Great Wall Gw4n20 Engine

The 2.0-liter turbo engine Great Wall GW4N20 is produced at the Hycet factory since 2020 and is installed in popular models such as Dargo or the third generation of the H6 crossover. This gasoline engine stands out in its lineup with the Miller cycle's economical operation. Other engines in the range include: GW4B15, GW4B15A, GW4B15D, GW4C20, and GW4C20A.

Technical specifications of the GW4N20 2.0 GDIT engine.

Exact capacity1998 cm³
Power systemdirect injection
Engine power192 - 241 HP
Torque320 - 385 nm
Engine blockaluminum R4
Block headaluminum 16v
Cylinder diameter82.0 mm
Piston stroke.94.6 mm
Compression ratio12.0
Engine featuresMiller Cycle
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivechain
Timing phase adjusteron both ramparts
What oils to use5.0 liters 0W-20
Fuel type95
Environmental classEURO 5/6
Approximate life expectancy250 000 HP

Fuel consumption Great Wall Gw4n20 Engine

Using the example of the 2022 Haval Dargo with a robotic transmission:
City10.9 litry
Route6.7 litry
Mixed8.3 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

The weight of the GW4N20 engine according to the catalog is 157 kg. The engine number GW4N20 can be found on the front cover of the engine. This turbocharged engine has recently appeared and has minimal failure statistics. However, some owners are already complaining about oil consumption from the first kilometers of mileage. The use of higher quality analogues often helps in combating excessive oil consumption. Like all direct injection units, it suffers from carbon deposits on the intake valves. It is also worth noting that this engine received an aluminum block instead of a cast iron one.

Engine Great Wall Gw4n20

Big Dog I2020 - CE
Big Dog II2023 - CE
Dargo I2022 - CE
H6 III2020 - CE

Engines from the same line as Great Wall Gw4n20 Engine

See Also

Great Wall Gw4g15b engine

The 1.5-liter turbocharged engine Great Wall GW4G15B has been produced at the company's factory since 2013 and is installed in popular models of the Chinese company such as Hover H6 and Haval H6. This engine is actually a clone of the well-known Japanese Toyota 1NZ-FE engine. Other clones of Toyota engines include: GW4G15, GW4G15F, GW4G15K, and GW491QE.

Great Wall 4g69s4n engine

The 2.4-liter engine Great Wall 4G69S4N has been produced at a Chinese factory since 2009 and installed in many models of the conglomerate, but it is mainly known in our country from the Hover H5 and H6 SUVs. Based on the Mitsubishi engine 4G69, power units were also created for BYD, JMC, and Landwind vehicles. Mitsubishi clones include: 4G63S4M, 4G63S4T, and 4G64S4M.

Great Wall Gw4b15a engine

The 1.5-liter Great Wall GW4B15A engine has been produced at the factory in China since 2020 and is installed in the popular F7 crossover and its counterpart, the F7x, in the domestic market. This turbocharged engine differs from its predecessor in terms of a different turbine and a 350-bar injection system. Own engines: GW4B15, GW4B15D, GW4C20B, GW4C20NT, and GW4N20.

Great Wall Gw4c20nt engine

The 2.0-liter turbocharged engine Great Wall GW4C20NT has been produced by the company since 2018 and is installed in the very popular F7 crossover and its similar counterpart, the F7x. In some sources, this engine is confused with its predecessor, which was designated as GW4C20. Own engines: GW4B15, GW4B15A, GW4B15D, GW4C20A, and GW4C20B.

BMW M60 engine

The BMW M60 engine series, with eight cylinders and a displacement of 3.0 and 4.0 liters, was produced from 1992 to 1996 and installed in popular models of the E34 5 Series and the E32 and E38 7 Series. The company Alpina used this engine to create their powerful power units, achieving a displacement of up to 4.6 liters and 340 horsepower. The V8 engine lineup also includes the following units: M62, N62, and N63.

Ford Jtma Engine

1.6-liter Ford JTMA and JTMB or Kuga 1.6 EcoBoost engine was installed from 2012 to 2016 and fitted in the front-wheel drive versions of the second generation popular crossover Kuga before the facelift. The same engine was also used in the Focus model as JTDA and JTDB, as well as in the Fiesta under the JTJA index. The 1.6 EcoBoost engine range also includes: - JQMA, - JQDA, and - JTBA.