Hillman Avenger

Published: 12-03-2011 photo #5415 3 comments 1 votes

Category:Antique and Post-war - Combustion powered    Manufacturer:Hillman    Country:United Kingdom    Year:2011 Contributor:Richard Simpson

Description

Hillman Avenger, 1972 RVX 747K. Not to sure about the colour(a personal taste thing)or the after market alloys.
The Hillman Avenger was a rear-wheel drive small family car originally manufactured under the Hillman marque by the Rootes Group from 1970–1976, and made by Chrysler Europe from 1976–1981 as the Chrysler Avenger and finally the Talbot Avenger. The Avenger was exported to North America and sold there as the Plymouth Cricket.
The Avenger was initially produced at Rootes' plant in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, England, and later at the company's Linwood facility near Glasgow, Scotland.

Manufacturer Rootes Group
Chrysler Europe
Also called Chrysler Avenger
Talbot Avenger
Sunbeam Avenger (Europe)
Dodge Avenger (South Africa)
Plymouth Cricket (U.S/Canada)
Dodge 1800 (Brazil)
Dodge Polara (Brazil)
Dodge 1500 Pickup (Uruguay)
Dodge 1500 (Argentina)
Volkswagen 1500 (Argentina)
Production 1970–1981
Argentina until 1988
Predecessor Hillman Minx
Body style 4-door saloon
5-door estate from 1972
2-door saloon from 1973
Layout Front-engine, Rear-wheel drive
Engine 1248 cc I4 (1970–1973)
1295 cc I4 (1973–1981)
1498 cc I4
1598 cc I4 (1973–1981)
1798 cc I4 (South America)
Transmission 4-speed manual
3-speed automatic
Wheelbase 98 in (2,500 mm)
Length 161 in (4,100 mm)
Width 62 in (1,600 mm)
Height 53 in (1,300 mm)

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