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4 Reasons why the VR6 engine is dying off

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Volkswagen's VR6 engine is seeing less implementation as the years go on. No longer used in the VW Golf, Jetta, Beetle, Corrado, Sharan, Phaeton, Eos, Audi A3, & Audi TT, and many others, it's kept alive in the VW brand by only the Touareg, Passat, and Atlas. What's the replacement? Mostly a 2.0L turbocharged inline four cylinder. Why? Well, there are a lot of benefits. In this video we'll discuss torque, power, weight, size, efficiency, consolidation, and the many advantages an inline-turbo four cylinder has to dethrone the eclectic VR6. 

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Duration 11:38
Posted Jun 9, 2017
Series Automotive
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