How many Holden VY Calais were made?

How many Holden VY Calais were made?

325 were manufactured. Based on the Berlina wagon, it features 17×8-inch machine faced six spoke alloy wheels, roof rails and rear wing, calais front facia with black bezel headlamp treatment, twin foglamps with black surrounds, unique International badging, and interior enhancements.

When did VY Series 2 start?

The VY launched in 2002 was the second major update of the VT and brought with it further refinements to the body, powertrain and chassis which reaped rewards in improved performance, ride and handling, and safety.

What engine is in a Holden Calais?

What engines are in the Calais V? There were two engines in the 2012 VE Calais Series 2. One was a 3.6-litre V6 Alloytec SIDI, the other a 6.0-litre Gen IV L76 V8.

How much is a 2003 VY SS worth?

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*Private Price Guide $8,600 – $11,000
*Trade In Price Guide $5,700 – $8,100
*Price When New $49,490* Price Guide (EGC)

Is VY a good car?

The Reliable Deal To drive a Vy Commodore to the shops, or to the Qld border, is the same comfort experience. It rides well, has excess power for any road, is very comfortable and spacious, what more can I say. It uses 10.5litres around home, crashes to only 7.2litres on a trip, just does the business.

What kind of engine does a Holden Calais have?

Released in October 2002, the Holden VY Series I (VY.I) Calais was a large drive sedan. Manufactured in Elizabeth, South Australia, the rear-wheel drive Calais was available with 3.8-litre V6, supercharged 3.8-litre V6 and 5.7-litre V8 petrol engines.

What kind of suspension does a VY Calais have?

The VY Calais had MacPherson strut front suspension and independent rear suspension with semi-trailing arms and toe control links. Standard safety equipment for the VY Calais included dual front airbags, front side airbags, ABS, traction control and front seatbelts with pretensioners and load limiters.

What kind of brakes does a VY Commodore have?

The VY Calais had 296 mm by 28 mm vented front brake discs with twin-piston calipers and 286 mm by 16 mm solid rear brake discs with single piston calipers. In ANCAP crash testing, a 2003 VY Commodore Executive – equipped with dual front airbags but not side airbags – received a four star adult occupant protection rating with a score of 26.74.