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Opel Commodore was produced by Open between 1967 and 1982 and it was classified as an executive car. This car is the variant of the Rekord 6-cylinder with differences in styling. Between 1967 and 1982 the Commodore name was used for the vehicle by Opel. The last of the Commodore line was marketed as Vauxhall Viceroy in the UK the nameplate is continued by the Australian Holden commodore.
Opel Commodore A was produced from 1967 and it was derived from Rekord C. it was marketed as a faster version of Rekord for the up market and it was originally available with a 2.2 L 6-cylinder or 2.5 L engine producing 85kW power with single carburetor. Body styles offered include four-door or 2-door sedan, 2-door coupe hardtop. A 2.5 L 6-cylinder 130bhp sporty commodore was offered in 1967 using a double carburetor. Commodore had a 4-speed manual or 2-3speed automatic transmission. Dimensions of the vehicle were 105 inches wheelbase, 180.1 inch length, 69.1 inches width and 56.9 inches height. The commodore had a curb weight of 1,130 kg. The Commodore GS/E which was sportier was offered in 1970 with 2.5 L engine and D-jetronic fuel injection by Bosch. It developed 110kW power and achieved a peak speed of 123mph.