@Gurjinder: Got you there!! Below excerpt is from Wikipedia. The second generation Ford Ka uses 1.3 Multijet named as Duratorq TDCi Source: JTD engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ---------- Post added at 10:34 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:11 PM ---------- Gurjinder, Some more information to highlight from the same page. JTD/MultiJet engine Manufacturer Fiat Group/General Motors Maruti Suzuki Tata-Fiat JV (Also called CDTi (Opel) TiD/TTiD (Saab) DDiS (Suzuki) D (Cadillac) Quadra-Jet (Tata) Production 1997–present Displacement 1.3 L 1248 cc 1.6 L 1598 cc 1.9 L 1910 cc (OLD MJD-1/CTDI-1) 2.0 L 1956 cc (MJD-2) 2.4 L 2387 cc Cylinder block alloy cast-iron Cylinder head alloy aluminium alloy Turbocharger Single or twinturbo Fuel type Diesel Cooling system Water cooled Power output 51 kW (70 PS) -154 kW (210 PS) Actually GM has been calling 1910 CC MJD-1 as their 2.00 Ltr CTDI both giving 150 PS (a downgraded version of 1910 CTDi at 120 bhp was sold in optra magnum. They have just put a bigger turbocharger for Cruze to make 150 Ps, engine is still old 1910 cc) Now logical evolution of Multijet -1 (1910 cc) to Multijet -2 (1956 Cc with 8 injectors now against the 5 injectors ), FIAT is also calling it 2.00 Ltr MJD-2 (170 bhp). While GM is still using the Multijet stage-1 (CTDI-1) with old 148 PS in cruze. but They are also using MJD-2 (CTDI-2) in Europe for OPEL though. FIAt couldn't keep the MJD-2 away from VM Motori because of the clause of the pact. It's marry go round actually, You will end up at the same place where you started initially Thanks for this interesting discussion. take care.