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Here you will find sales figures for the Chevrolet Caprice. The Chevrolet Caprice is a full-size sedan that was in production from 1965 to 1990, and again from 2011 to 2017. It was a popular choice for police cars, taxis, and limousines.
The Caprice was powered by a variety of engines over the years, including a 4.1L V6, a 5.0L V8, and a 5.7L V8. It was mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission or a 4-speed automatic transmission. The Caprice was available with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The Caprice got an EPA-estimated 17 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway. It was not the most fuel-efficient full-size sedan on the market, but it was still respectable for a car of its size.
The Caprice was not the most spacious full-size sedan on the market, but it was comfortable for five adults. The cargo space was also decent, with 17.3 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats. The Caprice was a good choice for people who were looking for a comfortable, reliable, and fuel-efficient full-size sedan. It was not the most spacious or powerful full-size sedan on the market, but it was still a good value for the price.
The Chevrolet Caprice was discontinued in 1990 after General Motors decided to focus on the Chevrolet Impala as its flagship full-size sedan. The Caprice nameplate was revived in 2011 as a rebadged version of the Holden Commodore, an Australian-market car. The 2011-2017 Caprice was available as a police car, taxi, and limousine. It was discontinued again in 2017 after General Motors decided to end production of the Holden Commodore.