CARMEL, CA — General Motors Corp.'s Oldsmobile Div.'s lighter, shorter 2001 Aurora — arriving at dealerships next March — offers V-6 power for the first time. Introduced in 1994 as a '95 model, the Olds flagship until now has offered only a 4L version of the Northstar DOHC V-8, which continues as the optional upgrade engine for the all-new '01 Aurora. Both engines operate on regular fuel. The 3.5L Twin Cam V-6, first developed for the Olds Intrigue, was a WEVTU “10 Best Engines” winner ...
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