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Despite its high 10.0:1 compression ratio, the 2ZR-FE engine does not require premium fuel.
Toyota Racing Development (TRD) offers two performance-directed
The Toyota Scion xD, the compact hatchback entering in Toyota’s youth directed Scion line, has no engine changes for 2010. The xD’s only engine is Toyota’s 1.8-liter 2ZR-FE locomotive, which makes 128 horsepower and 125 lb-ft of torque.
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Toyota introduced the 2ZR-FE engine in 2007, shortly before the debut of the xD model. Like the older 1.8-liter 1ZZ-FE engine it replaced, it is a 16-valve, DOHC inline four with an aluminum block and head. Toyota says the newer engine has much lower internal friction, for better fuel economy.
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It is shared by the xD, the Toyota Corolla, the Toyota Matrix, and the Pontiac Vibe, although the xD version has slightly less HP than the others.
The 2ZR-FE engine is designed for low emissions and good mid-range response, rather than maximum HP.
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It is notably undersquare, with a bore of 80.5 mm and a stroke of 88.3 mm, improving low-end torque at the expense of high-speed power.
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It uses Toyota’s Dual Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (Dual VVT-i) on both the intake and exhaust camshafts, varying the valve overlap (the amount of time the intake and exhaust valves are open simultaneously) for better drivability.
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The system also reduces catalytic converter warm-up time, improving cold-start emissions.
Toyota’s company website claims this engine has the highest fuel efficiency in its class. The 2010 xD’s EPA fuel economy rating is 27/33 with either transmission, which compares well with the 1.5-liter Honda Fit, rated at 27/33 with manual shift and 28/35 with automatic.
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Despite its high 10.0:1 compression ratio, the 2ZR-FE locomotive does not require premium fuel.
Toyota Racing Development (TRD) offers two performance-directed accessories for this engine: a Performance Air Filter (MSRP $80) and a Sport Muffler (MSRP $469). The TRD catalog claims the Sport Muffler improves HP, but it does not indicate how much.