Q: 1.5 liter engine what is the cc?

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usually the liter count is the cc of an engine. example-- a 1.6 liter engine would be 1600 cc's ( more or less) 1.8 liter= 1800 cc, ect, ect...

cubic centimeters of the engine, for example instead of saying a 1.5 liter engine, you say 1500 cc engine. one liter is equivalent to 1000 cc

cubic centimeters of the engine, for example instead of saying a 1.5 liter engine, you say 1500 cc engine. one liter is equivalent to 1000 cc

A two liter engine has a cubic capacity (cc) of 2000 cc.

1086 cc.

1600 cc

1 liter is 1000cc

1.9 liters = 1,900 cc

Yes. Divide cc by 1,000 to get liters.

Hi, A cc is a cubic centimeter and is equivalent to the volume of 1 milliliter at 22 degrees Celcius. Therefore in a perfect world, a 1.8 Liter engine will displace 1,800 ccs. Remember, that seldom does the engine exacly displace the stated Liter size. Your actual vehicle specifications (found in your manual) may be slightly less that the advertised engine liter size. They round the liter size to make it easier for the consumer to understand. Hope this helps.

it means the car engine is 1800 CC

cc=cubic centimeters 970cc = almost a liter of displacement. Big engine for a bike.