True GTs 3 pedal are very reliable. Production started in 2001 when Ferrari owned Maserati, Ferrari itself owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, formerly Fiat S.p.A. under whom the engine sharing program was organized. The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. What a racket. Audi 2.0 L4 335 I think it is very…of the era. The car is beautiful and great, however having A Ferrari Engine means Reliability would be an issue….Having said that Jaguar XKR (certain years) on the other hand is very reliable, pretty fast and have a good hwy mileage (26mpg) However, the downside is it comes as an automatic only. Porsche 914 1980cc 311 Only the nose (or is it the roofline….) These cars are the best kept secret in the automobile world in my opinion. I have both 360 and Maserati GT 85,000 miles (3 pedal), none has engine issues. Mazda 13B FI 337 1986-1992 160hp (w/oil and water) Chrysler Viper GTS: 295kg My GT (3 pedal / stick shift) has 85,000 miles on original clutch. Let’s go sideways…, It has a light steering feel, and not the one I expect from an Italian V8 pure GT car, but it’s easy to use while slipping away through tight and wide corners. Ford FE big block 650 (332-428 CID) I felt the same way for some time, but it has begun to grow on me. Mopar 360 “A” 550 Cadillac V8 472-500 625 Olds 330-400 560 low deck, w/accessories, no flywheel Ford 351 Windsor 510 I got nearly 30k miles out of the first clutch and with the FD DWB upgrade I expect at least 50k miles from the next. Meanwhile, I’m enjoying this unexpectedly fun ride and, what can I say, this car is probably wrong for so many different reasons that I keep on smiling…and flattening the accelerator. Once per year a service for less than 1k CHF. Toyota 1JZ/2JZ 450 I agree, these cars are a great value if you can fix minor issues yourself and enjoy the process. 5k miles is either bad-luck or a terrible driver. Ford Duratec 2.5/3.0 V6 360 (“fully dressed”) This particular unicorn traveled to Abruzzo from Switzerland, 1,250 miles under the wheels, just to be driven by this tall Italian guy. Nissan VG33 3.3L 433 un-dressed, SOHC V6 Ferrari F50: 198kg I hope to,keep the car a long time! Stop spreading false claim … it’s the last real Maserati engine before the takeover !!! Toyota V6 3.0L 401 1994 Camry aluminum V6 1MZ-FE Isuzu 1.8 gas L4 311 (4), Jaguar V12 680 Mopar Slant Six 475 Porsche 914/4 265 Audi 80 1300 230 You could also do it yourself at any point in time. Lovely answer to the behemoth age of SUVs. The powertrain are all original as well. Audi 5 364 (non-turbo) Mercedes-Benz SL65/CL65 AMG: 253kg Ford Triton V10 635 “dressed”, Honda RA168E F1 V6 329 80 deg, 1500cc Page 1 of 1 The F138 is the fifty ninth car built by Ferrari specifically to take part in the Formula 1 World Championship. Recalls: Ferrari F136 F430 In September 2009, a recall was issued for Ferrari F430 Scuderia and Scuderia 16M Spider vehicles. Supercharged RST V8: 86kg Jaguar 4.2 six 605 dress as above Honda Civic 1500 205 1974 Civic, as above, Infiniti Q45 V8 509 “45 pounds heavier than Ford DOHC”, Isuzu 1.8 Diesel L4 384 (4) BMW S14 four 350 318i motor Ford Taurus SHO 3.2 V8 390 Taurus SHO V8, no accessories RST V8 (Catherham: 74kg Maserati and Alfa Romeo versions have crossplane crankshafts, while Ferrari versions are flat plane. Toyota 1A, 3A, 4A 225 Tercel, MR2, 1984-up Corolla, 1985-up You Must Be Logged In To Vote 1 You Must Be Logged In To Vote . This is newer engine. The GranSport was available with a paddle gearbox and, in my opinion, it’s less fun. Ford 429-460 720 55k kilometers, no problems, still the first clutch. Everything in the powertrain is original on the GT and never been replaced. Sign up to receive the weekly newsletter featuring the very latest from Petrolicious. The architecture was produced in various configurations for Ferrari and Maserati automobiles, and the Alfa Romeo 8C. Sideways fun, lots of low end grunt. The price on these, and the quattroporte make them so tempting. Jaguar 3.4-liter XK 576 flywheel, electrical equipment, and exhaust manifolds. Alfa Romeo 1600 261 (with cams, generator, distributer, oil, etc but no manifolds or carbs) This only applies to Cambiocorsa (F1 paddle). In these vehicles, the adhesion quality of the rear tyres may fail if the vehicle was driven at a maintained constant speed (PRA 2009/11068). The car is sports car not a comuter box so if you dont mind it it will break. Olds 262 V6 Diesel 590 (from GM SAE paper) Chevy 1.8-2.0 L4 302 “J car” pushrod Chevy Corvair flat 6 300 I use WIKI 2 every day and almost forgot how the original Wikipedia looks like. Rover 3.0 SOHC L6 432 Ford BOSS 302 500 Because this rare model has a manual gearbox…that’s the only reason. Beautiful, fast, and luxurious, BUT the horrific cost of maintaince keeps me from jumping in. Ford Y block V8 625 (272-312 CID) The name comes from a combination of the current year and the number of cylinders, to mark the fact that this is the eighth and final year of competition for the V8 engine configuration. Mopar 361-383-400 V8 620 All the talk about a Ferrari engine and not one photo of it. #SG343434. Porsche 964C4: 238kg Honda B20B four 318 1997 Civic It has had no clutches or engine issues. Jaguar AJ6 4.0L 531 I owned a ’02 coupe for 10 years with paddle shift, but traded it for a F430 that I still own. Pontiac 301 V8 452 Sorry man but that’s not close to true.. Audi S8 5.2: 220kg Why not a GranSport then, the final edition with more power and some good improvements? Audi S4 4.2: 195kg Ford 2.3 L4 Turbo 380 Turbo T-Bird engine w/turbo, flywheel Buick 4.1 V6 410 Koenigsegg CCR: 215kg Porsche 928: 260kg Congratulations on this excellent ventureâ¦ what a great idea! Ferrari 456GT: 235kg Underhood, a Ferrari 4.2-liter V8 engine, (mostly) shared with the F430 and Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione. Cosworth V8 370 1967, with clutch and injection, Dodge Colt (Japanese) 212 also Plymouth Champ, 1.4, 1.6L four Mine is a GT model (3 pedal stick shift) and has 85,000 miles. Jaguar 4.2L six 604 Volvo B21F/B23F 365 wp and intake, no acc. Dodge truck V10 816, Ferrari “250” V12 382 We have created a browser extension. Rover KV-6 2.5L 335 “fully equipped”, Subaru 2.2L 269 aero conversion In the Maserati, this means tons of fun—because it’ll still go as sideways as your hooligan self will want to. I did have some initial issues, but Maserati assisted and it stayed a great ownership experience afterwards. Mopar 273-340 “A” V8 525 BMW 5.0 V12 529 “fully dressed” Olds 371, 394 760 & starter, no clutch, Mazda 12A and 13B 260 lets these cars down abit. Dodge Viper V10 (1997) 648 Lexus LS400 (94): 210kg I put 50k miles on the Maserati. BMW N63: 228kg, Alfa Romeo SOHC V6 375 Chevrolet Corvette C5: 177kg Its manual gearbox is way more soft and confident, and so is the clutch. I have driven it hard at two track events at Road Atlanta and it was very reliable. Two clutches. Nice cars. Renault 2.0 4 Douvrin 263 This much car for roughly $30k is a bargain anyway you look at it. Peugeot Indenor XD-90 415 Diesel, aluminum head and sump Chevy 396 BB 610 iron heads, alum. That said, there’s still that V8 underhood. Subaru 1.8L four 188 pushrod, 1781cc, Toyota 22RE 318 For ultimate pace, it should have a better suspension set up, better brakes, and very good tyres. Triumph Stag V8 446, VW flat-4 Type IV 311 Toyota RV8A Indy V8 225 1996,as used in Gurney Eagle Rover 2000 four 312 1960s engine 452 BMW M60 B 40 4.0 V8 468 Nissan Maxima V6 3.0 264 60 deg, racing SR2 Toyota 4M Hemi L6 400 Toyota 2TC, 2TG, 3TC 262 1971-up, 1.6-1.8 four cyl, 2TG is DOHC Cosworth HB Series 6 286 75 deg V8 595mmL Looks dated. Opel 2.8-3.0 CIH L6 395, Peugeot Douvrin 2.0 4 263 Never predictable, always sideways…even when not necessary. Chevy Sprint 993cc L3 147 (Suzuki mfr) This is newer engine. Volvo 3.0 L6 DOHC 401 all aluminum Toyota 1G-GEU 2.0 L6 355 with oil and coolant (DOHC) Toyota V6 469 1992 Camry iron V6 I can’t put my finger on it but it feels like a italian-ized Bentley Continental. Mine has 85k miles on original clutch. Bugatti Veyron: 400kg Hate the front end. As always Davide turns the automotive experience into lustful relationship with ‘that’ woman we all know. The F136 FB engine variant was awarded "Best Performance Engine" and "Above 4.0 litre" recognitions in 2011 and 2012, while the F136 FL variant won the same categories in 2014 and 2015. Honda S2000: 175kg I have put over 35k miles on it. Chevy V6-90 229-4.3 425 We will fix them later on. Ford 170-250 L6 385 (except Australian w/aluminum head) Yup. Chevy LT-5 L98 5.7 V8 600 Ford 5.0 V8 411 89 Mustang 5.0 GT (dry) inc: manifold, Not inc: acc. Porsche 901 6 401 (1963), Rambler 327 V8 600 Buick 3.0 V6 377 Cadillac Northstar V8 464 (dressed) Cadillac Sixteen: 316kg This car has been far less trouble than my previous 911 turbo, actually it’s yet to be in the shop for anything outside of standard maintenance and one clutch replacement. I think that on this one, Maserati missed a trick: a “Nuts / Elegant” switch to change its two characters. Audi S3 07: 152kg 29, 2016), 2016/17 Pilot AWD QUESTION - Honda Pilot - Honda Pilot Forums, 2017 Honda Ridgeline iVTM-4 Powertrain Heating Issues - Page 2 - Honda Ridgeline Owners Club Forums, Different type of SH-AWD? Toyota 1-2-4GR-FSE 399lbs, Triumph slant-4 290 (also SAAB 99) AMC 6 500 (early design six – 199) Cadillac 4.9L (300 ci) 360 1991 DeVille, w/alt & flexplate Ford 427 SOHC 680 Reliability of Ferrari engine’s changed since the birth of 360. Porsche 4.7 SOHC V8 574 Triumph 2000 L6 403 (Spitfire, 2.5 TRs) We’ve all met that person who was completely out of control, but infinitely elegant and sensual. Mazda 13G 3-rotor race 319 3-rotor race motor, with accessories Porsche Carrera GT: 205kg This Is The Cheap Ferrari-Powered Maserati You Forgot About, This Is How You Make A Car Club That’s Not A Club, This Punchy Coupé Was Almost Lancia’s WRC-Conquering Machine For The ’90s, ‘Eldorado’ Was Stirling Moss’ Insane 217 MPH Ice Cream Billboard, This Is How A Maserati Mexico Landed In My Garage, Meet The $3.7 Million Maserati That Will Never Get Old, There’s Room For One More, If That One Is A Maserati, Concorso Italiano Cars Wear Their Age as a Badge of Honor, The Maserati Quattroporte is Brutally Beautiful. , Engine Data & Variants sourced from the Maserati Academy.. Ford 3.8 V6-90 298 “complete” The F136, commonly known as Ferrari-Maserati engine, is a family of 90° V8 petrol engines jointly developed by Ferrari and Maserati  and produced by Ferrari; these engines displace between 4.2 L and 4.7 L, and produce between 390 PS (287 kW; 385 hp) and to 605 PS (445 kW; 597 hp).