0D is an engine made in USA, the 1.7D made in Germany

You have to let this statement sink in

Hello !

I have the same engine in the Curze, unfortunately that's not quite true.

As far as I know, 2.0 is a Koran. GM developed with Fiat.

Ibizia vs Cruze Clear Cruze 2.0.

But that's the old question of gasoline vs diesel.

The 2.0 was allegedly throttled by engine control at top speed.

Because of tires, speedometer, etc.

Can be remedied later thanks to the chip if required.

I'm Austrian and haven't been able to test that yet .. Speed ‚Äč‚Äčlimit ....

There are 2 Cruze plants: the Europe Cruze comes from Korea and the one for America in America

mfg Rene

Hello,

since when is the 1.7 D made in Germany ???

This is a motor made by Izusu (as far as I know Japan, a GM subsidiary)

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Originally written by Corsadiesel

Hello,

since when is the 1.7 D made in Germany ???

This is a motor made by Izusu (Japan to my knowledge, a GM subsidiary)

Could it be that people are talking past each other at the moment?

Do you mean the very old 1.7 D (suction diesel) that was once installed in the Corsa B (up to approx. BJ 2000)?

I think the topic starter means the 1.7 CDTI that is currently installed in the current Astra and the Cruze.

Hi,

I also throw in a little bit of half-knowledge here. Confirm, the 2.0 D will be built in Korea. Incidentally, a state-of-the-art engine factory. Fiat had nothing to do with GM in engine development, but VM, also an Italian engine manufacturer. But that only applied to the old diesels in the Nubira and Captiva. The new ones are in-house developments.

The 163 hp also runs in Orlando and is driven by me. The horses are allowed to gallop as often as possible. Lt. The speedometer does not stop at 220 without a long start-up time. The machine is great fun. Our average is currently 8.1l, whereby not the slightest effort is made to save fuel. Certainly there is another way, especially since the Cruze should in principle be more economical. By the way, the engine has a timing chain.

More information can be found either in the Cruze forum or in the Orlando forum.

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Originally written by chris95

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Originally written by Corsadiesel

Hello,

since when is the 1.7 D made in Germany ???

This is a motor made by Izusu (Japan to my knowledge, a GM subsidiary)

Could it be that people are talking past each other at the moment?

Do you mean the very old 1.7 D (suction diesel) that was once installed in the Corsa B (up to about BJ 2000)?

I think the topic starter means the 1.7 CDTI that is currently installed in the current Astra and the Cruze.

I mean the 1.7 CDTI and the 3.0 CDTI are both engines from Izusu.

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Originally written by Eifelswob

Hi,

I also throw in a little bit of half-knowledge here. Confirm, the 2.0 D will be built in Korea. Incidentally, a state-of-the-art engine factory. Fiat had nothing to do with GM in engine development, but VM, also an Italian engine manufacturer. But that only applied to the old diesels in the Nubira and Captiva. The new ones are in-house developments.

The 163 hp also runs in Orlando and is driven by me. The horses are allowed to gallop as often as possible. Lt. The speedometer does not stop at 220 without a long start-up time. The machine is great fun. Our average is currently 8.1l, whereby not the slightest effort is made to save fuel. Certainly there is another way, especially since the Cruze should in principle be more economical. By the way, the engine has a timing chain.

More information can be found either in the Cruze forum or in the Orlando forum.

but with chip, the 220 right?

Hi,

no chip (also out of the question). In the Orlando forum someone determined 213 km / h using GPS. Coincides with my experiences. Speedometer deviation is rel. low. However, I haven't looked at my GPS with a speedometer above 200 km / h. The built-in navigation can do that too, but only after rel. cumbersome setting in the config menu.

good if the Vmax was only throttled, isn't that bad, that even saves tires (does it need the H index)? I thought the CW value and the frontal area would be so large that it can be described as a moving wall unit. In the suit he is quite good with 8.5 s from 0-100. 360 Nm is also an announcement.

I'm currently also flirting with a 2-year-old BMW 1 series (320i) with 170 hp. Both are around 15k.

The workmanship of the Seat Ibiza is worse? how is the processing in the Cruze?

Hello with the 2.0 Curze, the V Max was throttled.

Audi, BMW etc do that at 250, for example

If you have the engine Chippt supposedly - have read that - 246 lt Navi GPS possible.

The chip to approx. 197-210 hp is currently not an option for me because of the guarantee.

Consumption is one of those things - I need about 8 liters on average with a lot of city traffic.

http://www.spritmonitor.de/de/detailansicht/528835.html

It's just a diesel with 120 KW and yes power comes from fuel.

Of course, you can also use less on country roads + autobahns etc.

With a 1.4 TSI you will surely need more ...

A friend e.g. drives the 1.2 TSI Ibiza station wagon with 5.3 liters factory specification with 9.6 liters according to board computer - he doesn't care - he doesn't want to carry the car and drives sporty.