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Volkswagen’s 170HP Scirocco GT TDi

Submitted by on May 6, 2009 – 8:49 pmNo Comment

volkswagen-scirocco-gt-tdiToday VW announced the arrival of their new diesel version of the Scirocco, the VOlkswagen Scirocco GT TDI.

Engine power comes in the form of a 2.0-litre TDI 170PS engine. Combining effortless acceleration, made possible by 258 lbs ft of torque delivered from 1,750 rpm, and the ability to return 53.3 mpg on the combined cycle, the new model mixes style, economy and sharp dynamics.

The refined and powerful 2.0-litre common rail TDI engine develops 170 PS at 4,200 rpm and is available linked to either a six-speed manual or six-speed DSG gearbox. Both gearboxes accelerate the Scirocco to 62 mph from a standstill in 8.1 seconds and on to a top speed of 138 mph (DSG: 136), while emitting just 139 g/km (DSG: 147) of CO2.

The latest addition to the Scirocco range is available linked exclusively to the GT trim level and offers a comprehensive list of standard equipment including a six-CD autochanger, rain and dusk sensor, multifunction computer and 2 Zone air conditioning. In terms of safety, ABS, ESP (Electronic Stabilisation Program) and six airbags are all standard. For the first time new 19-inch ‘Lugano’ alloy wheels are available as an option.

As with all models in the Scirocco range, the new GT 2.0-litre TDI 170PS is fitted with Adaptive Chassis Control (ACC) operating through pneumatic valves in the damper units.The system allows the driver to select from normal, comfort or sport modes to define the desired suspension and steering response settings for the conditions.

Source: Volkswagen

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