1975 – 1962 Opel Chevette (01)

1975 – 1962 Opel Chevette (01)
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1975 – 1962 Opel Chevette (01)

1975 – 1962 Opel Chevette (01)
– The Chevette was a supermini model of car manufactured by Vauxhall in the UK from 1975 to 1984. It was Vauxhall’s version of the family of small "T-Cars" from Vauxhall’s parent General Motors (GM); the family included the Opel Kadett in Germany, the Isuzu Gemini in Japan, the Holden Gemini in Australia, the Chevrolet Chevette in the United States, Canada and Brazil, the AYMESA Cóndor in Ecuador and a badge-engineered Pontiac Acadian/Pontiac T1000 across North America.

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Der Opel Chevette wurde von Oktober 1980 bis April 1982 von Opel auf dem deutschen Markt angeboten. Dabei hatte Opel die Absicht, nach dem Auslaufen des populären Kadett C und dem Start des neuen Kadett D für einige Zeit (bis zur Einführung des komplett neu entwickelten Corsa A) ein noch billigeres Auto anbieten zu können.

Es handelte sich um das von der britischen Schwestermarke Vauxhall produzierte Modell Vauxhall Chevette. Der Chevette entsprach bis auf die Frontgestaltung, die sogenannte Droop Snoot (deutsch etwa „Hängeschnauze“ oder „Hängenase“), die der des Opel Manta B ähnelte, sowie dem Motor mit 1256 cm³ Hubraum dem bisherigen Opel Kadett C. (by Georg Sander on 2011-11-05 16:21:24 )

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  1. The Chevette was marketed by Opel in continental Europe for a time after the FWD Kadett D broke cover as production of automatics was delayed somewhat and the only option was to go with the old timer.

    All Vauxhall identification was removed (as in the car in this pic) as Vauxhall sales were confined strictly to the UK after 1980.

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