Car engine sizes: What you need to know

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A key area to consider before purchasing a new car is engine size; the size of a car engine will have a large impact on the performance, economy and value of a vehicle. But what does engine size mean and how should it affect your willingness to purchase a car? Here, we’ll take a look at what engine size means and why size doesn’t always matter!Engine size is the volume of fuel and air that can be pushed through a car’s cylinders and is measured in cubic centimetres (cc).

Car engine sizes are normally specified in litres, which is rounded up to the nearest tenth of a litre.As you can likely imagine, larger engines with an increased capacity for fuel and air require more fuel than smaller engines. This is especially true if you’re quick to accelerate or drive at maximum speeds on long motorway journeys.

Engine capacity is the volume of all the pistons in the engine cylinder as measured by the maximum movement from top to bottom. So, the greater the CC of the vehicle's engine, the greater the power produced.

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