Nissan CD engine

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This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Japanese Wikipedia.
CD20T engine at the Nissan Engine Museum

The Nissan CD engine is a diesel version of the Nissan CA engine that replaced the Nissan LD 4-cylinder engine. It was used from 1980 to the late 1990s until it was replaced by the Nissan YD engine.

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CD17

  • 1680cc

CD17 (early)

61 PS (44.9 kW; 60.2 bhp) @ 5000 rpm
10.6 kg·m (104 N·m; 77 lb·ft) @ 2800 rpm

CD17 (late)

55 PS (40.5 kW; 54.2 bhp) @ 5000 rpm
10.6 kg·m (104 N·m; 77 lb·ft) @ 2800 rpm

CD20

  • 1973cc

76 PS (55.9 kW; 75.0 bhp) @ 4800 rpm
13.5 kg·m (132 N·m; 98 lb·ft) @ 2800 rpm

CD20E

  • Electronically Controlled

76 PS (55.9 kW; 75.0 bhp) @ 4800 rpm
13.5 kg·m (132 N·m; 98 lb·ft) @ 2800 rpm

CD20T

  • turbocharged

91 PS (66.9 kW; 89.8 bhp) @ 4400 rpm
18.8 kg·m (184 N·m; 136 lb·ft) @ 2400 rpm

CD20Ti

  • turbocharged and intercooled

100 PS (73.5 kW; 98.6 bhp) @ 4000 rpm
21.0 kg·m (206 N·m; 152 lb·ft) @ 2400 rpm

CD20ET1

  • electronically controlled and turbocharged

97 PS (71.3 kW; 95.7 bhp) @ 4000 rpm
20.0 kg·m (196 N·m; 145 lb·ft) @ 2400 rpm

CD20ET2

  • electronically controlled and turbocharged

91 PS (66.9 kW; 89.8 bhp) @ 4400 rpm
19.5 kg·m (191 N·m; 141 lb·ft) @ 2400 rpm

CD20ETi

  • electronically controlled and turbocharged with intercooler

105 PS (77.2 kW; 103.6 bhp) @ 4000 rpm
22.5 kg·m (221 N·m; 163 lb·ft) @ 2000 rpm

See also

List of Nissan engines

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ja:日産・CDエンジン

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