3 Mayıs 2012 Perşembe


FIAT 500 0.9 8V TWINAIR thirsty FLEA With a displacement of just 0.875 liters is the engine of Fiat Twin-Air is a prime example of modern downsizing. Not only is the engine capacity, but also the number of cylinders has been reduced. What set other engines in this power class (86 hp) to four cylinders working in the Fiat 500 0.9 8V TwinAir only two pistons. Does the micro-motor is controlled by a turbocharger. In theory and practice for the test fuel consumption data to make this effort paid. But what about in practice? Is it possible to achieve the EU's consumption actually? And how much of the turbo generators during long full throttle passages swallow? To answer these questions, we asked eight downsizing candidates from different classes to a large consumption test. In addition to the usual standard round, we also identified on a 100-kilometer-long road trip (Tempo 90) a minimum consumption. For the measurement of the maximum consumption, it also went for 100 kilometers at high speed on an empty highway. More car-theme: The free newsletter of AUTOZEITUNG EU REACH STATEMENT Not only the Fiat 500 0.9 8V TwinAir the result is surprising. Even with very restrained lead foot, Eco Mode, and compliance with the recommendation to shift the grumpy two-cylinder 4.7-liter approved on the stage road. With similarly cautious driving style with a short full-throttle percentage on the standard 5.6 liter round are more realistic than the average consumption in the log. Who in the Fiat, however, wants to quickly get from A to B to be reckoned with unbridled thirst for 100 kilometers, the highway TwinAir approved then 13.8 liters - more than the full-blown VW Golf with 122 hp. Mark Schoenfeld consumption EU consumption: 4.1 liters per 100 km CO2 emissions: 95 g / km AZ-fuel consumption: 5.6 liters per 100 km Minimum consumption: 4.7 liters per 100 km Maximum consumption: 13.8 liters per 100 km

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