Volkswagen Sagitar basic configuration

- Mar 15, 2019-

Volkswagen Sagitar basic configuration

The new Sagitar series is equipped with 1.4TSI, 1.8TSI and 1.6L naturally aspirated three engines, giving consumers more choices. The new 1.6L naturally aspirated 4-cylinder engine technology of the new Sagitar equipment is very mature. Each cylinder has 4 valves, which is smoother than the previous generation. The 2-valve intake and exhaust are more smooth, and the low-speed torque and high-speed power are improved. . A better combustion environment in the engine cylinders further reduces fuel consumption. After re-adjustment, the engine's peak power is 77kW and the peak torque is 155Nm, which is 3kW higher than the previous generation 1.6L engine and the torque is increased by 10Nm. The new 16-valve engine throttle response is more flexible, not only inherits the high torque characteristics of the old engine low speed zone, but also improves the dynamic response of the high speed zone.

The new Sagitar 1.4TSI is equipped with FAW-Volkswagen's advanced 1.4TSI engine, a widely used engine that can be found on both golf and magotan. The 1.4 TSI engine features advanced in-cylinder direct injection and turbocharging technology that is energy efficient and efficient. The 1.4 TSI engine can output up to 96 kW of maximum power and can output a maximum torque of 220 Nm at a lower speed of 1750 rpm. This value can last up to 3,500 rpm. This 1.4TSI engine delivers maximum torque output over a wide range of speeds for continuous and powerful acceleration.

The new Sagitar 1.6L and 1.4TSI versions have manual versions, using Volkswagen's famous MQ series gearbox, 5-speed manual, clear gear and excellent hand feel. The pull-in type is the first of the public, the driver does not have to worry about the gear is not in place, and the suction-in type gives the person an excellent sense of accuracy. The reverse gear continues the popular down-pressure type of the Volkswagen. The arm movements of the reverse gear and the 1st gear are very small, and the quick switching between the reverse and the forward gear is very convenient.

Volkswagen's famous 6-speed Tiptronic gearbox is equipped with the new Sagitar 1.6L, a very classic hand-in-one gearbox. This gearbox was once equipped on the sagitar and has a good market reputation. The 6-speed Tiptronic transmission has a smooth shift and almost no shift in gear shifting. In the sport mode, the timing of shifting is significantly delayed, and the acceleration capability is significantly improved.

The new Sagitar 1.4TSI and 1.8TSI automatic transmissions are powered by a 7-speed DSG transmission. The DSG transmission is Volkswagen's most advanced transmission. The unique design of the dual clutch allows it to have a similar shifting speed. The advanced control module shifts the gear very intelligently, automatically reduces the gear position during acceleration, increases the engine speed, and the high torque and high power output is beneficial to accelerate. The engine is kept in the economic speed range as much as possible. When using the manual function and the sport mode, the shift response is extremely fast, and with engine speed protection, it is very smart.

In addition to the need for a superior powertrain, the superior chassis technology is equally important. The new Sagitar front wheel features a proven and reliable McPherson independent suspension. The optimized front wheel angle provides good steering accuracy, the steering wheel has a positive return force and is moderately sized. The rear wheels feature a more reliable coupling rod. Suspension, during the driving process, adjust the coordinated front and rear suspension to make the body posture elegant and stable.

The advanced and reliable power system and perfect chassis suspension give the new Sagitar excellent driving control genes, and the electric speed-assisted steering system is even more icing on the cake. The electric speed-assisted steering system precisely controls the steering force. The higher the speed, the more stable the steering wheel steering force will be, and the high-speed driving stability will be improved. At low speeds, the steering wheel will become lighter and convenient for parking.