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When did they stop making Holden Statesman?

When did they stop making Holden Statesman?

Production ceased with the last of the WB series cars in 1984. GM Holden reintroduced the range in 1990 with two long-wheelbase sedans; however, the cars were no longer marketed as Statesman by brand name, but instead as the Holden Statesman and the Holden Caprice….Statesman (automobile)

Statesman
Successor Holden Statesman / Caprice

What’s the difference between a Statesman and a Caprice?

The main difference between the Statesman and the Caprice lies within their equipment packages. Moreover, Caprices are commonly powered by V8 engines rather than V6s and, whilst modern Caprices may be mistaken as fully specified versions of the cheaper Statesman, the two were separate Holden models in the past.

Is the Holden Statesman a Commodore?

VQ Statesman and Caprice Based on the 2nd generation VN Commodore platform, the VQ series both resurrected and separated the Statesman and Caprice monikers.

How long is a Holden Statesman?

5160mm
Holden Statesman Dimensions 2010

Holden Statesman Height 1480mm
Holden Statesman Width 1899mm
Holden Statesman Length 5160mm
Holden Statesman Ground clearance unladen 110mm
Holden Statesman Wheelbase 3009mm

Who owns the last Holden?

General Motors
However, parent group General Motors still owns an identical Commodore that carries the ceremonial title of the “last car” Holden produced in Australia. It was the final vehicle to go through the general assembly process and remains on loan to the National Motor Museum at Birdwood, north-east of Adelaide.

What was the last model of the Holden Statesman?

The final series to be marketed under the Statesman marque was the Statesman WB. Released in May 1980, the WB series was offered in Statesman De Ville and Statesman Caprice models. As with previous Statesmans, GMH did not use the Holden name in the badging or the official sales literature.

What kind of car is a statesman?

Statesman (automobile) Statesman is an automotive marque created in 1971 by Holden and sold in Australasia. Statesman vehicles were sold through Holden dealerships, and were initially based on the mainstream Holden HQ station wagon platform, thereby providing more interior room and generally more luxurious features than their Holden sedan siblings.

What was the last year for the statesman?

Production ceased with the last of the WB series cars in 1984. GM Holden reintroduced the range in 1990 with two long-wheelbase sedans; however, the cars were no longer marketed as Statesman by brand name, but instead as the Holden Statesman and the Holden Caprice.

When did the Holden Statesman de Ville come out?

Released in May 1980, the WB series was offered in Statesman De Ville and Statesman Caprice models. As with previous Statesmans, GMH did not use the Holden name in the badging or the official sales literature.