I am looking at two VF Evokes (both wagons) next weekend, one is a sidi 3.0 and the other is the 3.6 LPG (I think it is still the old Alloytec motor) I cannot afford the SV6 with the 3.6 sidi (which would be my choice) so it's the Evoke model if I want a VF, and I do, I love them. But I hate slow underpowered cars and have heard some say the 3.0 sidi struggles, I have also heard that it isn't very economical either. How does the LPG version compare with the 3.0 sidi for power and smoothness? Off the mark, overtaking, towing, etc. The 292 nm of torque from the sidi 3.0 is less than the old ecotec. The LPG version has 30 more nm but the sidi is direct injection. Is the 3.6 LPG Alloytec engine in the VF ok these days with timing chain issues, etc? I have had LPG cars for years now and love the fuel saving. I know some will say to drive them both and see, which is pretty obvious, but test driving is somewhat subjective and very different to living with them from day to day, I also don't like pushing someone else's car too much, even if I am interested in buying it. I also have a 300 rwkw Ford turbo, so anything short of a healthy V8 will feel slow to me. But in saying that, the VF wagon would be a daily driver, practical car, which the Turbo is not!