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Hello again,

I just noticed that my Aussie spec car will come with an E-HDI engine vs the BlueHDI that is on sale in the UK. is the e-HDI superseded by the BlueHDI in the UK? And if so, what are the benefits of Blue HDI vs e-HDI apart from the obvious (slightly more power and lower consumption). Does anyone have experience with the E-HDI variant?

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The e-HDi is Euro 5 emissions specification which can no longer be sold in Europe, so I suspect RHD models are finding their way to Aus, NZ etc. until the stock of engines is cleared.

Difference wise the Blue has slightly more power but the main difference is the 'Blue' urea injection tank that allows it to meet Euro 6 emissions. I believe the 'Blue' is a touch smoother too.
 

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Thanks for the info. Makes sense to me - thought we were getting an older model (which we kind of are) but it sounds reasonable.
 
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