Could the next-generation BMW M3 and M4 models return to their four-cylinder roots? Continue Reading...
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The popularity of fuel-efficient, four-cylinder engines are on the rise with 55.8 percent of new vehicles sold or leased in the U.S. during the first half of 2013 equipped with smaller engines. Continue Reading...
Stringent new fuel economy standards and the rising price of gasoline are forcing automakers to rethink their engine lineups, and Ford says about 66 percent of all new vehicles will use four-cylinder mills by 2020. Continue Reading...
In the never-ending search for more fuel efficient engines that offer respectable performance, Mercedes-Benz is co-developing new four-cylinder powerplants with Renault. Continue Reading...
Ford has been pushing its EcoBoost turbocharging and direct injection gas engines hard in recent years, aiming to significantly improve its fleet wide fuel economy to meet CAFE targets while maintaining performance. Continue Reading...
As fuel prices continue to rise, fuel economy in our cars becomes a bigger issue on a daily basis. Volvo announced at the Chicago Auto Show that they are working towards a line-up of automobiles that utilize nothing but four cylinder engines. Within five years, U.S. president and chief executive officer of Volvo John Maloney says… Continue Reading...
Both facilities have been conceived so that Jaguar Land Rover can replace, as quickly as possible the four-cylinder gasoline and turbo diesel engines it currently sources from Ford Motor Company, which have proven to be relatively expensive. Continue Reading...
Today’s four-cylinder engines are much more refined and powerful, to the point that the old adage ‘there’s no replacement for displacement’ doesn’t really apply any more. Continue Reading...
Another source reported that the four-banger powered Crosstour will probably come in front-drive form only (at least initially) and restricted to more basic trim levels (possibly DX, LX and EX) as well as a corresponding lower MSRP to help bolster sales. Continue Reading...