2009 Lancia Delta


At Geneva, Lancia Delta Expands with a new engine 1.8 Di Turbo "cleaner" and more especially powerful. The 200 bhp direct injection petrol which had previously lacked to complete the top range already available.

To the standard "Euro V", this new block house developed by FPT (Fiat Powertrain Technologies) therefore develops 200 horsepower (147 kW) at 5000 rev / min and maximum torque of 320 Nm at 2000 r / min.

Installed a preview on the concept Delta Angels & Demons recognizable by its matte paint Nero Lava (black lava), this engine comes exclusively with a new automatic 6-speed sequential. As for performance, 0 to 100 km / h is done in 7.4 seconds for a combined consumption of 7.8 l/100 km advertised and reduced CO2 emissions to 185 g / km.

In addition, Delta goes upmarket and finish "Executive" is now available in the catalog to seduce the most demanding customers.

It features a new configuration of the rear seats, "enveloping more and more comfortable," according to the manufacturer. As for the dashboard, it is covered in Poltrona Frau leather, the tanner specializes in furniture, already recognized for his work on the Lancia Musa last year. The center console is adorned it with a black lacquer.

The Delta Executive receives serial new electronic suspension with variable damping (Reactive Suspension System) technology available as an option on the rest of the range. The parking system semi-automatic Magic Parking is also among the many standard features (in France).


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