Lancia Lybra has been evolving with an aim to provide car lovers with increased driving comfort, active safety, and better road holding along with satisfying performance level. Lancia Lybra includes five dynamic and flexible power units. Three petrol units are available with automatic transmission are –

  1. 1.6, 4-cylinder 16v torque
  2. 1.8, 4-cylinder 16v torque
  3. 2.0, 5-cylinder 20v torque

Two turbo diesel units designed with advanced technology and rail direct injection are –

  1. 1.9, 4-cylinder JTD unit
  2. 2.4, 5-cylinder JTD unit

You are provided with Lancia Lybra 2006 Service Manual, when you purchase a new care. The owner’s handbook includes tips, information, and warning about correct, safe driving. Even maintenance steps are provided. Fuel consumption rates differ All the models are equipped with environment protection devices, which reduce injurious exhaust fumes. The manual even displays technical specifications related to fuel consumption. However, fuel consumption rates can differ from values given in the table because it will be influenced by several factors like –

  • Road and traffic condition
  • Weather condition
  • Vehicle condition
  • Driving style
  • Climate control system use
  • Roof racks
  • Loads

Service & maintenance The car performance and longevity will depend on its maintenance program. You can visit to buy workshop repair manuals, which display the precise schedule and specification of parts to be replaced. Electrical systems designed ensure safety and reliability. Faults can be resolved using diagnostic function. The checkup interval recommended is within 20,000 km. Basic car maintenance Wheels & tyres

  • After every 5,000 or 8,000 miles, it is recommended to rotate your tyres.
  • Regularly clean brake dust from the wheels or else heat and moisture from bakes can bake it on your wheels.
  • Bad tyre pressure affects fuel consumption, comfort, and managing, so check it regularly.
  • Slick and bald tires are not good on road. If tyre tread depth is very low then replace them.


  • Rubber drive belts loop around different pulleys, which perish in extreme conditions. Check accessory drive and timing belts after every 25,000 miles or replace them.
  • Check engine oil levels with dipstick.
  • Check coolant level.

To check levels review your service handbook. If you misplaced yours have a service manual download done instantly. How to check levels will be given in the manual, follow it step by step. Battery Check the battery terminals and clean them regularly because grime deposit can make it hard for current to pass. Remove terminal caps, as defined in the manual handbook to clean and then re-attach them. Disconnecting & reconnecting the battery needs a little extra care on your part. Read the manual and understand the process properly, before doing it. Dash board warning lights The board diagnostics will help you to check the codes related to engine, brakes, electrical, coolant, and oil warning lights. Warning lights differ in every car, so check the manual for necessary codes. Check the manuals for maintenance tips to be performed before the onset of winter.