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Volkswagen Adds New 1.4T Engine to 2016 Jetta

August 05, 2015

Photo of the 1.4T engine courtesy of Volkwagen.
Photo of the 1.4T engine courtesy of Volkwagen.

Volkswagen is adding its new turbo-charged, direct-injected turbo four into the 2016 Jetta to improve fuel economy with a smaller package, the automaker has announced.

The EA211 TSI engine will replace the 2.0-liter engine in the S model and the 1.8T TSI engine in the SE model. 

The new 1.4-liter engine features lightweight aluminum construction, an integrated exhaust manifold into the head, and a toothed-belt drive for its double overhead camshaft valvetrain that incorporates variable intake and exhaust timing.

The engine will be mated to either a five-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission and should deliver highway fuel economy of 39 mpg with the six-speed automatic for a 13-percent improvement over the previous 2.0-liter engine and a 7-percent gain over the 1.8T.

The only aspect Volkswagen will carry over from the earlier EA111 engine is the 82 mm cylinder spacing. The cylinder bore was decreased by 2 mm to 74.5mm while the stroke was increased to 80mm, a change which not only helps compactness, but also increases torque and presents an ideal canvas for adding boost.

The 1.4T engine in the Jetta features a 10.0:1 compression ratio, direct fuel injection, and turbocharging to produce 150 hp at 5000 rpm.

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