V-6


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V-6

(vē′sĭks′)
n.
A V-engine having six cylinders.
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The ride, even in the 306-horsepower, V-6 RC models with a breezy 0-to-60 time of 5.
The company is rebuilding the inside of the factory to make a new, more efficient V-6 engine.
The reports mentioned that Chrysler said it will use the plant to build new Pentastar V-6 engines that will be used in several models.
5-liter V-6 (268 horsepower, 246 foot-pounds of torque).
5-litre V-6 produces 285 net horsepower and 253 ft-lb of torque while the 3.
6-liter V-6, and with a starting retail price, including destination charge, of more than $32,700, the Enclave is the priciest of GM's three new crossovers.
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.
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.
5 L V-6 that produces 225 hp at 5,200 rpm, peak torque of 231 lb.
0-litre V-6 engine paired with a new six-speed automatic or continuously variable transmission.