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    Good point about the step up price. Magnas as worth little as trade ins, even low Km TL/TWs, a big gap to fill with $$$.

    Guess I will put this off until later, when it is more sensible.

    *sigh* Heart says "yes", brain says "no". Brain wins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erad View Post
    I know that the Outlander doesn't offer a 6 cyl version anymore, but that combination would have been fantastic - the 4 cyl MIVEC is good but you have to work it hard.
    My father is selling his...2 1/2 years old and only 25,000km.
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    So now the only Mitsubishi V6 is in the Paj?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreggzy View Post
    So now the only Mitsubishi V6 is in the Paj?
    Yes. Further to that, its only available in the exceed...
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    Wow, the v6 engine is starting to look dead in the water. So many manufacturers getting rid of it...

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    Soon Mitsu's largest engine will be a 1L 3 cylinder twin turbo. It will get 3L/100 Km around town. And it will need 12,000 rpm to take off from the traffic lights. Sounds like the V6 is going the way of the V8.

    People will speak in hushed tones of the days when engines had OOOMMPPHHHH!

    Hang onto your Magnas and 380s, guys!

    (Hope I'm wrong . . . . )
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMax View Post
    Soon Mitsu's largest engine will be a 1L 3 cylinder twin turbo. It will get 3L/100 Km around town. And it will need 12,000 rpm to take off from the traffic lights. Sounds like the V6 is going the way of the V8.

    People will speak in hushed tones of the days when engines had OOOMMPPHHHH!

    Hang onto your Magnas and 380s, guys!

    (Hope I'm wrong . . . . )
    2.0 I4 in the Falcon makes the same power and similar torque as the I6 barra. More efficient turbocharged engines are the future
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave View Post
    2.0 I4 in the Falcon makes the same power and similar torque as the I6 barra. More efficient turbocharged engines are the future
    Will the engine last as long, will it eat less fuel, and will it be as relaxing to drive?
    (If "relaxing to drive" can be applied to a Falcon. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMax View Post

    Will the engine last as long, will it eat less fuel, and will it be as relaxing to drive?
    (If "relaxing to drive" can be applied to a Falcon. )
    Three yes'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave View Post
    Three yes'
    ok then.

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