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What is the CBFA engine?

The CBFA engine is used by VW uses at least the Beetle, Jetta en Passat. From the data we have collected so far regarding the CBFA, it appears that this engine has been used by VW in cars from 2005 to 2013.

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How much power does the CBFA have?

The power output of the CBFA is 147kW. The displacement of the CBFA is 1.984 cc.

Which car models make use of the CBFA engine?

At this time, our records show that the CBFA was used in the cars listed below:

Car brand Model Model years
VW Beetle 2.0 TSI 2011-2013
VW Beetle 2.0 TSI Cabrio 2012-2013
VW Jetta V 2.0 GTI 2005-2009
VW Jetta V 2.0 GTI 2005-2010
VW Jetta VI 2.0 TSI 2011-2013
VW Passat B6 2.0 T 2005-2010
VW Passat B6 2.0 T 2005-2008
VW Passat B6 2.0 T Variant 2005-2008
VW Passat B6 2.0 T Variant 2005-2010

Where can I learn more about the CBFA?

The following Wikipedia pages might over more information about the CBFA:

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