VW CBFA engine

The 2.0-liter turbocharged engine VW CBFA 2.0 TSI was produced by the company between 2008 and 2013, and it was only installed in models intended for the American market, such as the Eos, Golf GTI, and Passat CC. The engine was designed to meet the stringent SULEV environmental regulations in California. The following engines also belong to the EA888 gen1 series: CAWA, CAWB, CCTA, and CCTB.

Technical specifications of the VW CBFA 2.0 TSI engine.

Exact capacity1984 cm³
Power systemdirect injection
Engine power200 HP
Torque280 nm
Engine blockcast iron R4
Block headaluminum 16v
Cylinder diameter82.5 mm
Piston stroke.92.8 mm
Compression ratio9.6
Engine featuresDOHC
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivechain
Timing phase adjusterat the inlet
TurbochargingKKK K03
What oils to use4.6 liters 5W-30
Fuel type95
Environmental classSULEV
Approximate life expectancy280 000 HP

Fuel consumption VW CBFA engine

Using the example of the VW Passat CC 2.0 TSI from 2012 with an automatic transmission:
City12.1 litry
Route6.4 litry
Mixed8.5 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

The dry weight of the CBFA engine according to the catalog is 152 kg. The CBFA engine number is located at the junction with the gearbox. The main complaints are related to the short lifespan of the timing chain, sometimes less than 100,000 km. The second most common issue is unstable engine performance due to carbon deposits on the valves. Dirty swirl flaps often serve as the cause of fluctuating RPM. The stock oil separator often fails, leading to increased oil consumption. Weak points of the engine include unreliable ignition coils and catalytic converter.

Engine Vw Cbfa

A3 2 (8P)2008 - 2013
TT 2 (8J)2008 - 2010
Golf 5 (1K)2008 - 2009
Golf 6 (5K)2009 - 2013
Eos 1 (1F)2008 - 2009
Passat CC (35)2008 - 2012

See Also

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The 1.4-liter 16-valve Volkswagen engine, model 1.4 AXP, was produced from 2000 to 2004 and installed in the fourth generation of the Golf model, as well as similar models such as Bora, Octavia, Toledo, and Leon. This engine replaced a similar engine AKQ at that time, and later it was itself replaced by BCA. The EA111-1.4 engine lineup includes: AEX, AKQ, BBY, BCA, BUD, CGGB, and CGGB.

VW CFNA engine

The 1.6-liter, 16-valve Volkswagen 1.6 CFNA engine was produced from 2010 to 2016 and is mainly known for its popular models in our market such as the Polo Sedan and Rapid. This powertrain was noticed during a mass service campaign regarding the replacement of the piston-crankshaft assembly. The EA111-1.6 engine lineup includes: ABU, AEE, AUS, AZD, BCB, BTS, and CFNB.

VW Engine Aqn

The 2.3-liter gasoline engine Volkswagen AQN 2.3 VR5 was produced from 2000 to 2005 and installed in the Golf 4 and other models on the same platform with a transverse engine layout. A similar power unit, which was longitudinally mounted in the Passat B5, is indexed as AZX. The EA395 line also includes the following engines: - AGZ - AZX

VW Aft Engine

The Volkswagen 1.6 AFT engine, with a displacement of 1.6 liters, was installed at the company factory from 1995 to 1999 and used in popular models of the group, such as the third generation Golf, fourth generation Passat, and Vento. This engine became one of the first representatives of the new family with an aluminum block. The EA827-1.6 engine line also includes the ADP and PN engines.

VW Engine Bpy

2.0-liter gasoline engine Volkswagen BPY 2.0 TFSI was produced from 2005 to 2009 and installed in popular models such as Golf 5, Jetta 5, Passat B6, and Audi A3 in the 8P body type. This type of engine is most commonly found in cars on the American market. The EA113-TFSI line also includes engines: AXX and BWA.

Ford Mha engine

The 1.7-liter Ford MHA or MHB engine, also known as the 1.7 Zetec S with 125 horsepower, was produced from 1997 to 2001 and exclusively installed in the original sports coupe Puma, which was based on the Fiesta hatchback. A version of the engine with 155 horsepower and a torque of 162 Nm was available in a limited series of 500 units. The Zetec SE line also includes the following engines: FUJA, FXJA, and FYDA.