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    Default 2.0dti Vs. Cdti (150)

    What are the performace differences between the two? and economy differences?

    as in whats the BHP / torque of the DTI vs the cdti

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by freshprince View Post
    What are the performace differences between the two? and economy differences?

    as in whats the BHP / torque of the DTI vs the cdti

    Cheers
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    Big difference in pick up and overall performance through the range.

    not much difference in economy in my experience.

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    Yeah I agree, 150 is the performer, DTi is the tried and trusted, economy is about the same, CDTi may edge it on motorway though.

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    not being funny mate, but arent you pretty much asking the same question on about 7 threads now???

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegoldenbullet View Post
    not being funny mate, but arent you pretty much asking the same question on about 7 threads now???


    Sorry, I probably should have put this in the same thread as the other.
    But I actually meant in terms of actual BHP statistics etc for this as opposed to opinions.

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    after a bit of searching,

    The 2.0DTI pushes out a whopping 99bhp

    and the cdti (150) is 148bhp.

    so quite a difference

    struggling to find info on which trim levels dont have the arm rests though.

    atm, it looks like the

    elite
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    and sri do

    the life and exclusive also do, but dont come with alloy wheels

    Does this sound about right??

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    AFAIK All models came with an armrest- never seen one without. Basic models come without alloy wheels.

    If you want:

    • Economic yet performing diesel
    • Arm Rest
    • Alloy Wheels

    Look no further than the 1.9CDTI, its right in the middle of the mix of models and is very popular. Well equiped and wont dissapoint.

    More easily tuned if desired, a whole host of mods you can do and plenty of advice available for this model should anything go wrong.

    All you need do is pick a colour and find a car.

    Thats my advice mate, its the safest choice imo.

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    shame they cost such a wedge more really
    and from what i've been reading quite a lot goes wrong with them... Or is that just over reported.

    You not getting on well with your DTI then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freshprince View Post
    shame they cost such a wedge more really
    and from what i've been reading quite a lot goes wrong with them... Or is that just over reported.

    You not getting on well with your DTI then?
    DTI is a fine engine, just lacks any wow factor imo. When you put your foot down it has to think for a while before moving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leviathan View Post
    DTI is a fine engine, just lacks any wow factor imo. When you put your foot down it has to think for a while before moving.
    I'd be happy with that, if it got much better fuel economy that the cdti 150, but from what I gather, it is no better.
    Any idea what you're averaging?

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