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Vauxhall Nova Saloon Price

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DarceyK123 | 01:21 Sat 02nd Feb 2019 | Motoring
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Would anyone have a rough idea how much a Vauxhall Nova saloon would have been new in the mid 80s?

Many thanks.

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I have overestimated somewhat. From this Vauxhall-Opel price guide dated 19th Aug 1985, the 'On The Road' cost for Nova saloons are in the range: 1.0 2-door ... £3,859.10 1.2 GL 2-door ... £5,117.88 http://tinyurl.com/sn4ps/19.08.85.jpg But by 21st Oct 1987 had increased to: 1.0 2-door ... £4,729.58 1.3 L 4-door ... £6,350.01...
01:59 Sun 03rd Feb 2019
Difficult one that, Darcey. Plenty of info on Nova's but can't find any new prices from that era. Could be that different Vauxhall main dealerships offered different discounts, although I can't even find the factory list prices.
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No i couldn't find anything either, but thanks for trying.
Mid 80s would be a Mk1 and would have engine/trim levels for petrol engines from 1.0L base to the 1.6L GTEi or GSi.

The only Nova pricing I have found is for a Mk2 (89-93) 1.4 SR (top end of 1.4 trim) at £7,985.

https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-reviews/93816/vauxhall-nova-14sr

I suppose an earlier, lesser engine/trim could be somewhere around £5,500-£6,000
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Thank you ABerrant, thats a good guide.
I have overestimated somewhat.

From this Vauxhall-Opel price guide dated 19th Aug 1985, the 'On The Road' cost for Nova saloons are in the range:
1.0 2-door ... £3,859.10
1.2 GL 2-door ... £5,117.88

http://tinyurl.com/sn4ps/19.08.85.jpg


But by 21st Oct 1987 had increased to:
1.0 2-door ... £4,729.58
1.3 L 4-door ... £6,350.01

http://tinyurl.com/sn4ps/21.10.87.jpg
Very well done, ABerrant.
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Thank you, thats great.

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