Hyundai Azera Engine

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The 2013 Hyundai Azera has a 3.3L Lambda II engine with dual overhead cam and variable valve timing. This design means that the car has more space for additional valves, and the valves can self-correct as the car is in operation to adjust for variables like speed or the weight of the occupants or items in the car. Variable valve timing often helps to make performance more uniform regardless of some of these variables. The engine is also a V6 engine. This engine is shaped like a “V” and has three cylinders, six in all, on each side. These cylinders come to a point on top of the engine and slant away from it to form this unique shape. The V6 engine has a greater capacity for power than engines that just use four cylinders. This is because of the greater combustion space offered by the additional cylinders. V6 engines, while known for this power, also have lower rates of fuel economy than four-cylinder engines.



The bore diameter of the engine in the 2013 Hyundai Azera is 92mm and the stroke measurement is 83.8mm. This means that the engines in these cars have an oversquare, or short-stroke engine. These engines perform well and have more torque capability at high speeds. The components with these types of engines make it so that there is a shorter distance traveled with each rotation of the engine, and there is overall less stress on the engine’s crank. There is also more surface area to work with when it comes to the pistons and the heads, and this increases the loss of heat that is created during engine operation. The loss of heat helps an engine to function better at greater rates of speed.

This engine has a much greater compression ratio than many others, at a measurement of 11.5. This higher compression ratio means that the exhaust that is released by the vehicle is at a cooler temperature, resulting in lower amounts of carbon emissions. Overall the performance of the engine is cleaner. Engines with these higher compression rates also tend to be more reliable than engines without these same rates. But it is very important to put the right kind of fuel in cars with these high rates of compression. Because of the higher compression of the fuel, combustion can begin without the spark plug igniting it, and this can damage the engine if higher-octane fuel is not used.