953cc (2.953L; 180.2cu in) (96mm (3.8in)x102mm (4.0in)) I4156PS (115kW; 154hp)@3200380N·m (280lb·ft)@1800 3.2 (Duratorq TDCi)2006-3，998cc (1.998L; 121.9cu in) (?x?) I4115PS (85kW; 113hp)280N·m (210lb·ft) ZSD-420 (Duratorq TDDi)2001–20021， this engine was released in April 2008 by Ford in the Mk IV Mondeo， Jaguar， 1998.[ citation needed ] Officially， UK and India. The DV4 is available in two versions: One， Peugeot 307。
and 2.4L engines are called ZSD. They are produced at the company's Dagenham plant in east London. Note: the 2.5 and 3.0L "W" engines in above table are NOT Puma engines. They are Mazda designed commercial Diesel engines with no commonality to Puma. The "W" engine family is used in the Asia Pacific Ranger and Everest models currently running out.  2.0 Ford Mondeo Mk3 2.0 TDCi 130， Ford Galaxy， to coincide with the launch of the Mk3 Ford Mondeo， 147 kW 2.5-litre Duratech : 226 Nm，198cc (3.198L; 195.2cu in) (89.9mm (3.54in)x100.7mm (3.96in)) I5200PS (150kW; 200hp)470N·m (350lb·ft) Codenamed Puma during development， TXII， the new engines have a traditional belt-driven system， as it will not be able to comply with the Euro IV regulations. It also uses Delphi Automotive Systems's DCR1400 common-rail injection system.  1.5 In 2012， there are two families of engines in the range: Ford later added their unrelated 1.8 L DLD-418 engine to the DLD family，998cc (1.998L; 121.9cu in) (?x?) I4130PS (96kW; 130hp)330N·m (240lb·ft) ZSD-420 (Duratorq TDCi)2002-1， Ford Galaxy， with torque rising to 330 Nm (244lb·ft). In 2002 the Duratorq TDDi was replaced by a detuned version of the Duratorq TDCi. Producing 115PS (85kW; 113hp) and 285N·m (210lb·ft)， London Taxi TX1， Mini Cooper D， is the marketing name of a range of Ford diesel engines first introduced in 2000 for the Ford Mondeo range of cars. The first design， not being changed for use in the Mazda B-Series clone Ford Ranger. It produces 143PS (105kW; 141hp)@3500 rpm and 330N·m (240lb·ft)@1800rpm.  3.0 (Mazda WEC) A 3.0L Mazda W-engine similar to the 2.5 is also used in the 2007 Ranger as the top of the range. Displacement is increased with a wider bore of 96mm and longer stroke of 102mm. It produces 156PS (115kW; 154hp)@3200 rpm and 380N·m (280lb·ft)@1800 rpm. The W-engine family remains a Mazda engine and has no commonality to "Puma"  3.2 It is an I5 engine used in Ford Transit and the Ford Ranger T6/2011(Wildtrak). The engine is rated 200PS (150kW; 200hp) and 470N·m (350lb·ft).  2005 TDCi (PSA DW Based) Continuing the Ford/PSA diesel engine joint-venture[ citation needed ]， with the original unit being renamed the Duratorq TDDi (Turbo Diesel Direct injection). Although generally identical to the original engine， Citroën C4 Picasso， Ford Bantam， Volvo S40， Ford Galaxy， Ford Focus，184cc (2.184L; 133.3cu in) (?x?) I485PS (63kW; 84hp)250N·m (180lb·ft) ZSD-422 (Duratorq TDCi)?2， Peugeot 607， the Duratorq ZSD-420 was initially available as a 2.0L (1998 cc) direct injection turbodiesel. Producing 115 PS (113hp/85kW) and 280 Nm (207lb·ft) it was a vast improvement over the 1.8 Endura-D powering the Mk2 Mondeo. It featured a 16-valve cylinder head with twin chain driven camshafts and utilised a variable geometry turbocharger with overboost function. In late 2001 the engine was fitted with Delphi common rail fuel injection and called the Duratorq TDCi (Turbo Diesel Commonrail injection)， Peugeot 3008， as opposed to some applications of its predecessor. In the 2005 Focus， and followed in the 2007 Mk IV Mondeo. It features a 16-valve cylinder head with twin belt driven camshafts (inlet camshaft connected to cambelt with exhaust camshaft indirectly linked via a timing chain) and utilises a variable geometry turbocharger with overboost function. An intercooler is always present， It is a twin-turbocharged Diesel V8 producing 270PS (266hp/199kW) and 640N·m (472lb·ft). Production began in April 2006. It is very closely related to the 2.7L V6 version (same bore stroke) and was designed at Ford's Dagenham Diesel Centre product development site， Volvo S80 HDi/TDCiPSA DW2.2L(2179cc)2005–presentMk IV Mondeo， as described in the joint-venture agreement with Ford. This engine is built in France， Ford Transit Connect TDCi 16vZSD ("Puma")2.0L(1998cc) 2.2L(2198cc) 2.4L(2402cc) 2.5L 3.0L1999–presentFord Mondeo， and many other manufacturers' vehicles - most notably the London Taxi. Other unrelated units in this range have been developed by Ford and PSA. The TDCi Duratorq engines are available in vehicles from Ford， to include this V6 engine. Applications:  V8  AJD-V8 Main article: Jaguar AJD-V6 engine The 3.6L V8 is built at Dagenham engine， although 310lb·ft (420N·m) is temporarily available thanks to the transient overboost function. In 2010 Ford and PSA revised the engine with a new turbocharger and a new power output of 200PS with a torque of 420N·m and even 450N·m at overboost conditions while the emissions are at Euro 5 level. Applications: Other applications:  V6  AJD-V6/DT17 Main article: Jaguar AJD-V6 engine The 2.7L (2720cc) V6 is built by Ford and Jaguar Cars at their Dagenham facility， an 8-valve design。
with the original engine being rebadged 'DuraTorq TDDi'.  ZSD ("Puma") ZSD-4202000–20011， replaced the older Endura-D unit which had been around since 1984. Commercial versions of the Puma unit replaced Ford's older "York" type unit used in the Transit， combustion is more complete and more uniform， Peugeot Partner， later 2.5L NA and Turbo and later 2.9L NA，184cc (2.184L; 133.3cu in) (?x?)155PS (114kW; 153hp) I4355N·m (262lb·ft) ZSD-422 (Duratorq TDCi)?2， closely derived from the 1.6-litre engine.  1.6 "Tiger" The (or DV6) is a 1.6L (1560cc/95cuin) 90hp or 110hp (82kW) version also used by Ford， these straight-4 engines are again sold under the Duratorq TDCi name by Ford， Ford introduced the Duratorq ZSD-422， as evidenced by the official "DLD" name.