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Re: Kia
« Reply #75 on: July 03, 2018, 06:49:53 PM »
Diesel?

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Diesel!  :thumbsup:

Diesel is excellent - the torque is amazing and it matches an auto/DCT box perfectly....

The 1.7 CRDi produces 141bhp at 4000 RPM and 340 Torques between 1,750 and 2,500 RPM  eeek:
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Re: Kia
« Reply #76 on: July 03, 2018, 06:52:02 PM »
Diesel?

 noooo:

Diesel!  :thumbsup:

Diesel is excellent - the torque is amazing and it matches an auto/DCT box perfectly....

The 1.7 CRDi produces 141bhp at 4000 RPM and 340 Torques between 1,750 and 2,500 RPM  eeek:
and bugger all at 4,100 rpm

except loads of NOx
Well, whatever nevermind

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Re: Kia
« Reply #77 on: July 03, 2018, 06:55:44 PM »
Diesel?

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Diesel!  :thumbsup:

Diesel is excellent - the torque is amazing and it matches an auto/DCT box perfectly....

The 1.7 CRDi produces 141bhp at 4000 RPM and 340 Torques between 1,750 and 2,500 RPM  eeek:
and bugger all at 4,100 rpm

except loads of NOx

Don't talk shite Steve... ::)
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Re: Kia
« Reply #78 on: July 03, 2018, 07:25:18 PM »
Diesel?

 noooo:


Diesel!  :thumbsup:

Diesel is excellent - the torque is amazing and it matches an auto/DCT box perfectly....

The 1.7 CRDi produces 141bhp at 4000 RPM and 340 Torques between 1,750 and 2,500 RPM  eeek:

and bugger all at 4,100 rpm

except loads of NOx


Don't talk shite Steve... ::)

I don't

http://www.automobile-catalog.com/curve/2017/2307410/kia_sportage_2_0_crdi_2wd.html

All diesels drop off big time over 4,000 rpm, it's just a fact

Well, whatever nevermind

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Re: Kia
« Reply #79 on: July 03, 2018, 07:35:57 PM »
Diesel?

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Diesel!  :thumbsup:

Diesel is excellent - the torque is amazing and it matches an auto/DCT box perfectly....

The 1.7 CRDi produces 141bhp at 4000 RPM and 340 Torques between 1,750 and 2,500 RPM  eeek:

and bugger all at 4,100 rpm

except loads of NOx


Don't talk shite Steve... ::)

I don't

http://www.automobile-catalog.com/curve/2017/2307410/kia_sportage_2_0_crdi_2wd.html

All diesels drop off big time over 4,000 rpm, it's just a fact


And it is also a fact that you don't drive a diesel like you do a petrol... ::)

So most likely mine will never see 4,000 rpm...

Why would you...? You have massive Torque (twice as much as the petrol version) at just 1,750 rpm - why would you thrash the arse off it?

Diesels are different, you drive them differently. I'd never had one till I came here 16 years ago but this is my second and the engine of choice... Plus the combined is 4.9l/100Km...  ;)

Shouldn't you be watching the footy...? ::)
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Re: Kia
« Reply #80 on: July 03, 2018, 07:37:25 PM »
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Re: Kia
« Reply #81 on: July 03, 2018, 08:21:52 PM »
Diesel?

 noooo:


Diesel!  :thumbsup:

Diesel is excellent - the torque is amazing and it matches an auto/DCT box perfectly....

The 1.7 CRDi produces 141bhp at 4000 RPM and 340 Torques between 1,750 and 2,500 RPM  eeek:

and bugger all at 4,100 rpm

except loads of NOx


Don't talk shite Steve... ::)

I don't

http://www.automobile-catalog.com/curve/2017/2307410/kia_sportage_2_0_crdi_2wd.html

All diesels drop off big time over 4,000 rpm, it's just a fact


And it is also a fact that you don't drive a diesel like you do a petrol... ::)

So most likely mine will never see 4,000 rpm...

Why would you...? You have massive Torque (twice as much as the petrol version) at just 1,750 rpm - why would you thrash the arse off it?

Diesels are different, you drive them differently. I'd never had one till I came here 16 years ago but this is my second and the engine of choice... Plus the combined is 4.9l/100Km...  ;)

Shouldn't you be watching the footy...? ::)

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Please make up your mind.  You said I was talking shite saying the power disappears above 4,000 rpm and now you agree with me
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Re: Kia
« Reply #82 on: July 03, 2018, 08:28:30 PM »
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Re: Kia
« Reply #83 on: July 03, 2018, 08:34:30 PM »
Diesel?

 noooo:


Diesel!  :thumbsup:

Diesel is excellent - the torque is amazing and it matches an auto/DCT box perfectly....

The 1.7 CRDi produces 141bhp at 4000 RPM and 340 Torques between 1,750 and 2,500 RPM  eeek:

and bugger all at 4,100 rpm

except loads of NOx


Don't talk shite Steve... ::)

I don't

http://www.automobile-catalog.com/curve/2017/2307410/kia_sportage_2_0_crdi_2wd.html

All diesels drop off big time over 4,000 rpm, it's just a fact


And it is also a fact that you don't drive a diesel like you do a petrol... ::)

So most likely mine will never see 4,000 rpm...

Why would you...? You have massive Torque (twice as much as the petrol version) at just 1,750 rpm - why would you thrash the arse off it?

Diesels are different, you drive them differently. I'd never had one till I came here 16 years ago but this is my second and the engine of choice... Plus the combined is 4.9l/100Km...  ;)

Shouldn't you be watching the footy...? ::)

HT in ET

Please make up your mind.  You said I was talking shite saying the power disappears above 4,000 rpm and now you agree with me


No. ::)

Re-read it and you will see you are talking shite.

I didn't say diesel was about power I said it was about torque. Why did you not mention torque and just go with the silly, "and bugger all at 4,100 rpm" straw man...?

Perhaps you have never driven one but I have for the past 16 years. They work perfectly in a auto or DCT - and in a manual too if you appreciate the difference between petrol and diesel, power and torque - which you clearly don't.

You clearly don't like diesel but don't diss them until you have lived with one.

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Re: Kia
« Reply #84 on: July 03, 2018, 08:36:21 PM »
I luv Jim (not like that, obviously)  ::)
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Re: Kia
« Reply #85 on: July 03, 2018, 08:40:51 PM »
I luv Jim (not like that, obviously)  ::)

Quite!  lol:

My last car in the UK was a supercharged 4.0 V8 Jag - I thought it was the best car evah... But diesel is sooo different... and cheap too...

The owld Panjero ( cry:) was a 3.2 and the Sportage is just a 1.7 but I thought I had the bloody thing in Sport mode today!  lol:

Amazing!  eeek:
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Re: Kia
« Reply #86 on: July 03, 2018, 08:57:34 PM »
Diesel?

 noooo:


Diesel!  :thumbsup:

Diesel is excellent - the torque is amazing and it matches an auto/DCT box perfectly....

The 1.7 CRDi produces 141bhp at 4000 RPM and 340 Torques between 1,750 and 2,500 RPM  eeek:

and bugger all at 4,100 rpm

except loads of NOx


Don't talk shite Steve... ::)

I don't

http://www.automobile-catalog.com/curve/2017/2307410/kia_sportage_2_0_crdi_2wd.html

All diesels drop off big time over 4,000 rpm, it's just a fact


And it is also a fact that you don't drive a diesel like you do a petrol... ::)

So most likely mine will never see 4,000 rpm...

Why would you...? You have massive Torque (twice as much as the petrol version) at just 1,750 rpm - why would you thrash the arse off it?

Diesels are different, you drive them differently. I'd never had one till I came here 16 years ago but this is my second and the engine of choice... Plus the combined is 4.9l/100Km...  ;)

Shouldn't you be watching the footy...? ::)

HT in ET

Please make up your mind.  You said I was talking shite saying the power disappears above 4,000 rpm and now you agree with me


No. ::)

Re-read it and you will see you are talking shite.

I didn't say diesel was about power I said it was about torque. Why did you not mention torque and just go with the silly, "and bugger all at 4,100 rpm" straw man...?

Perhaps you have never driven one but I have for the past 16 years. They work perfectly in a auto or DCT - and in a manual too if you appreciate the difference between petrol and diesel, power and torque - which you clearly don't.

You clearly don't like diesel but don't diss them until you have lived with one.

Hell have no fury like a BM whose pet is scorned?

Driven loads of diesels turbo/non turbo, saloons, SUVs, even a dumper truck.  I'm a petrol head not a diesel head

Well, whatever nevermind

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Re: Kia
« Reply #87 on: July 06, 2018, 12:49:05 PM »
I luv Jim (not like that, obviously)  ::)

Just as well, the rest of us had already volunteered Baldymort to give you the talk and explain that isn't what they mean by autoeroticism...

Truth be told I'm not sure who would have been more traumatised by the end of it...  whistle:
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Re: Kia
« Reply #88 on: July 15, 2018, 07:04:30 PM »
She is lovely...  cloud9:

I went 'for a drive' today - I can't remember the last time I was so keen to get in a car that I just went 'for a drive'...  rubschin:

Ended up putting 150Km on the clock, drove up Mount Olympus and back down again... Now have 680Km on the clock and averaging 38mpg since driving out of the showroom...  cloud9: cloud9: cloud9:
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Re: Kia
« Reply #89 on: July 15, 2018, 07:29:43 PM »
She is lovely...  cloud9:

I went 'for a drive' today - I can't remember the last time I was so keen to get in a car that I just went 'for a drive'...  rubschin:

Ended up putting 150Km on the clock, drove up Mount Olympus and back down again... Now have 680Km on the clock and averaging 38mpg since driving out of the showroom...  cloud9: cloud9: cloud9:
:thumbsup:
Well, whatever nevermind