Chevrolet Impala 5th generation convertible 6.6 MT (1971–1971)

Chevrolet Impala 5th generation convertible 6.6 MT (1971–1971)
Car model: Chevrolet (Chevrolet) Title: Chevrolet Model: Impala Generation: 5th generation convertible Modification: 6.6 MT Year of issue: 1971–1971

Main characteristics

Body:

The minimum amount of luggage (l)490
Front wheel track (mm)1628
Wheelbase (mm)3086
Height (mm)1356
Width (mm)1767
Rear wheel track (mm)1626
Ground clearance (mm)152
Curb Weight (kg)1835
Length (mm)5507

Engine:

Cylinder Bore (mm)104.8
Number of valves per cylinder2
Number of cylindersEight
Piston stroke (mm)95.5
Maximum torque (N • m)529
Maximum torque revolutions, max. (r / min)2400
Maximum power speed, max. (r / min)4400
Intake typeCarburetor
Engine configurationV-shaped
Engine power (hp)255
Engine capacity (cm3)6555
Engine’s typePetrol

Transmission:

Number of steps3
Drive unitRear
TransmissionMechanics

Suspension and brakes:

Rear brakesDrum
Front brakesDrum
Rear suspensionRigid bridge, coil springs, telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers, A-arm
Front suspensionIndependent, spring

Performance indicators:

Fuel consumption in the combined cycle (l / 100 km)24.4
Fuel tank capacity (l)90.9
Fuel consumption on the highway (l / 100 km)16.7
Fuel consumption in the city (l / 100 km)29.4
Acceleration time to 100 km / h (s)11.5
Maximum speed (km / h)171
Recommended fuelAI-92

Steering:

Turning diameter (m)13.8
Power steeringMissing

Tires, wheels:

DiscsFrontRear
Rim widthFiveFive
Rim diameter1414
Number of mounting holesFiveFive
TiresFrontRear
Tire diameter1414
Tire height7575
Tire width205205

Chevrolet Impala 5th generation convertible 6.6 MT (1971–1971)
Chevrolet Impala 5th generation convertible 6.6 MT (1971–1971)
Chevrolet Impala 5th generation convertible 6.6 MT (1971–1971)
Chevrolet Impala 5th generation convertible 6.6 MT (1971–1971)
Chevrolet Impala 5th generation convertible 6.6 MT (1971–1971)
Chevrolet Impala 5th generation convertible 6.6 MT (1971–1971)


Chevrolet Impala 5th generation convertible 6.6 MT (1971–1971).