The diesels are called differently in some country's. CDI is also the term for the diesel-engines for Mercedes. CRDI is a name that Hyundai uses. Fords got TDCi, so Mazda got CiTD here in Holland. Why 2 engines? Well..... the 90hp will be a bit cheaper offcourse (and slower). Diesels are extremely popular in the West of Europe, so if you (a brand) haven't got a diesel, you won't sell very good. Leasing is also here very common
No it is just a name. If everyone would use the same words, then it would be pretty boring. PSA uses HDi, Renault/Nissan > Dci, BMW just "d", like 330d, Mercedes CDi, VAG (VW, Audi, Seat etc) > TDI, Fiat Group > JTD etc
And yes, the 90 and 110hp engines are both 1.6es. Just like in the Mazda6; 2.0 CiTD 120hp and 2.0 CiTD 136hp
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