The 1.6-liter Volkswagen CWVA 1.6 MPI gasoline engine was introduced in 2014 as the most simple and inexpensive engine for developing countries. This power unit was developed on the basis of a 1.4-liter turbo engine of the EA211 family and therefore has many differences from its predecessor CFNA, which belonged to the old EA111 series.
EA211 or VW R4 engines
The VW EA211 family of 4-cylinder engines was first introduced in 2011 and has almost completely replaced the old line of EA111 power units from all markets. Usually they are divided into three series: atmospheric MPi, turbocharged TSI and new EVO turbo engines.
EA211 MPI engines
In 2011, in the European market, outdated EA111 motors were replaced by new EA211 units. The first 1.0-liter versions had only 3 cylinders and were equipped with distributed injection.
- CHYA (12v, injector, 60 hp / 95 Nm);
- CHYB (12v, injector, 75 hp / 95 Nm).
In some markets, atmospheric power units of this family appeared only in 2014, but in a more classic form: with 4 cylinders and a volume of 1.6 liters.
The main difference from its predecessor in the form of the popular CFNA unit was the return to a timing belt drive instead of a flimsy chain, as well as the appearance of a phase shifter on the intake. A serious disadvantage was the combination of the exhaust manifold with the cylinder head, now it cannot be replaced.
EA211 TSI engines
In 2012, it’s time to update the small turbo engines with direct fuel injection. The 1.2-liter unit retained the block, but received a 16-valve cylinder head and an intake dephaser. As well as on atmospheric engines, the timing chain drive has given way to a belt here.
Around the same time, the generation was replaced by a larger 1.4-liter turbo engine. The 16-valve cylinder head was earlier, a timing belt and a second phase regulator appeared in powerful versions.
But the cylinder block in 1.4-liter power units is already completely different: cast iron has given way to aluminum and the configuration has changed, the piston has decreased, and its stroke has become longer.
- CHPA (16v, direct injection, 140 hp / 250 Nm);
- CMBA (16v, direct injection, 122 hp / 200 Nm);
- CXSA (16v, direct injection, 122 hp / 200 Nm);
- CZCA (16v, direct injection, 125 hp / 200 Nm);
- CZDA (16v, direct injection, 150 hp / 250 Nm);
- CZEA (16v, direct injection, 150 hp / 250 Nm);
- DJKA (16v, direct injection, 150 hp / 250 Nm).
The newest representatives of the series are 3-cylinder 1.0-liter turbo engines. Like their atmospheric counterparts, they are rarely found anywhere, but in Europe it is a bestseller.
- CHZA (12v, direct injection, 90 hp / 160 Nm);
- CHZB (12v, direct injection, 95 hp / 160 Nm).
EA211 EVO engines
In 2016, a new generation of EA211 power units called EVO was introduced. So far, it has only two representatives with a volume of 1.5 liters, but in the future there should be more of them.
The 1.6-liter 16-valve Volkswagen CWVB 1.6 MPI 90 hp engine has been assembled since 2015 and put on such popular budget models as the Rapid or Polo Sedan. This motor differs from its 110-horsepower counterpart with the CWVA index only in firmware.
The 1.2-liter turbocharged Volkswagen CJZA 1.2 TSI engine was assembled from 2012 to 2015 and installed on the seventh generation Golf, as well as its counterparts Skoda Octavia and Audi A3. This power unit quickly gave way to the EURO 6 version of the engine with the CYVB index.
The 1.2-liter Volkswagen CJZB 1.2 TSI engine was produced by the concern from 2012 to 2018 and was installed on such popular company models as Golf 7, Seat Leon, Skoda Octavia. There was a slightly more powerful modification of this engine with 90 hp under the CJZC index.
The 1.4-liter Volkswagen CHPA 1.4 TSI gasoline engine was produced from 2012 to 2015 and was installed on the seventh Golf, as well as cars on its platform: Octavia A7 and Seat Leon 3. This power unit had a modification equipped with the ACT system under a different CPTA index.
The 1.4-liter Volkswagen CMBA 1.4 TSI engine was assembled by the concern from 2012 to 2014 and was installed only on the Golf 7, as well as its platform models Audi A3 and Seat Leon. This unit in a number of markets in 2013 was replaced by an updated version of the CXSA with a …
The 1.4-liter turbocharged Volkswagen CXSA 1.4 TSI engine was assembled from 2013 to 2014 and was installed only on the seventh generation Golf and similar Audi A3 and Seat Leon. This power unit is a corrected version of the CMBA engine with a different cylinder head.
The 1.4-liter Volkswagen CZCA 1.4 TSI engine has been produced in Mladá Boleslav since 2013 and is installed on many well-known models of the German concern, such as Golf, Passat, Polo Sedan. This unit is widespread, but in Europe it has long given way to 1.5 TSI engines.
The 1.4-liter Volkswagen CZDA 1.4 TSI engine has been produced in Mladá Boleslav since 2014 and is installed on such popular concern models as Golf, Passat, Touran or Tiguan. Now this power unit is gradually being replaced by new engines of the EA211 NEO family.
The 1.4-liter turbo engine Volkswagen CZEA 1.4 TSI ACT has been assembled by the concern since 2014 and is installed on some versions of such popular models as Golf, Passat and Tiguan. The motor highlights the presence of the ACT system, which turns off two cylinders at low loads.
The 1.4-liter Volkswagen DJKA turbo engine has been assembled by the German concern since 2018 and is installed on many popular models such as Taos, Karoq and Octavia. There are two versions of this engine: with a particulate filter for Euro 6 or without it for Euro 5.
The 1.5-liter Volkswagen DACA 1.5 TSI turbo engine was first introduced in 2016 and a year later began to be installed on such popular concern models as the Golf 7 and Seat Leon 3. There is a particularly economical modification of such a power unit with the BlueMotion index.
The 1.5-liter Volkswagen DADA 1.5 TSI engine has been assembled by the German concern since 2017 and is installed on a number of modern models: from the modest Polo hatchback to the large Arteon coupe.