Engine GA16DE

The GA16DE engine is a four-stroke, four-cylinder, in-line vertical arrangement of cylinders, with multipoint fuel injection. Installed at the front of the body transversely. The gas distribution mechanism is 16-valve with two camshafts located in the cylinder head, driven by a chain from the crankshaft. Installed on Nissan Almera cars produced in 1995-1999.
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Engine HR16DE/H4M

The Renault-Nissan HR16DE / H4M engine is a logical continuation of the Renault K4M internal combustion engine. The motor was modernized, mainly the gas distribution mechanism and electronic control were changed. Also, the engine was equipped with a timing chain drive, new camshafts and two fuel injectors per cylinder. Hydraulic lifters were removed from the engine (adjustment by selecting pushers every 100 thousand km). The variable valve timing system is retained on the intake shaft. The engine has become more economical than its predecessor, more powerful and more environmentally friendly.
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Engine SR20DE/DET/VE/VET

The SR20DE powertrain first appeared in 1989 and received an aluminum cylinder block with dry cast iron liners. The SR20 series engines received several modifications, the most powerful of which was intended for the Nissan X-Trail GT SUV. This variant was a turbocharged version with 212-248 intake camshafts, 8.0-11.0 mm lift and 244 outlet cams and 11.3 mm lift. The reliability and durability of the 2.0 liter Nissan SR20 series engines suggests that there are no global shortcomings. Among the minor drawbacks, the floating XX (idle) and periodic breakdowns of the mass air flow sensor (mass air flow sensor) were noted.
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Engine MR20DE/M4R

The start of engine production according to various sources dates back to 2004 or 2005 and is produced to this day. First, it was installed on the Nissan Lafesta and Nissan Serena minivans, as well as on the Nissan Bluebird Sylphy sedan (in Russia, Nissan Almera, produced at AvtoVAZ facilities). Since 2006, it has been installed on the Nissan Qashqai (Dualis in Japan, in America – Rogue), and since 2007 on the Nissan X-trail. This engine is installed not only on Nissan cars, but also on Renault cars such as: Renault Clio, Renault Laguna, Renault Mégane and others. Now on the new Qashqai and X-trail their slightly modernized version is put with 144 hp versus 141 in previous generations and 135-138 hp produced by Renault.
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Engine QG18DE

The 1.8 liter QG18DE petrol engine was used in Nissan vehicles with high torque at low revs. Such an engine is considered very economical – fuel consumption is fixed at about 7 liters per 100 km. mileage, and 97% of the torque is produced by it in a low range of 2400-4800 rpm. Environmental cleanliness and low toxicity is ensured by a special design of the piston crown with a neutralizer surface of up to 50%.
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Engine QR25DE

The QR25DE aluminum engine is rated as a weak “four”. He is a clearly pronounced “disposable” with a mileage of just over 200 with an extremely attentive and careful attitude. The QR25DE appeared by significantly expanding the piston stroke (by 20 mm) for the two-liter QR20DE with the replacement of the crankshaft and the camshaft at the outlet. Lubrication and resource depletion problems are more common here, but after 2007 the engine was modified and became much better. There are quite a few turbo whales designed for ICEs to play around with power and performance.
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