What was the fastest Cavalier?
263 Super Sport
Created to demonstrate the unlimited street potential of Cavalier, the 263 Super Sport is one of the fastest production-based Cavaliers ever built.
How many Vauxhall Cavaliers are left on the road?
|VAUXHALL CAVALIER 1.8 CABRIO||60||35|
|VAUXHALL CAVALIER 1.8 CABRIO AUT||7||6|
|VAUXHALL CAVALIER 2.0I 4X4||4||4|
What car did Cavalier replace?
The second generation of Cavalier, launched in 1981 and produced until 1988, was launched simultaneously with the identical new generation of Opel Ascona, which was sold across the world in various guises on the General Motors “J-car”….
What BHP is a Vauxhall Cavalier?
Now you want to know all about it! With the help of Parkers, you can find out all of the key specs about the Vauxhall Cavalier from fuel efficiency in MPG and top speed in MPH, to running costs, dimensions, data and lots more….Vauxhall Cavalier Saloon (1981 – 1989) Specifications.
|Power||54 – 130 bhp|
|Road Tax||£180 – £295|
Does Chevy still make the Cavalier?
The 2022 Chevy Cavalier Turbo is basically a rebadged Chinese-made Chevy Monza that keeps the Cavalier nameplate alive, as Chevy’s longest-running compact sedan will return to compete in the C segment after five years in the B-plus segment in Mexico.
When was the Chevy Cavalier made?
Cavalier Convertible. Chevrolet tried to get more market share and introduced an affordable open-top version for the third generation of the small-sized Cavalier. The American carmaker introduced the Cavalier nameplate on the U.S. market in 1981 for a vehicle based on the European Opel Ascona/Vauxhall Cavalier.
How many Mk1 Cavaliers are there?
If truth be told, the Mk1 Cavalier’s sales accomplishments now seem pitiful when compared with the success of the Mk2 and Mk3 Cavaliers in the later 80s and 90s. Approximately 240,000 Cavalier Mk1s were retailed on our shores, but, alas, only around 300 have survived to this day.
How wide is a Vauxhall Cavalier?
|Brief specification overview|
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|Dimensions||Length 4343 mm x Width 1701 mm|
What replaced the Cobalt?
Replacement. In 2009, Chevrolet launched the Cobalt’s eventual successor, the Chevrolet Cruze (based on the new Delta II platform), in Europe, with launches in other markets (including the US) following in 2010. The Cobalt ended production on June 23, 2010.