Car reviews - Holden - Monaro - CV8 coupe
9 Jul 2002
MONARO offers seating for four adults, in a two-plus-two arrangement, each with a deeply bolstered sports bucket seat. Eight-way power-adjustable front seats combine with a two-way adjustable steering wheel to provide a highly flexible seating position, while access for the rear two occupants is made easier by a power fold/slide function for the front seats. Front passengers get front and side airbag protection.
Did you know?After the original HK Monaro of 1968-1969 came the HT Monaro in 1969. It was the first to get the Aussie V8, first appearing in 253ci (4.2-litre) guise before being made available as a 308ci (5.0-litre) when Chev 307 stocks ran out. Chev's 350 (5.7-litre) arrived later. The redesigned HG Monaro came in 1970, before the all-new HQ Monaro appeared in 1971. It was joined in 1973 by the HQ Monaro GTS sedan, while Monaro coupe and sedan versions of the HJ appeared in 1974. The HX Monaro GTS sedan and HX LE Coupe appeared in 1976, before the arrival in 1977 of the final "Monaro", the HZ GTS sedan
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