Update Aug 2015: Now we have 18 cars that run on this engine and a lot more coming up. Interestingly, its elder brethren – the 1.6L MJD has also made way and not-so-interestingly on a non-Fiat Maruti S-Cross… Check out the updated list…

Often called as the National Engine of India, Fiat’s 1.3 liter MultiJet diesel engine is one motor which is used by many manufacturers here in India on their cars in various forms.  There are a lot of people who are interested to know the list and here we compile it for you…

List of Companies That Share this Engine in India:

  • Tata Motors : 3 Cars
  • Maruti Suzuki : 6 Cars
  • Premier : 1 Car
  • Chevrolet : 4 Cars
  • Fiat : 4 Cars
Swift siblings are the largest selling Multijet cars in India

These are broadly the tunes/forms in which this engine is used in India.

  1. One which produces 75 PS of power and 190 Nm of torque – mostly used in B segment hatchbacks. These cars generally use Fixed Geometry Turbo. Power and torque figures vary with different manufacturers.
  2. Second, which produces 90 PS of power and 200 Nm of torque – for heavier hatchbacks and C-segment sedans. These cars generally use Variable Geometry Turbocharger. Again, specs are different in different cars.
  3. And then there is the third category which is a 3-cylinder form which is used on Chevy Beat Diesel.

List of All Current Cars Which Use Fiat’s 1.3L MultiJet Diesel Engine

  1. Chevrolet Beat TCDi
  2. Fiat Linea
  3. Fiat Punto Evo
  4. Fiat Linea Classic
  5. Fiat Avventura
  6. Maruti Suzuki Ritz
  7. Maruti Suzuki Swift
  8. Maruti Suzuki Dzire (also Dzire Tour)
  9. Maruti Suzuki Ertiga
  10. Maruti Suzuki Ciaz (Coming with a hybrid on this engine)
  11. Maruti Suzuki S-Cross
  12. Tata Zest
  13. Tata Bolt
  14. TATA Indigo Manza Quadrajet
  15. Premier Rio 1.3 Multijet
  16. Chevrolet Sail Hatch
  17. Chevrolet Sail Sedan
  18. Chevrolet Enjoy MPV

Upcoming Cars That Will Use Fiat’s MultiJet Diesel Engine

Upcoming Ertiga and Dzire facelifts will continue to use the same motor as well.

S-Cross becomes first car in India to debut bigger 1.6 Liter Multijet in India

A bigger 1.6L Multijet diesel has recently made its debut on the S-Cross and we see it going to new Linea as well sometime later.


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  • Sai

    Over 6 million cars runs on Fiat multijet diesel around the world.

  • Gazi Manirul Islam

    Dear Sir,
    We are interested to buy 800cc to 1300cc diesel engine from Fiat.

    • sarath

      fiat consultant

  • sanket

    proud to hav fiat’s car

  • Automobo

    No wonder Fiat makes the best diesel engines in the world which have high fuel efficiency and really long life. Not to mention their cars having an exceptional longevity: a proof seen in Mumbai roads still running the Premier Padmini.

  • deepak

    what makes fiat engines the best for cars.
    does anyone know?

    • Aseem

      Italian craftsmenship is highly focused on great designs. Fiat’s companies also make high quality performance equipment OEM type for other premium brands as well. Think of Fiat as a car maker that tries to give it’s customers certain build quality, certain performance of german/european cars in the price bracket of Japanese passenger cars.

  • chethan

    I am willing to open a automobile industry .. i want 4 cylinder 2500cc engine for sedan… it must have a turbo charger… m looking to buy engine from fiat… m looking for some power full engines to my new coming car… is there any engine of 2.2 ,2.4,2l to creat such a boosting power? If u are interested , plz rpy to my email

  • gsatisrahman

    amazing multi jet engines the fiat cars

  • arun

    i have a car opel astra deisel 1.7 its too old 1999. i want to change its engine. plz guide me which engine i can buy n what cost will be ??

    • Sujith Padikkal

      Dear Arun, It’s better to change the car. Fixing a new engine in your 1999 model car does not make any sense. If your present car is having any special emotional value I suggest you to fix a 1.3 litre multijet diesel engine and it’s the best diesel engine in the world which is using for more than 6 millions of cars around the world.
      Sujith Padikkal

  • sampath reddy