Four-cylinder turbodiesels replace five-cylinder engines
VOLKSWAGEN has unveiled a facelifted Crafter large van range in Hannover.
As well as a new family VW face, with a wider front grille, the vans now have new, advanced engines that offer more power, better fuel economy and operating costs up to 25% lower than the current model.
As on the Transporter range, four-cylinder 2.0-litre turbodiesel engines with common rail direct injection now replace the five-cylinder engines under the bonnet.
The entry-level engine, a 109PS TDI, outputs a constant maximum torque over a broader range – from 1,500rpm to 2,250rpm. With this engine, the Crafter