Question of the Day: What are the best-, worst-sounding V6 engines?
It has always been difficult to make a V6 sound good.
Still, the 2.5-liter Mazda K sounds pretty good, and all the variations of the Alfa Romeo V6 used in the Milano and 164 sound glorious. On the negative side, General Motors 60° V6s, from the earliest 2.8s through today's HFV6 family, emit a consonant-heavy racket similar to those that come from a low-end vacuum cleaner choking on one of those fat rubber bands that come on bunches of cauliflower. Your turn now – name the best- and worst-sounding V6s you've ever heard!
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