VISITOR Between the Engine power 66KW/6000 as opposed to 67KW/3750 rpm - which of the two is better and stronger
VISITOR and why?
AGENT you are unfortunately comparing petrol with diesel
VISITOR both are Diesel engines
AGENT you have written Trend petrol
VISITOR its Diesel all the way
VISITOR My query as posed earlier was 'Between the Engine power 66KW/6000 as opposed to 67KW/3750 rpm - which of the two is better and stronger'
AGENT any car which deliver max power at lower RPm is a better more powerful car
AGENT that is the best way to read power and torque and not get taken up by bigger numerators without looking at denominators
VISITOR then how is it that the acceleration is better with the engine having more power?
AGENT acceleration is a diff subject.
AGENT power is a derived figure and we will start getting tech if we go in that direction, which is quite avoidable
AGENT how one should read 67KW/3750 rpm - its max power at a given rpm
AGENT means the car generates 67KW of turning power at 3750 rpm
VISITOR fair enough. But should it not also mean to generate more acceleration given that it has been able to generate more power and lower rpm?
AGENT what I suggest that you look at Power Torque curve of any car, you will able to understand how it works
AGENT and as mentioned earlier I would like to avoid absolute tech discussion
VISITOR ok. Cheers for now
AGENT pleasure, have a good day
VISITOR you too.