Best V6 Vehicles You Can Buy in 2020

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V6 Cars May Be Increasingly Rare, But They’re Not Gone

The V6 engine is somewhat of a dying breed in today’s cars. Automakers are steadily moving toward smaller four-cylinder engines instead of V6s, with their sights set on higher fuel economy estimates. The retirement of many large and midsize sedan models has also played a role in the V6’s dwindling numbers, as consumer tastes shift toward crossovers SUVs.

This may sound like a eulogy, but it isn’t. The six-cylinder still has its place in the automotive spectrum, and it’s arguably better than ever thanks to modern advancements and refinement. Read on to learn more about the best V6 cars on the road today.

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