Is the Chevy Caprice a Holden?

The Holden Caprice is a full-sized car which was produced by Holden in Australia from 1990 to October 2017.

What year is a WM Caprice?

Holden Caprice (WM)

Holden Caprice (WM & WN)
Production 2006–2013 (WM) 2013–2017 (WN)
Assembly Elizabeth, South Australia
Body and chassis
Class Full-size

Is Holden Caprice a good car?

The Caprice and Statesman models have always been Australia’s foremost premier luxury cars, and with the comfort and style, you get power and performance. I have owned three of these vehicles in the past, and they have always been reliable, easy to maintain, and they give you a sense of pride when you own one.

How long is a WM Caprice?

The height, measured from the ground to the top of the car is 1480mm across all variants. The width is 1899mm across all variants. The length is 5160mm across all variants. The dimensions shown above are for the Holden Caprice V, 6.2L, PULP, 6 SP SEQ .

Is Holden Caprice a luxury car?

While Holden never exported enormous volumes of the HQ-WB Statesman, it was with the WB Statesman Caprice that Holden closed off what was once a relatively golden export era for its luxury car.

How much does a Holden Caprice cost?

Holden Caprice Pricing and Specs The Holden Caprice is available from $44,990 to $62,990 for the 2017 Sedan across a range of models.

Is the L77 aluminum?

The L77 is a Gen. 4, 6.0L, aluminum small block engine used in GM cars between 2011 and 2017.

What is the L76 engine?

The L76—like its LS2 sibling—is a 6.0L, Gen. 4, aluminum small block engine that was used both in GM cars and trucks. The L76 is an adapted version of the LS2, featuring new rectangle port cylinder heads and Active Fuel Management (AFM). The L76 was available in the Pontiac G8 GT from 2007-09.

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