Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham

November 26th, 2014 | 0 Comments | Cadillac

The Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham is an elaborate model passenger car of America 1974-1986 Cadillac car brand. The 1975 model year Cadillac was the traditional name used since 1938 Sixty Special, and named the model to Fleetwood Brougham. When Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham was a version equipped Cadillac DeVille luxury Sedan on a longer wheelbase (337.8 instead of 330.2 cm initially) with technology (RWD otherwise unchanged, rear axle, 8.2 liter V8 carbureted four grooves (193 PS) or injection (218 hp)).

For the 1977 model year, all Cadillac models (with the exception of Cadillac Seville and Cadillac Eldorado) reduced, while retaining rear. From now on, Cadillac DeVille and Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham shared the wheelbase (308.6 cm). The unit now took a seven liters V8 (183 hp carbureted 198 hp with fuel injection), transmission continues the Turbo Hydra-Matic three-speed automatic.

For the 1980 model year, a small facelift with more flat front, which should improve aerodynamics and reduce fuel consumption. At the same time, seven liters was replaced by a six-liter V8, at the request of the Oldsmobile diesel V8 was produced with a capacity of 5.7 liters available. For the first time the Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham was also available as a two-door coupe.

Only in 1981 was one of the modular engine called V8-6-4 with 6 liters of displacement and cutting cylinder series, On request there is also a 4.1-liter V6 diesel or continue to the left to order. Since 1982, a new, self-developed by Cadillac 4.1 liter V8 and V6 series corresponded again.

Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham 1994

Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham 1994

For the 1985 model year, Fleetwood (along with the Cadillac DeVille was reduced again) and switch to FWD, former Fleetwood Brougham was continued as a separate model in the range of Cadillac and 1987 model year Cadillac Brougham simply called . 1986 Fleetwood Brougham Coupe accounted for and diesel engine, 4.1 liter V8 has been replaced by a five liter. The large rear-drive model remained until 1992 and was in production in the fall of 1992 by the re-converted to RWD Cadillac Fleetwood General Motors replaced the D-platform Chevrolet Caprice was associated with time.

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