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I would greatly appreciate your feedback. It seems the 2013 might have a better engine with the naturally aspirated V8 vs. the overworked V6 on the 2014+. I wish I can afford the the V8 S/C version but I have to compromise. Thanks
 

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V8 all the way.
I recently had the chance to drive a '16 Sport V6 and an '11 full size HSE. I'd take the NA V8 over the SCV6 any day.
 

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Thanks for the feedback! I guess I'm not alone in the same line of thinking.

If I'm not mistaken, doesn't the 13 HSE V8 have the larger BREMBO brakes which are on the Supercharged V8? 14+ V6 seem to have smaller front calipers.
 

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you can download the handbook/user manual for each year and can probably find the answers faster than waiting for someone to post here. There aren't many '13 HSE owners on this forum and 5 years back, not many of non-owners will remember.
 

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Shame you guys in the USA never got the SDV8. It kicks the N/A V8 petrol into the weeds. Petrol V8 sounds better though.
 
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