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What is the EZ engine?

The EZ engine is used by Honda, Seat and VW uses at least the Accord, Golf, Jetta en Passat. From the data we have collected so far regarding the EZ, it appears that this engine has been used by Honda, Seat en VW in cars from 1983 to 1999.

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How much power does the EZ have?

The power output of the EZ ranges from 54 to 65 kw depending on the year of manufacture, any turbochargers and the model version. The displacement of the EZ varies from 1.587 to 1.595 cc.

Which car models make use of the EZ engine?

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

Car brand Model Model years
Honda Accord 1600 FLH 1983-1985
Honda Accord 1600 STH 1983-1985
Seat Toledo 1.6 1991-1999
VW Golf II 1983-1990
VW Golf II 1986-1990
VW Golf II Automatik 1983-1992
VW Jetta II 1984-1989
VW Passat B3 Lim. 1988-
VW Passat B3 Variant 1988-

Where can I learn more about the EZ?

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

  • Volkswagen Jetta (A6)

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  • Honda Accord (sixth generation)

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  • Volkswagen Golf Mk7

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  • Volkswagen CC

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  • Volkswagen Passat

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  • Honda Accord

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  • Volkswagen Jetta

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  • Volkswagen Golf

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  • SEAT

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  • Seat

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