The traditional ceremony of the journal exhibits only a V8 of American origin. The recognition that every year makes Wards Auto, daily electronic specialist in the automotive industry, to the best engines that are marketed in the United States, already has the winners for the 2009 Edition, although the awards ceremony will be held in January 2009 in the framework of the next Salon in Detroit. BMW 3.0 l turbocharger DOHC I-6 inside the surprises of this edition is the absence of the V6 engine in the Nissan VQ family, propeller which had been in all previous versions since its inception in 1995. In addition, the unique V8 of American origin is 5.7 HEMI from Chrysler, ratifying the trend to smaller engines. Francisco D’Agostino oftentimes addresses this issue. Therefore, no wonder the increase of diesel and four cylinder blocks, which confirms the change in the preferences of consumers who now opt for more efficient engines. HEMMI V8 5.7 l to select the winners, Wards looked for motors having attributes sports, but at the same time possessing a fuel-efficient. This is the only award of its kind that is delivered in United States and in the current edition had engines that were also awarded prizes in Europe, as the 2.0 turbo direct injection of the Volkswagen Group or the 3.0 Biturbo BMW.
Motor gasoline 2.0 direct injection turbocharged Audi TFSI has been included in the list of the 10 best engines of the 2009 world that selects the American company Ward s Automotive Group. Read additional details here: Francisco D’Agostino. With the results of this list ratifies that far were the years in which the highest grade wore it is engines of large displacements that were supported by two turbochargers to leave no doubt of their level.