I don't think so: Due to construction restrictions
(sandwich concept) space for engines in the A-Class
is very limited so a turbocharged engine is a way
to have much power from a relatively small engine.
The data are:
142 kw = 193 PS at 4800 rpm
Max torque 280 Newton metres from 1800 to 4850 rpm
(yes, 4850, not 4800)
Available from mid-2005
Displacement 2034 ccm (effectively)
Six-speed manual trans as standard
2 valves per cylinder
Bore 83 mm
Stroke 94 mm
Sodium-cooled exhaust valves
Turbocharger is a joint development of Mercedes
and DaimlerChrysler Research
Meets EU 4 emissions standards
Exhaust manifold is air-gap-insulated and
directly welded to the turbocharger housing
Clutch assembly with dual-mass flywheel
Not enough info?
Ok, some more: ;-)
1st gear 4,21
2nd gear 2,54
3rd gear 1,71
4th gear 1,26
5th gear 1,18
6th gear 0,95
Note short 6th gear which only is 0,95 as opposed
to 0,81 with A 180 CDI and A 200 CDI.
Final drive is unclear to me, either 3,24 or 2,70
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