what is the difference between I4 engine versus V6 engine

Asked by Mar 19, 2013 at 02:53 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry XLE

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I like to understand the difference between I4 versus V6 engines

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4 Cylinder) Less power/ better fuel mileage/ lower cost of some engine repairs vs. the V6.. Doesn;t pick up as well. 6 cylinder) A little more power/ uses more fuel/ Repairs like tune up's coils, and intake gaskets will cost a little more: Water pump's leaking in V6 cCamry's are common/ You'll get more pep on the gas pedal with a V6

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the 4 is the number of pistons the more the bigger the engine,cars have,, some 3 some 12 maby even a 16 at one time. the I is straight up and down the v is pistons on each side in a v leaning down to the crankshaft ,the main turning apperattimus that turns everything connected to it soon your bycicle, your legs are pistons, peddles the crank ,that turns something

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A 2012 Bugatti has a 16cylinder 1,000hp 48 valve with 4 turbochargers...$2.2 million.

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If you rarely drive your car on the highway, this is the way to go.

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