Toyota CD engine
The Toyota CD engine is a 1,995 cc (122 cu in) diesel engine used in the Toyota Corolla, RAV4 and other vehicles.
It is a DOHC engine with a bore of 82.2 mm (3.24 in) and stroke of 94.0 mm (3.70 in) with 110 hp (82 kW). The CD Series engines have now largely been replaced by the AD engine. There were two versions: the 1CD-FTV and the more powerful 2CD variant.
The 1CD-FTV (2.0 D-4D) is a compact inline-four turbocharged diesel engine.
- Displacement: 1,995 cc
- Bore x stroke: 82.2 mm (3.24 in) x 94.0 mm (3.70 in)
- Max. power: 114 BHP @ 4000RPM
- Max. torque: 250 N·m (184 lb·ft) at 1800-3000 RPM
- Compression ratio: 18.6:1
- Combustion system: direct injection
- Intake system: variable geometry turbocharger with intercooler
- Valve mechanism: DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
- Fuel injection system: common rail (1,600 bar), 6 hole injectors
- Camshaft drive: timing belt
- Exhaust gas treatment: EGR, equipped with cooler and catalyst
- Emission standard: Euro III
- Fuel consumption combined: 45-50 MPG (Imp)
- CO2 emission combined: 151-165 g/km