Audi Crec Engine

The 3.0-liter turbocharged engine Audi CREC 3.0 TFSI has been produced at the company's facilities since 2014 and installed in popular models of the German company, such as A6, A7, and Q7 crossover. This engine is equipped with a combined fuel injection system and belongs to the EA837 EVO series. The EA837 line also includes engines: BDX, BDW, CAJA, CGWA, CGWB, and AUK.

Technical engine data Audi CREC 3.0 TFSI.

Exact capacity2995 cm³
Power systemMPI + FSI
Engine power333 HP
Torque440 nm
Engine blockaluminum V6
Block headaluminum 24v
Cylinder diameter84.5 mm
Piston stroke.89 mm
Compression ratio10.8
Engine featuresDOHC
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivechain
Timing phase adjusteron intake and exhaust.
Turbochargingcompressor
What oils to use6.8 liters 5W-30
Fuel type98
Environmental classEURO 6
Approximate life expectancy250 000 HP

Fuel consumption Audi Crec Engine

For example, the 2016 Audi Q7 with automatic transmission:
City9.4 litry
Route6.8 litry
Mixed7.7 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

This engine has not been in production for so long and the statistics of breakdowns have not been formed yet. The use of new cast iron sleeves has virtually eliminated the problem of scuffing. However, catalytic converters still deteriorate quickly due to poor quality fuel. The main cause of severe timing chain cracking is often wear of hydraulic tensioners. In our operating conditions, the temperamental fuel injection pump often fails.

Engine Audi Crec

Audi
A6 C7 (4G)2014 - 2017
A7 C7 (4G)2014 - 2016
Q7 2 (4M)2015 - CE

Engines from the same line as Audi Crec Engine

See Also

Audi Aeh engine

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Audi Engine Amb

The 1.8-liter turbocharged Audi 1.8 T AMB engine was factory-mounted from 2000 to 2005 and used in the popular A4 model for the American market, in the B6 body type. This powertrain is well-known in our country due to the import of cars from the USA. The EA113-1.8T lineup includes the following engines: AGU, AUQ, AWC, AWM, and AWT.

Audi Alt Engine

The 2.0-liter petrol engine Audi 2.0 ALT was produced by the company from 2000 to 2008 and installed in models with a longitudinal engine layout, such as A4, A6, or Passat. Unfortunately, this powertrain is known in the secondary market for its high oil consumption. The EA113-2.0 engine line also includes the following power units: APK, AXA, AQY, AZJ, AZM, and BSX.

Audi CRDB engine

The 4.0-liter engine Audi CRDB or RS7 4.0 TFSI was produced by the company from 2013 to 2018 and was installed in such sports models of the German concern as RS6 or RS7 in the C7 body. There were also more powerful Performance versions with the CWUC engine producing 605 horsepower. The EA824 series includes the following code designations: ABZ, AEW, AXQ, BAR, BFM, BVJ, CDRA, and CEUA.

Ford E5sa engine

The 2.3-liter 16-valve Ford E5SA or 2.3 I4 DOHC engine was installed from 2000 to 2006 only in the first-generation restyled Galaxy minivan. Before the update, this engine was called Y5B and was a variant of the well-known Y5A unit. Also included in the I4 DOHC engine lineup is the ZVSA unit.

Mazda Lff7 engine

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