What Should You Buy? A 4 Cylinder Or A V6 Engine?

What Should You Buy? A 4 Cylinder Or A V6 Engine?

Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 50 years, helps you decide whether you should be a 4 cylinder in line engine or a V6 V configuration engine. This little history lesson can help you decide what's best for you.

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TheAutoAdventurer
TheAutoAdventurer

@ScottyKilmer You did pick a 4 cylinder mustang but you drive fast anyway so that destroys the purpose. Heck, I wonder how would you drive a focus RS or Civic Type R and you’ll probably have a video about doing burnouts.😎 it be a cool intro.

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

Editor

Yes, that case would be wiser. But I'd pick a non turbo 4 over a non turbo 6

Vladchan
Vladchan

I would still pick a v6 over one of those high tech super tiny super stressed turbo 4s

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

Editor

yes, but they were more gas hoggy than 4s and V6s have more power and are even smoother, so most inline 6s have gone the way of dinosaurs.

Vladchan
Vladchan

What happened to the I-6s? They used to run a long time and were super smooth.

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