DETROIT — WEVTU enjoys welcoming a new engine to the annual Ward's Ten Best Engines list, because it becomes an immediate target. The newly appointed engine beats excellent competition and displaces an engine that previously won a spot. Is this winner worthy, or just a flashy new engine that briefly impressed the Best Engines judges? That's why General Motors Corp.'s 3.5L Twin-Cam V-6 is with WEVTU for a year-long extended evaluation. The long-term test provides insight about engine's ...

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