Chevy Epica Engine

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The Chevrolet Epica is powered by a six cylindered, 1.8 liter E -Tech II l4 transversely-placed engine developed by Porsche and also used in the Daewoo Tosca. The engine produced 121 HP and 122 foot pounds of torque. It comes with a 5 speed manual and a 4 speed automatic transmission system. The Epica was upgraded in 2005 and then powered by a 2.0 liter ETEC II engine manufactured by Holden, which produced 1991 cc, 148 HP, and 240 foot pounds of torque.

 

The Epica was further upgraded in 2006, with a 2.5 liter, six-cylindered engine which produced 1993 cc and 139 HP and 144 foot pounds of torque. Used six cylinder engines for sale are available online; mechanics can visit ASAP Motors for easy access to used engines in good condition.

The 2007 model of the Chevy Epica had a 2.0 liter RA 420 SOHC, straight four common rail diesel engine at its helm. This turbo charged engine displaces 150 HP and 229 foot pounds of torque. The 2007 Epica can be compared directly with the Daewoo Winstorm as both these vehicles feature the same four valves SOHC common rail diesel engine. This Winstorm was the first diesel powered Daewoo to be in production.

The Epica has advanced drive train features and is available in a 5 speed manual transmission and a 4 speed advanced automatic gear box, the GM 6T45. The next generation of the Chevy Epica features a 2492 cc displacing XK l6 engine, producing 154 HP and 175 foot pounds of torque. The compression ratio of this engine is 10.2, and the car has a top speed of 195 km/h. The Epica is FWD car and feature the advanced Macpherson strut front suspension with an antiroll bar, while the rear suspension is an advanced multilink monoshock. This car also borrowed previous drive train features like the 5 speed manual transmission and the 6 speed GM 6T45 automatic transmission systems. Used XK l6 engines are for sale in many websites and they can be refitted to the Daewoo Tosca, the Leganza, and the Magnus.