The new Territory’s diesel engine is cutting-edge. It’s cleaner, more economical and quieter than you’d imagine a diesel could be. So when it comes to the new Territory diesel, there really are no compromises.
Economical & Efficient
Territory's new 2.7L V6 High Pressure Common Rail Turbo Diesel engine provides improved engine power and torque and improved fuel efficiency compared to previous indirect injection diesel engines. It achieves outstanding fuel economy of 8.2L/100km1 for RWD models and 8.8 - 9.0L/100km1 for AWD models.
So big trips needn’t mean big fuel bills, and small trips around town can be done for less than you’d expect. And if getting out of town and onto the open road is your thing, the new Territory diesel delivers even more. The petrol variants, featuring a 6-speed automatic transmission, have achieved significant fuel economy improvements, boasting 10.6L/100km1 on RWD models.
Easier on the environment
The advanced diesel technology of the cutting edge 2.7L V6 Common Rail Turbo Diesel engine not only delivers outstanding fuel economy, it also produces fewer CO2 emissions compared to equivalent petrol alternatives2, making it your ideal choice for today and tomorrow.
|Series||All||TX, TS||Titanium||5 Doors||All||All|
|Transmission||6-Speed Auto||6-Speed Auto||6-Speed Auto||5-Speed Auto||5-Speed Auto||5-Speed Auto|
|Fuel economy (L/100kms)1||8.2||8.8, 9.0||9.0||8.5||8.5||8.8|
|CO2 emissions (g/km)1||217||232||236||225||224||233|
|Transmission||6-Speed Auto||5-Speed Auto||5-Speed Auto||5-Speed Auto||5-Speed Auto||6-Speed Auto|
|Fuel economy (L/100kms)1||10.6||11.0||11.6||11.5||11.7||11.3|
|CO2 emissions (g/km)1||249||259||271||271||279||270|
1 Figure obtained from controlled tests using ADR 81/02 (combined). Actual fuel consumption may vary. Fuel economy for TX Diesel AWD is 8.8L/100km and for TS Diesel AWD & Titanium Diesel AWD is 9.0L/100km.
2Territory diesel CO2 emissions of 217g/km on RWD models compared to Territory petrol CO2 emissions of 249g/km on RWD models.
+ Competitor figures were sourced from http://greenvehicleguide.com.au on 24th Feb 2011.