The 1.6-liter Nissan QG16DE engine (or QG16 for short) was produced from 2000 to 2013 and was installed on many popular models of the concern, mostly in the version for developing countries.
The 79 kW QG16DE engine with two camshafts has four valves per cylinder. The engine camshafts are driven by a chain. The cylinder block of the QG16DE engine is a single casting that forms the cylinders, a cooling jacket, the upper part of the crankcase and five crankshaft bearings made in the form of crankcase baffles. Continue reading Engine Nissan QG16DE
The QG15DE engine (or QG15 for short) was designed to replace the GA15DE and was based on the QG16DE. The manufacturer has reduced the diameter of the cylinders. In addition, other pistons were used in the engine. The engine has a high compression ratio. However, for the most part, the engine is a repetition of the QG16DE that served as the basis for it. Continue reading Engine Nissan QG15DE
Diesel engine K9K single row, K series – development of Renault-Nissan 2001, has 4 cylinders, 8 valves. This is an economical and inexpensive engine with a volume of 1.5 liters and a dCi injection system. Continue reading Engine Renault K9K