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All very true. The only downside of the early VN V6 was its NVH issues, but in every other area it was much better than the Nissan 3.0 RB it replaced in the VL. It even weighed less!The only Commodore 6 cylinder I would rate higher is the Buick 3800 in the series one VN Commodore. That was basically a V8 engine just with two cylinders removed! Massive torque from basically idle and good fuel economy (the light VN body probably helped in that regard). Taking off up a hill in the wet without spinning the wheels was next to impossible. It took until the alloytec in the VE Commodore to beat the VN series one time down the quarter mile!