CRDe, mEagle, m2DiCR, mFalcon, mHawk, and mPower: Mahindra diesel engines with Common Rail direct fuel injection system

CRDe, mEagle, m2DiCR, mFalcon, mHawk, and mPower: Mahindra diesel engines with Common Rail direct fuel injection system

CRDe, mEagle, m2DiCR, mFalcon, mHawk, and mPower are largely diesel turbocharged engines with the Common Rail fuel injection system. They are installed in various Mahindra models. Most of these engines are proprietary developments of the Indian manufacturer Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Some of them were made in cooperation with Groupe PSA (now Stellantis).

Features of CRDe, mEagle, m2DiCR, mFalcon, mHawk, and mPower engines

These engines can have a cast iron or aluminium engine block. In order to reduce the weight, the intake manifold is sometimes made of plastic. Some versions feature a twin-turbo or a variable-geometry turbocharger instead of a regular one.

Popular CRDe, mEagle, m2DiCR, mFalcon, mHawk, and mPower engines

Name Capacity, L Number of cylinders Max. output, hp Max. torque, N·m Mahindra models equipped with this version
mHawk 1.5 3 71–100 195–240 TUV300 (2015–present)
2.2 4 120–155 290–360 Scorpio (2002–present); Thar (2020–present) Xylo (2012–2019)
mFalcon 1.2 3 90 200 KUV100 (2016–present)
mPower 7.2 6 280 1050 Blazo X 2020
mEagle 2.5 4 112–114 240–260 Xylo (2009–2014)
M2DiCR 2.5 4 63 195 Thar (2015–2019); Bolero (2011–2020)
CRDe 2.5 4 94–105 218–247 Scorpio (2002–2014); Xylo (2009–2019); Thar (2010–2020)
2.2 4 120 Goa 2010

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