Call it the most charismatic V-6 in the auto industry and you won't get much of an argument, except from supporters of the Honda Motor Co. Ltd. NS-X and a few others. Any car powered by Alfa Romeo's wonderfully vocal and athletic DOHC V-6 starts life ahead of the pack. It's emerged as Fiat Auto's “big” engine, powering Lancias — and even for a brief three years, the Fiat Croma — as well as a raft of desirable Alfas. Now sources in Turin claim the unthinkable: When the Alfa V-6 dies, ...

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