The vast majority of cars have an even number of cylinders—2, 4, 8, etc. Much more rare are cars with an odd number of cylinders in the engine bay. Very few cars indeed have been equipped with both an even-cylinder engine and an odd-cylindered version. The Audi 100 and GM’s Colorado/Canyon pickup are two fairly well-known examples available with both 4- and 5-cylinder engines. How many can the Hooniverse Hive Mind come up with? There are at least a few more, including one fairly obscure one I am keeping to myself in order to test your skills. (Hint: the two engines needn’t have been available in the car at the same time, and don’t focus exclusively on 5-cylinder blocks.)
As always, read through first and avoid duplicate answers.
You only thought last week’s convertible pickup question was tough. Okay, there are a lot more correct answers than I was aware! Shows me not to attempt to go up against the Hooni-Hive-Mind.