What is a 1.5 liter engine?

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  • Celine Tam
    With engines that have a capacity or displacement near or greater than 1,000cc, it is typically rounded up to the nearest tenth of a litre. So, if a car is available with an engine that has a capacity of 1,498cc for instance, it will be described as a 1.5-litre engine.17 ago 2017
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