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Holden’s new 3.0-litre V6 ‘better all round’

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By JAMES STANFORD 4 August 2009

HOLDEN’S new direct-injection 3.0-litre V6 will match the performance of the current 3.6-litre Alloytec V6 while delivering improved drivability, more refinement and fuel savings of up to 12 per cent, a Holden powertrain senior manager told GoAuto at today’s announcement of the new Commodore V6 range.



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Since I'm not familiar with the term "alloytec", I'm guessing that is not the NA 3.6L? How does this 3.0L compare to the NA 3.6L?

The Aussie 3.0 is the DI3.0 found in Lacrosse. And alloytech is the DOHC 3.6 which will be phased out.

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