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. In all other respects, the unit was similar to its predecessor, here an aluminum cylinder block, a pair of aluminum DOHC heads with a CVTCS phase regulator on the intake and a timing chain drive. Continue reading Engine Nissan VQ40DE

Engine Nissan VG33E

The 3.3-liter Nissan VG33E engine has been produced since 1995 and is still installed in China. This power unit is most often found on pickup trucks, SUVs and minibuses. There is a version of the VG33ER equipped with a supercharger with a power of 210 hp and 334 Nm of torque. Continue reading Engine Nissan VG33E

Engine Nissan KA24DE

In 1988, the KA24 gasoline power units replaced the Z24 series. It is already problematic to buy the very first modifications of the KA24E internal combustion engine in our time, since their production was discontinued in 1991 due to modernization. Better known now is the 2.4-liter Nissan KA24DE engine, which was produced from 1993 to 2008 and is best known for Altima sedans, Presage minivans, Navara pickups and X-terra SUVs. This power unit was distinguished by good reliability, but increased fuel appetite. Continue reading Engine Nissan KA24DE