French’s new turbo diesel engine will be used by Mercedes-Benz to its smaller models, particularly the new A-Class and B-Class, which will begin appearing next year, according to sources quoted by Autocar. … The 1.6 dCi will give a power of 96 kW / 130 hp and 320 Nm.
Which Mercedes use Renault engines?
Mercedes uses Renault’s 1.6-liter four-cylinder diesel engines coupled with Renault transmissions in the Vito front-wheel-drive medium van. A 1.5-liter diesel produced by Renault in Valladolid, Spain, is used in entry-level versions of the Mercedes A- and B-class models, as well as the CLA and GLA crossovers.
Does the Mercedes A180 have a Renault engine?
The new Mercedes A-Class will offer class-leading performance, economy and emissions thanks to a range of specially developed turbo petrol and diesel engines, all with the latest stop-start tech. Leading the charge will be the Renault-derived 1.5-litre diesel in the A180 CDI.
Which car brand has the best engine?
Top 10 manufacturers – most reliable engines
|1||Honda||1 in 344|
|2||Toyota||1 in 171|
|3||Mercedes-Benz||1 in 119|
|4||Volvo||1 in 111|
Does Mercedes own Renault?
Renault has a 43.4% stake with several votes in Nissan of Japan, and a 1.55% stake in Daimler AG of Germany (since 2012, Renault manufactures engines for the Daimler’s Mercedes A-Class and B-Class cars).
|Headquarters in Boulogne-Billancourt, France|
|Total equity||€25.338 billion (2020)|
Are Renault engines good?
In the Telegraph reliability survey of 2017 they placed Renault 14th out of 20 for dependability. It was reported that there were 116 problems per 100 vehicles, which is above the industry average. AutoExpress placed Renault 11th in their reliability table, with a reliability score of 93.72 out of 100.
Which is better A180 or A200?
The entry level petrol engine is badged A180 and is a 1.3-litre turbocharged petrol engine, which makes 136 hp. The A200 is essentially the same engine, except that it produces 163 hp. Neither feel quick. … Officially, the A180 will do 51.4mpg, and the A200 will achieve 53.3mpg – both pretty strong for petrol engines.