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'''Volkswagen 1500/Volkswagen 1500M. 1982–91 (prod. 262,668 all versions). 4-door sedan, 5-door wagon. F/R, 1498, 1798 cm³ (4 cyl. OHV).''' Facelifted version of [[Dodge 1500]], itself an Argentine version of the [[Hillman Avenger]]. Had a good history as a [[Dodge]] in the 1970s, and sold on that goodwill as well as robustness; but largely seen as an economy model for VW in the 1980s. Five-speed gearbox from 1988, with air conditioning on more models.
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'''Volkswagen 1500/Volkswagen 1500M. 1982–91 (prod. 262,668 all versions). 4-door sedan, 5-door wagon. F/R, 1498, 1798 cm³ (I4 OHV).''' Facelifted version of [[Dodge 1500]], itself an Argentine version of the [[Hillman Avenger]]. Had a good history as a [[Dodge]] in the 1970s, and sold on that goodwill as well as robustness; but largely seen as an economy model for VW in the 1980s. Five-speed gearbox from 1988, with air conditioning on more models.
  
  

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1991 Volkswagen 1500.jpg

Volkswagen 1500/Volkswagen 1500M. 1982–91 (prod. 262,668 all versions). 4-door sedan, 5-door wagon. F/R, 1498, 1798 cm³ (I4 OHV). Facelifted version of Dodge 1500, itself an Argentine version of the Hillman Avenger. Had a good history as a Dodge in the 1970s, and sold on that goodwill as well as robustness; but largely seen as an economy model for VW in the 1980s. Five-speed gearbox from 1988, with air conditioning on more models.


Manufacturing location: San Justo, Argentina

Marque: Volkswagen | Predecessor: Dodge 1500 | Successor: Volkswagen Voyage (BX)





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