We are very proud to announce that Peugeot’s PureTech petrol engines have been given an award for best in category (1 litre-1.4 litre) in International Engine of the Year 2015.
The PureTech 1.2l 110hp and 130hp Stop & Start engines have impressed a panel of 84 industry experts who claimed:
“PureTech 1.2-litre turbocharged three-cylinder……has raced to victory in 2015, clinching first place by almost 70 points and forcing Volkswagen’s 1.4-litre TSI Twincharger unity into second place“.
Simply put, if you want an engine more efficient, quieter, cleaner……better, then choose a PureTech engine fitted to your Peugeot. Still not convinced? We have included a helpful comparison image below so you can see the difference that PureTech makes. This 3 cylinder marvel manages to outperform all four cylinder rivals in it’s category. Peugeot have proved that less can very much mean more:
More power, more economy, more from your engine
The only thing less on a Peugeot PureTech petrol engine are the carbon emissions – meaning you’ll benefit from a greener car and lower road tax (as well as London Congestion Charging)
What can a PureTech 3 cylinder engine do?
Simply put, everything a standard petrol engine can and more. In fact it outperforms many diesel variants from other manufacturers.
– increases fuel efficiency
– provides less friction
– saves weight in the engine
– saves space in the engine compartment
Peugeot PSA are the European leader in terms of CO2 emissions, with an average of 110.3 grams of CO2 g/km and has a goal (using PureTech engines) to reduce its entire fleet’s CO2 emissions to 95 g/km by the year 2020.
For more on the award winning Peugeot PureTech engine, click here.
What Peugeots have the PureTech engines fitted?
For those of us paying attention, Peugeot PureTech fitted to a 308 and 308 SW means you’re getting an award winning engine fitted to an award winning car – who could ask for more?
Want a lower fuel bill? Choose Peugeot PureTech -the 1.2l VTi 82 5 speed manual as it is capable of up to76.3 mpg.
How does Peugeot PureTech compare to other petrol engines?