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The model is equipped with the same naturally aspirated 4.
All Astra's get six-speed manual gearboxes, except the naturally aspirated 1.
com) says combining smaller displacement with its electric supercharger makes such "extreme downsizing" feasible because it gives the smaller motor a low-speed transient torque response time close to that of a larger naturally aspirated engine.
These mechanical engines are available in naturally aspirated, turbocharged and air-to-air aftercooled configurations.
5-litre all-alloy petrol engines producing 107bhp in naturally aspirated set up and 147bhp with turbo charging Specification is generous in both safety and luxury items on board.
SAAB is set to broaden the appeal of the 9-3 Sport Saloon with the addition of a naturally aspirated 1.
Costing pounds 16,995 on-theroad, the Forester Sport is based on the naturally aspirated two litre but has the styling of the Turbo and comes with air-conditioning, sixspoke 15-inch alloy wheels plus leather-covered gearknob, handbrake lever and Momo steering wheel.
Costing pounds 16,995 on-the-road, the Forester Sport is based on the naturally aspirated two litre but has the styling of the Turbo and comes with air- conditioning, six-spoke 15 ins alloy wheels plus leather-covered gear-knob, handbrake lever and Momo steering wheel.