Is it possible for a two cylinder diesel engine to be smooth? Will it be okay to drive in the hilly areas?
By: vipin kumar passi on 24 september 2015
A two cylinder diesel will definitely not have a torque curve as flat as a 6 or 4 cylinder engine but with gear changes, you would definitely be able to keep up the car on any inclined road in the hilly areas. Diesels, inherently by design, have more torque, so look at it like a four cylinder petrol (in terms of torque comparison) rather than a two cylinder diesel. For the sake of comparison, consider this that Alto 800 with three cylinders offers 69Nm of peak torque while the Celerio with two cylinders offers 128Nm of peak torque.
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