As in the post just above your's, the 170 TDI has Piezo Injectors.Isn't the 170 just the 140 with a mild remap? Or does it use some new hardware to help take it that little bit higher?
|Engine cubic capacity||2000|
|Urban||39.8mpg - 7.4l/100km|
|Extra-urban||58.9mpg - 4.8l/100km|
|Combined||49.6mpg - 5.7l/100km|
|Engine noise levels||72.0dB|
|Engine maximum Speed**||126mph - 203km/h|
|Engine acceleration 0-62mph||9.3secs|
|Maximum output PS||140|
|Maximum torque||236 lbs.ft / 320 Nm|
|Insurance group rating||13|
|Engine cubic capacity||1968|
|Urban||35.8mpg - 7.9l/100km|
|Extra-urban||36.5mpg - 5.0l/100km|
|Combined||46.3mpg - 6.1l/100km|
|Engine noise levels||73.0dB|
|Engine maximum Speed**||136mph - 220km/h|
|Engine acceleration 0-62mph||8.2secs|
|Maximum output PS||170|
|Maximum torque||258 lbs.ft / 350 Nm|
|Insurance group rating||n/a|
Thanks 4MOTION, believe me the MK5 residuals aren't great. Mine lost ?9K+ in 20 months. There are just too many 2.0TDI's on the road also available cheap from car supermarkets & second hand. Also, the well reported cost cutting measures to the interior trim, etc. Residuals are a good few % lower than Glasses predicted a few years ago.I hope you enjoy your new Honda and time will tell how that fares in a couple of years.
Golfs have always retained a very high used value as do some Hondas .