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V-6

(vē′sĭks′)
n.
A V-engine having six cylinders.
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But there's one other thing the 2019 F-150 has that its rivals don't -- and likely won't: a V-6 that's stronger than any of their V-8s.
Both the turbo-charged 170-horsepower 4-cylinder and 200-horsepower V-6 engines provide ample thrust and the availability of a manual transmission (with the 4-cylinder) means you can have some real fun, an unusual benefit for a wagon.
Rugged and stylish, the Liberty is equipped with a 3.7-liter V-6 engine, link-coil rear suspension and the power to tow up to 5,000 pounds.
I surely should have caught the glaring anachronism regarding the V-6 and V-8.
When the V-6 engine kicks in it offers 270 horsepower, propelling the car along to 60 mph in less than eight seconds.
Ford put on show its 2005 Ford Five Hundred saloon which has a 3.0-litre V-6 engine paired with a new six-speed automatic or continuously variable transmission.
International Truck and Engine Corp.'s Waukesha Manufacturing Facility, Waukesha, Wisconsin, saw that a competitor was failing to produce ductile iron V-8 and v-6 bed-plates within adequate scrap levels.
A new Vortec 3900 3.9L V-6, that will be optional on the new Pontiac G6 will also use a version of GM DoD.
made available on Friday at dealerships nationwide its 2005 Honda Accord Hybrid, the world's first V-6 powered hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) and Honda's third HEV, at a manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of $29,990.
Power for the R is provided via either the standard 3.5-liter V-6, which debuted in the '05 SLK, or the optional 5.0-liter V-8.
The automaker said the new six-speed automatic transaxle will be fitted to the 3.5-liter V-6 in both new offerings, estimating that for every 5,000 six-speeds fitted to vehicles, 12 million gallons of fuel can be saved annually.