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'''Chevrolet Chevy Nova/Chevrolet Nova. 1969–74 (prod. unknown). 2-, 3- and 4-door sedan. F/R, 153 in³ (4 cyl. OHV), 250 in³ (6 cyl. OHV), 307, 350, 396 in³ (V8 OHV).''' Renamed version of the Chevrolet Chevy II Nova of 1968, with all models simply Chevrolet Nova from 1970 on. Unremarkable and below-average reliability; 1973 facelift saw introduction of three-door hatchback sedan. Low roofline meant poor headroom. Emissions’ equipment hurt power and driveability from 1971. Continued in Argentina in to the late 1970s but with Chevy nameplate (since ''no va'' meant ‘does not go’).
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'''Chevrolet Chevy Nova/Chevrolet Nova. 1969–74 (prod. unknown). 2-, 3- and 4-door sedan. F/R, 153 in³ (4 cyl. OHV), 250 in³ (6 cyl. OHV), 307, 350, 396 in³ (V8 OHV).''' Renamed version of the Chevrolet Chevy II Nova of 1968. Chevrolet Chevy Nova in 1969 literature; all models simply Chevrolet Nova from 1970 on. Unremarkable and below-average reliability; 1973 facelift saw introduction of three-door hatchback sedan. Low roofline meant poor headroom. Emissions’ equipment hurt power and driveability from 1971. Continued in Argentina in to the late 1970s but with Chevy nameplate (since ''no va'' meant ‘does not go’).
  
  

Revision as of 10:41, 19 April 2010

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Chevrolet Chevy Nova/Chevrolet Nova. 1969–74 (prod. unknown). 2-, 3- and 4-door sedan. F/R, 153 in³ (4 cyl. OHV), 250 in³ (6 cyl. OHV), 307, 350, 396 in³ (V8 OHV). Renamed version of the Chevrolet Chevy II Nova of 1968. Chevrolet Chevy Nova in 1969 literature; all models simply Chevrolet Nova from 1970 on. Unremarkable and below-average reliability; 1973 facelift saw introduction of three-door hatchback sedan. Low roofline meant poor headroom. Emissions’ equipment hurt power and driveability from 1971. Continued in Argentina in to the late 1970s but with Chevy nameplate (since no va meant ‘does not go’).


Manufacturing locations: Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Van Nuys, California, USA; Norwood, Ohio, USA; Willow Run, Michigan, USA; Oshawa, Ontario, Canada; Sainte-Thérèse, Québec, Canada

Marque: Chevrolet | Model: Chevrolet Nova | Predecessor: Chevrolet Chevy II Nova | Successor: Chevrolet Nova (1975–9)







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