Lancia Lybra

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
Lybra 1.8 2007 1747 ccm 128 201 213.0
Lybra 2.0 LX 2007 1998 ccm 147 210 213.0
Lybra 1.9 JTD 2007 1910 ccm 112 - 213.0
Lybra 2.4 JTD LX 2007 2387 ccm 147 - 158.0
Lybra 1.8 Station Wagon 2007 1746 ccm 128 201 247.0
Lybra 2.0 LX Station Wagon 2007 1998 ccm 147 - 158.0
Lybra 1.9 JTD Station Wagon 2007 1910 ccm 112 190 -
Lybra 1.8 2006 1746 ccm 128 201 213.0
Lybra 2.0 LX 2006 1998 ccm 148 210 213.0
Lybra 1.9 JTD 2006 1910 ccm 112 190 212.9
Lybra 2.4 JTD LX 2006 2387 ccm 147 214 158.0
Lybra 1.8 Station Wagon 2006 1747 ccm 128 201 213.0
Lybra 2.0 LX Station Wagon 2006 1998 ccm 147 210 119.0
Lybra 1.9 JTD Station Wagon 2006 1910 ccm 112 190 247.0
Lybra 2.4 JTD LX Station Wagon 2006 2387 ccm 147 - 158.0
Lybra 2005 1596 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 1.8 2005 1747 ccm 128 196 -
Lybra 2.0 LX 2005 1928 ccm 147 210 -
Lybra 1.9 JTD 2005 1910 ccm 112 - -
Lybra 1.6 Break 2005 1581 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 2.4 JTD LX 2005 2387 ccm 147 214 -
Lybra Station Wagon 1.8 2005 1747 ccm 128 201 -
Lybra Station Wagon 2.0 2005 1998 ccm 148 210 -
Lybra Station Wagon 1.9 JTD 2005 1910 ccm 112 185 -
Lybra Station Wagon 2.4 JTD LX 2005 2386 ccm 147 214 -
Lybra 2004 1596 ccm 101 - -
Lybra Break 2004 1581 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 2003 1594 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 1.9 D 2003 1998 ccm 112 - -
Lybra 1.6 Break 2003 1581 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 2002 1596 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 2.4 D 2002 2387 ccm 147 - -
Lybra Break 2002 1581 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 2.4 D Break 2002 2387 ccm 147 - -
Lybra 2001 1596 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 1.9 D 2001 1993 ccm 112 - -
Lybra 2.4 D 2001 2387 ccm 138 - -
Lybra 1.6 Break 2001 1581 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 1.9 D Break 2001 1998 ccm 107 - -
Lybra 2.4 D Break 2001 2444 ccm 128 - -
Lybra 2000 1596 ccm 101 - -
Lybra Break 2000 1581 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 1999 1596 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 1.6 1999 1579 ccm 88 185 -
Lybra 1.7 1999 1745 ccm 128 - -
Lybra 1.9 D 1999 1910 ccm 104 185 355.0
Lybra 2.4 D 1999 2387 ccm 128 - 119.0
Lybra Break 1999 1581 ccm 101 - -
Lybra 1.6 16v 1999 1581 ccm 103 185 -
Lybra 1.8 16v 1999 1747 ccm 131 201 -
Lybra 1.9 JTD 1999 1910 ccm 103 185 -
Lybra 2.0 16v 1999 1998 ccm 154 210 -
Lybra 2.4 JTD 1999 2387 ccm 133 200 -
Lybra 1.7 Break 1999 1747 ccm 128 - -
Lybra 1.9 D Break 1999 1910 ccm 103 - 246.9
Lybra 2.4 D Break 1999 2451 ccm 133 - -
Lybra 2.0 16v Comfortronic 1999 1998 ccm 154 205 -

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