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    Vehicle : Vectra

    Trim : SRi

    Engine : 1.9 CDTi 150

    Year : 07

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    Don't know if this has been covered before but I couldn't find anything through searching.

    Looking on Autotrader it shows the 0-60 times as 9.7 seconds for the 2.2 Direct and 9.1 for the 2.0T. Is this correct?

    Just been reading through threads as I'm still dubious whether to buy the 2.2 rather than the 2.0T and in quite a lot of these threads it shows the the 2.2 0-60 as 8.7 and the 2.0T as 8.1.

    Any help?

    P.S, is the mpg much different in the 2.2 and 2.0T? As it only shows a difference of 4.9 average?

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    Vehicle : Ford Kuga

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    Vauxhall brochure says manual gearbox 2.2 direct, 0 - 60 8.6. 2.0T, 8.1.
    Economy 2.2 37.7 on up to 18 inch wheel size, 2.0T 32.8 up to 18 inch wheel size.

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    be careful with the 2.2 you will read stories on here, including mine about issues with Fuel Pressure Regulator (~£90), High Pressure Fuel Pump (~£300) and inlet manifold Swirl Flaps (upto £600).

    The regulator is currently being replaced under a recall, but if like mine the new FPR seems to have caused my Siemens high pressure pump to have failed, which I have renewed with a new Continental high pressure pump.

    However, I do regularly get 39.2 mpg out of the car and on a whole, the car is pretty good and smooth

    Not sure what the main issues with the 2.0T are but I believe it is based on the Saab engine so should be better reliability than the 2.2 Direct.

    Paul.

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