What engine does a Holden HQ have?

What engine does a Holden HQ have?

Holden HQ
Engine 173 cu in (2.8 L) I6 202 cu in (3.3 L) I6 253 cu in (4.1 L) V8 308 cu in (5.0 L) V8 350 cu in (5.7 L) V8
Transmission 3-speed manual 4-speed manual 3-speed automatic
Wheelbase 111 in (2,800 mm) 114 in (2,900 mm) (wagon)

How much is a HQ Premier worth?

| Reader Resto: Holden HQ Statesman HZ V8 Premiers in excellent condition can achieve $35,000, with Kingswoods slightly less.

What engine is in a CV8 Monaro?

5.7-litre LS1 petrol V8

Engine Peak power
Monaro CV8 5.7-litre LS1 petrol V8 260kW at 5600rpm

When did the Holden Premier 253 V8 Tri-Matic come out?

1973 Holden Premier 253 V8 Tri-Matic (aut. 3) (HQ). Specs datasheet with technical data and performance data plus an analysis of the direct market competition of Holden Premier 253 V8 Tri-Matic (aut. 3) (HQ) in 1973, the model with 4-door sedan body and V-8 4143 cm3 / 252.8 cui, 138 kW / 188 PS / 185 hp (SAE gross) for Australia .

What kind of engine does a Holden 253 have?

Select Holden Engine Guide… The Holden 253 V8. Development of the first mass-produced All-Aussie V8 began in 1964… The development of the Holden 253 cu. in. V8 started in 1964 when the GMH Engineering Department began a serious study for the design of the next Holden engine.

What happened to the 253 V8 engine?

With the release of the ‘Black’ engine in the VK Commodore in 1984, the 253 was dropped as an option and the 308 was the only capacity of the V8 now available in the Commodore. However, the smaller engine continued to be available in the Holden WB commercial vehicles e.g. the One Tonner cab chassis.

When did the 253 come out in the LX?

From 1971 the 253 was fitted to the Statesman and, in 1974, the engines were added to the new larger LH Torana range and was offered as well on the LX model range, but not the final UC range which appeared in 1978. Both engine capacities were offered on the first Commodores which appeared in 1978.