Four-cylinder diesel units cover 112 applications and costs up to 40 per cent less than OE
Remanufacturer Ivor Searle has added eight versions of Volkswagen Group’s 2.0 litre TDI engine, covering 112 applications, to its all-makes range for cars and light commercial vehicles.
Arguably the most common Volkswagen Group engine, the four-cylinder diesel unit has become ubiquitous among the Audi, Seat, Škoda, VW car and VW van brands.
The quality remanufactured Ivor Searle new-to-range engines include Pumpe-Düse unit injector versions and later types equipped with common rail high pressure direct injection.
Costing up to 40 per cent less than OE, the latest additions to the Ivor Searle engine programme include units for the Audi A3, A4, A6 and Q5, the VW Golf, Passat, Touran and Tiguan and the Caddy and Crafter vans, as well as the Seat Exeo, Leon and Altea and the Škoda Yeti, Octavia and Superb.
Built to exceed the BS AU257:2002 Code of Practice for remanufacturing engines, the Ivor Searle programme covers around 90 per cent of the UK’s passenger car and LCV parc.
For peace of mind, all Ivor Searle engines are covered by a 12-month unlimited mileage parts and labour warranty.
Ivor Searle holds comprehensive stocks to ensure first class customer service and minimum vehicle downtime and provides free next day UK mainland delivery for stock items ordered before 3.30pm.
For further information, call 01353 720531 or click here.
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