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Automakers Hit Bottom in Engine Displacement, May Be Forced to Upsize

If you think engine displacements have become a little too European over here, you’d hate to see the motorcycle-worthy powerplants motivating econoboxes on the other side of the pond. Paired with the magic of modern technology, inline threes and parallel twins can now make enough grunt to move respectably sized vehicles. However, those days could […] The post Automakers Hit Bottom in Engine Displacement, May Be Forced to Upsize appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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