V-6


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V-6

(vē′sĭks′)
n.
A V-engine having six cylinders.
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Pentastar V-6 engine family consists of three displacements: 3.
6-litre V6 Pentastar is its main V-6 engine and is standard in several of its top-selling models, including the Jeep Wrangler and Grand Cherokee.
7-liter V-6 engines utilized by the Ford Edge and Explorer; Lincoln MKX and MKT SUVs; and MKZ sedan.
Perhaps it was that I had longed so desperately to lower the roof of the 2010 Ford Mustang Premium V-6 convertible in my possession.
Ford noted that the new V-6, which will eventually power one in every five Ford vehicles by the end of the decade, produces 250 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque in its CUV applications and utilizes a dual-overhead cam valvetrain that incorporates intake variable cam timing.
That's a 70 percent improvement over the conventional Escape V-6.
will add V-6 engines to its product lineup from mid-2005.
Already during the '30s, American cars generally sported V-6 and V-8 engines," writes Eisenbeis.
Gardenia; California, for its next generation V-6 engine program.
8-liter V-6 produces a smooth and pleasant 200 horsepower.
1-liter V-6 that's rated at 155 horsepower but provides significantly more torque than the four.
com) will begin production1 of V-6 Accord sedans at its Alabama auto plant while increasing production of 4-cylinder Accords in Marysville, Ohio, the company today announced.