More Stories Memo to Nissan: Tightening some engine-management screws or fiddling with intake and exhaust design isn’t always enough if you expect one engine to be all things to all vehicles. It can be risky, no matter how much potential that engine has. Don’t get me wrong – I like your 3.5L 6-cyl. VQ. I became particularly enamored with it in the Infiniti G35 sedan. Step on the pedal and prepare to grin, even with an automatic transmission. I was eager to test it in the ...

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