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    Posted: 14 Aug 2010 at 9:02am
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"All 1.5dCi engines will also feature diesel particulate filter (DPF) fitted as standard and will receive a power increase of +4PS to 110PS."
 
My question is will the power increase lower the 0-60mph time or is it to compensate for any power loss through the new DPF?
 
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I have heard from elsewhere that there will be loss of power.

I am going to be interested to see how it performs in my new Juke....

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Nissan Press Release
http://www.nissanpress.co.uk/press_site/releases/arc_2010/61275nis.htm
 
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"In the diesel line-up every model now benefits from diesel particulate filter technology with the addition of DPF to the 1.5-litre dCi engine. But these green diesel improvements have not come at the expense of power. In fact, the 1.5 dCi’s output has increased from 106PS to 110PS"


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There is your answer kevsw, someone always has an answer in this great forum.
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Yes Thats true Harry
However you cant always believe everything Nissan says......Confused

Only time will tell


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I can't see any benefit for some of the drivers who've got to go on a waste of fuel journey just to clean out the DPF, Not everyones journey is long enough to keep it clean, I think it will put a lot off diesel, I'll wait and see what the DPF is like in 3 years to see if i stay with diesel,

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Yes, understand what you mean Spanner, especially people who live in remote areas, I am getting the 1.5dci with the dpf but Im not unduly worried about it. As I like to put the boot down now and again.
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Hopefully you won't have any trouble with it HarryN-tec, my driving is mostly local but hoping to do more now the hard ride civic is gone, With the info you and some of the others are good enough to give i might be able to stay with diesel   
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so does anybody think an extra +4PS will add anything to the 0-60 time- fraction of a second?
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Originally posted by HarryN-TEC HarryN-TEC wrote:

Yes, understand what you mean Spanner, especially people who live in remote areas, I am getting the 1.5dci with the dpf but Im not unduly worried about it. As I like to put the boot down now and again.
 i'm not worried at all because i dont know the meaning of slow i leave all that to james mayLOLLOLLOL
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Is it ever worth putting 4PS as a so called power increase, don't you think 15PS or more would have made more sense and make it worth while doing, do you agree disagree,
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Not being a mechanic I would not know anything about that. Leave that to the techies.
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An extra 4 bhp....I doubt you'd really feel it to be honest, however with the bhp increase I'm assuming there's a bit of extra torque too (?).
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when my dealer tested the new engine he said it was noticably slower than the non dpf engine ????
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Originally posted by craigfishin craigfishin wrote:

when my dealer tested the new engine he said it was noticably slower than the non dpf engine ????


I was thinking about this.

Assuming this was on a test/fleet vehicle that did a lot of pootling/stop/start small runs then the dpf would be full of "£%$ and would drag the engine performance down.


Using VW land as an example.

The cars can do a "forced" regeneration drawing more power from the electrics and using diesel to burn off the soot on the filter.

In these circumstances I'd imagine this would make it feel like it was running rich / down on power when knocking around town.

If the car doesn't finish a full regeneration it just does it again at each start up until it either completes or breaks down Shocked

Also does a dpf impact air flow / lower exhaust pressure?

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thats exactly what my dealer said ,the airflow is slowed and struggles through the filter even when clean .so it can only get worse (slower)as it fills with crap and soot
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I bought my new Qasqai in August 2010. 1.5 dci n-tec.
It comes with the old power spec which is 106 PS, do you think this 4PS power increase is applicable for my engine too?
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Hi & welcome erdi,
Think that applieds to the new euro 5 engine.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote erdi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Oct 2010 at 12:02pm
I will ask this to the dealer, when I get an answer I'll post it here as well. The engine is the same renault K9K, torque is the same. My car is just two months old, euro-5 should be about emission I think. Anyway I live in Germany and I am very happy with the car for the first two months..
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What colour do you have, I got my n-tec on the 14th Sept in pearl black and its a euro 4  1.5dci.
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