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Author Subject: NOx emissions level
Carl GTI

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Post #1
I don't suppose any one knows the NOx emission levels of a late model (ph3) GTI-6?
Not usually shown on a V5C, so wondering if anyone has this info?
Posted 23rd Mar 2023 at 21:18
welshpug!

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Post #2
It'll be the same for all of them, there was no change in the engine management system in the 4.5 years or so they were built.

Unlike the Xsara which kept going for another 2 years with a more advanced management system with post cat lambda.

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Posted 23rd Mar 2023 at 21:23
Carl GTI

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Post #3
On a related theme, has anyone ordered a Certificate of Conformity for their GTI-6, in advance of the London ULEZ expansion? I don't suppose there's many in the zone.

If so, does the certificate show that the car is compliant or not?
Posted 4th Jul 2023 at 11:58
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Post #4
its most likely euro2, the phase2 xsara sneaking into euro3.

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Posted 4th Jul 2023 at 13:13
Carl GTI

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Post #5
Mines euro2 but am wondering if anyone knows the exact NOx level (g/km)
Posted 4th Jul 2023 at 14:52
rory77

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Post #6
I don't suppose you got anywhere with this did you? I don't really want to pay Peugeot £220 for a CoC if it's still going to be over ULEZ levels (0.08 Nox)
Posted 18th Sep 2023 at 19:32
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Post #7
Unlikely it was measured, the ecu has no way to check and adjust for it.

Euro5 and 6 diesels have a NoX sensor, no idea about petrol engines, later wideband and narrowband lambda equipped catalysts is as close as it gets on the phase2 xsara

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Posted 18th Sep 2023 at 21:01
welshpug!

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Post #8
Seems I was wrong, it was measured.

Phase2 xsara was significantly cleaner.


Http://www.emissionsfinder.com/citroen-xsara-xsara-20i-16v-vts-20cc-2

http://www.emissionsfinder.com/peugeot-306-20-167-bhp-20cc

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Posted 18th Sep 2023 at 21:05

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