What does TDI refer to in Volkswagen Vento?
By: Dinesh on 26 june 2015
Hello Dinesh !!
The TDI badge in Volkswagen Vento is made to refer to the diesel powered models by the company that feature direct injection and turbocharger. These engines are known to have low emission levels and offer a higher torque. These are also noteworthy for outstanding power efficiency and good fuel economy. Also, the engine noise is kept to the minimum through effective engine encapsulation. The engines produce smooth , low vibration running.
As a company’s nomenclature, TDI tag is used for diesel powered cars. Basically, TDI refers to Turbocharged Direct Injection that means the diesel engines are turbocharged and the fuel is injected directly into the combustion chamber of the motor. These engines are more powerful, less noisy and has high torque value resulting in more efficient, power-pack engine performance. But these kind of engine lags a bit before coming into action.
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