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Will the new TT TDi have the Adblue system?
 

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Jersey Paul said:
Will the new TT TDi have the Adblue system?
Not sure but it does come with a free Wurzels CD :lol:
 

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Are there any passenger cars using Adblue? I thought it was for trucks? To be clear, VAG's "Blue Motion" range of cars do not, as far as I know, use Adblue technology.
 

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The Q7 will have Adblue.
Thought it might filter through the range to all TDi especially ones that offer the latest technology.
 

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jakeman said:
Jersey Paul said:
Will the new TT TDi have the Adblue system?
Not sure but it does come with a free Wurzels CD :lol:
Oh and it runs on Cider/Biodiesel thats what makes it eco friendly :wink:
 

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Oh and it runs on Cider/Biodiesel thats what makes it eco friendly :wink:
there's a girl here at work who says whenever she gets a prick in her hand she always puts it in cider ... at least, i think that's what she says :lol:
 

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Its not going to be easy to tell the petrol and diesel versions apart. Both sound the same at idle. :?
 

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Makes me laugh. Audi claim 'advancement through technology' yet all the other car manufactures have had common rail engines for a good 6, 7 years. :lol:
Let me guess FSI is something new too - Didn't ford use it under the name SCI back in 2000.

Come on Audi, wake up and smell what you're shoveling.
 

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Never liked the PD engines. I couldn't understand why VW persisted with them for as long as they did. Know we know!

So we can expect Audi and VW to launch HDDVD players next year then :p
 

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Adblue is a water based urea injection system (depending on vehicle, the bottle can get refilled at each service, or can need to be topped up ocassionally). Merc are putting this technology on their new US-market diesel SUVs (yes, they are about to start doing diesel in the US).

It's used to lower the NOx emissions of a diesel engine; without it I doubt it would be possible to get a diesel car to pass an american emissions test (even the non california regs) while still maintaining reasonable cost and performance.

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