What is Audi TFSI CoD?

What is Audi TFSI CoD?

The term CoD associated this engine stands for “cylinder on demand”. It means that two of the engine’s four cylinders shut down when only a small amount of power is required, such as in slow traffic or even when maintaining cruising speed.

What is Tfsi CoD Audi?

What is Audi CoD mean?

Cylinder on Demand
The last bit stands for ‘Cylinder on Demand’ which means that the engine can drop from 4 cylinders to 2 cylinders under light load. This means that you get 4-cylinder power when you need it and 2-cylinder efficiency when you don’t. It’s a clever system which increases efficiency without weight.

What is TFSI CoD Audi?

Should I buy an Audi A3 or Audi A4?

Audi A3 or A4? The choice for Audi buyers used to be straightforward: if you wanted a handsome three-box saloon, go for the A4. For something smaller, the A3 was the car of choice. Now that job has become harder thanks to the introduction of the A3 Saloon.

How much HP does the Audi A3 Sportback have?

As with the three-door A3, the five-door Audi A3 Sportback range kicks off with the 120bhp 1.4 TFSI model. So can the least powerful engine punch above its weight?

What is the difference between a TFSI and TDI engine?

The first thing to strike you is how smooth the TFSI engine is. The diesel isn’t exactly gruff, but there’s a familiar rattle during a cold start and under hard acceleration, while the S tronic gearbox seems less at home joined to the TDI, with a hesitancy to its shifts.

How good is the Audi A3’s fuel consumption?

However, that’s only 0.2L/100km better than the standard model, and the newly added plug-in hybrid A3 e-tron that embarrasses it for claimed consumption (1.6L/100km). The engine is a 1.4-litre turbocharged unit producing 110kW of power and 250Nm of torque, and it drives the front wheels through a standard seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox.