Owners of 130PS 1.7 CDTi Chevrolet / Opel / Vauxhall models can now benefit from the addition of the proven Superchips’ ECU remap onto the Bluefin ‘Plug in and go’ DIY reprogramming platform, enabling owners of the following cars to upgrade to extra power, torque and fuel consumption gains in a matter of minutes:-
- Vauxhall Mokka 1.7 CDTi 130PS
- Vauxhall Astra J 1.7 CDTi 130PS
- Vauxhall Astra GTC 1.7 CDTi 130PS
- Chevrolet Cruze 1.7 VCDi 130PS
Given its long involvement with the marque, it’s no surprise that VW Driver magazine has frequently tested Superchips’ cars over the years. Always an interesting read, VW Driver conducts in-depth acceleration and fuel economy tests the like of which are rarely seen elsewhere amongst the motoring media these days.
Which makes it doubly pleasing that VW Driver’s test on the Superchips modified Mk6 1.6 Golf TDi is noted for its glowing praise. Tested back to back with the standard car, the Superchips modified version lopped an impressive 2 seconds from the 0-60mph time, greatly improved in-gear acceleration and returned a genuine 56mpg during the test.
And there’s never been a better time to buy a Superchips ECU remap, because at the moment this enhancement for the 1.6 TDi VW Golf is available at a special sale price of just £365.00 including VAT and installation. To purchase this product now, click on this link:- http://www.superchips.co.uk/search?make=38&fueltype=2&model=465&variant=2573
Superchips Golf 1.6 TDI road test
The Euro 5 version of the Citroen Berlingo 1.6HDi 75PS is no road burner and needs all the help it can get to keep pace with faster road users, particularly on the motorway. Which is why Berlingo 1.6 HDi Euro 5 owners will be thanking Superchips, because the world leader in performance ECU remapping has just released a new coding for the French fancy.
Superchips starts 2013 with a bang, launching performance boosting ECU remaps for the prestigious and pacey Audi RS3 and TT RS 2.5T FSi models, using the 340PS (335 bhp) five-cylinder, turbocharged motor.
Careful development by Superchips’ technicians has enabled the Buckingham based firm to extract an additional 52bhp at 6033 rpm, whilst an extra 75Nm of torque is on tap enabling the performance of both these cars to enter the ‘junior supercar’ league! Continue Reading