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What is the 17 N engine?

The 17 N engine is used by Opel uses at least the Olympia en Rekord. From the data we have collected so far regarding the 17 N, it appears that this engine has been used by Opel in cars from 1965 to 1982.

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How much power does the 17 N have?

The power output of the 17 N ranges from 44 to 55 kw depending on the year of manufacture, any turbochargers and the model version. The displacement of the 17 N is 1.679 cc.

Which car models make use of the 17 N engine?

At this time, our records show that the 17 N was used in the cars listed below:

Car brand Model Model years
Opel Olympia, Rekord-B Coupe 1965-1966
Opel Rekord-B Caravan 1965-1966
Opel Rekord-B Caravan 1977-1982
Opel Rekord-C 1966-1969
Opel Rekord-C 1969-1972
Opel Rekord-C Caravan 1966-1969
Opel Rekord-C Caravan 1969-1972
Opel Rekord-C L 1966-1969
Opel Rekord-C L 1969-1972
Opel Rekord-C L Caravan 1966-1969
Opel Rekord-C L Caravan 1969-1972
Opel Rekord-D 1974-1977
Opel Rekord-D Caravan 1972-1975
Opel Rekord-D Caravan 1974-1977
Opel Rekord-D Caravan L 1974-1977
Opel Rekord-D D 1971-1975
Opel Rekord-D L 1971-1975
Opel Rekord-D L Berlina 1974-1977
Opel Rekord-D L Caravan 1972-1975
Opel Rekord-E L 1977-1982

Where can I learn more about the 17 N?

The following Wikipedia pages might over more information about the 17 N:

  • Opel Olympia Rekord

    The Opel Olympia Rekord was a two-door family car that replaced the Opel Olympia in March 1953. Innovations included the strikingly modern Ponton format…

  • Opel Olympia

    The Opel Olympia is a compact car by German automaker Opel, then part of G.M., from 1935 to 1940, and after World War II continued from 1947 to 1953. It…

  • Opel Rekord

    The Opel Rekord is a large family car which was built in eight generations by the German car manufacturer Opel. Between 1953 and 1986, approximately ten…