Fiat Multijet Diesel

The Fiat Multijet diesel engine was everywhere in India for a while. You could find it in tons of cars, like the Maruti Swift, Tata Bolt, and Fiat Punto. It sipped gas and kept your wallet happy, which is why everyone loved it. This engine is what really got people hooked on small diesel cars in India.

Maruti Suzuki 800

A classic engine that powered many popular Maruti Suzuki cars in India for almost 40 years is no more. This engine, which ran from 1983 to 2022, saw upgrades over the years, but its basic design remained the same. It was used in cars like the Maruti 800, Omni, Alto, and even the Alto-800. Maruti Suzuki stopped making this engine when they discontinued the Alto-800.

Honda 1.5L i-VTEC

Honda's City has always been a hit with fans for its sporty engine. The i-VTEC engine, known for its smooth performance and high revs, has been a key part of that appeal since the very beginning. Even attracting luxury car buyers, the City's 1.5L engine continues to offer a fun and reliable driving experience.

Tata Dicor

Tata Motors' Dicor engine rose to prominence upon its introduction in the Safari Dicor. This refined and powerful engine represented a significant advancement over its predecessor. The 2.2 Dicor's versatility extended beyond the Safari Dicor, finding application in numerous Tata commercial vehicles such as the Safari Storme, Tata Hexa, and Xenon.

Hyundai 1.6L CRDi

Many drivers loved the powerful Hyundai 1.6L CRDi engine for its fast acceleration. However, it was replaced by a smaller 1.5L engine to meet stricter emission standards.

Toyota 3.0L D-4D

The Toyota 3.0 D-4D engine earned a reputation for international reliability. It was trusted to power some of Toyota's most enduring vehicles, like the Hilux and Fortuner, known for tackling tough terrain and conditions. This engine's robust design and high performance made it a popular choice for those who demanded dependable power.

Mahindra mHAWK

A powerful and dependable diesel engine, the Mahindra mHAWK, has been a key part of Mahindra's success for years. You'll find it in some of their most popular SUVs, including the Scorpio N, XUV700, Thar, and Scorpio Classic. This long-lasting engine is a big reason why these Mahindra vehicles are so popular in India.

Maruti K-Series

Maruti swapped out the old engines in most of their cars, from the tiny Alto to the bigger Grand Vitara, for this new K-Series engine. It's like the go-to engine for Maruti now because it's known to be dependable and super fuel-efficient. So, if you're looking at a new Maruti, that K-Series engine is probably what's making it zoom around.

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