Engine Nissan VQ40DE

The 4-liter VQ40DE engine has become not only one of the most reliable in the line of Nissan VQ gasoline units, but also the most voluminous in it. This is an enlarged version of the VQ35DE, which received an expansion of volume due to the size of the cylinders and the piston stroke. The power unit appeared in 2005 in the USA, was developed for SUVs, since that time it has been equipped with the largest Nissan cars, as well as the Suzuki Equator until 2013. Continue reading Engine Nissan VQ40DE

Engine Nissan VK56DE

The parent of the VK56DE engine was the VK45DE. Unlike its older relative, this engine acquired a larger cylinder block with a height of 232 mm, due to which the connecting rods were extended to 154.5 mm. The cylinders themselves began to be produced wider by 5 mm, they became 98 mm wide, and a new crankshaft was also installed, which made it possible to increase the piston stroke to 92.8 mm. Continue reading Engine Nissan VK56DE