I like the S197 and S550 body styling, but for different reasons. I like the old school look mixed with modern touches. I also liked how fresh and modern the S550 looked when it came out.I am in love with the C8 Vette. I tried to fight it, but I can't. I bought the stang because of the new euro-ish styling. The C8 takes that to the next level. Closest thing I would ever want to something Italian.
My bad, let me be kinder;Are you a dick all the time or just special occasions like "that time of the month". I've owned several of these Coyote powered S550 and it was much louder on the '18 than my '15. My sister has had several as well and my '18 was louder than her '16 or her 2020.
So what's your point?
I hear random ticking from under the, Im just not worried about. Sometimes I crank the car, I hear random ticks, some times I do not. Kinda sounds like an exhaust cooling off, but once again, it comes and goes. Not worried.My bad, let me be kinder;
The point is that 18+ cars have Direct Injection, while the previous cars don't. So It's totally understandable that your '15 was quieter, as it ran strictly on PFI.
I had a 2016 GT, and when I got my 2019 the clacking and ticking from the DI made me think the engine was about to implode.
LOL, my Ecoboost now being almost 5 years old now runs better and looks better than it every did and its not even close.
Only problem I ever had was the AC evaporator going out and that was replaced under warranty and has worked perfect ever since.
Like people some cars just have issues, lol.
That's when my ticking started on my 2018....1st oil changeWhy get rid of a perfectly good car? Mine has ticked since the first oil change, and here we are 4 years later with forced induction and zero issues except regular maintenance. I almost bought into the tick hype at the beginning, but quickly saw it for what it is... a whole load of speculation and over-worrying.