The 28 HC engine is used by Opel uses at least the Commodore. From the data we have collected so far regarding the 28 HC, it appears that this engine has been used by Opel in cars from 1972 to 1978.
The power output of the 28 HC ranges from 103 to 114 kw depending on the year of manufacture, any turbochargers and the model version. The displacement of the 28 HC is 2.753 cc.
At this time, our records show that the 28 HC was used in the cars listed below:
|Car brand||Model||Model years|
|Opel||Commodore-B Berlina Coupe||1975-1978|
|Opel||Commodore-B GS GS, Berlina||1972-1975|
|Opel||Commodore-B GS GS, Berlina||1975-1978|
|Opel||Commodore-B GS GSE, Berlina||1975-1978|
|Opel||Commodore-B GS, GS, Berlina Coupe||1972-1975|
|Opel||Commodore-B GS, GS, Berlina Coupe||1975-1978|
|Opel||Commodore-B GS, GSE, Berlina E Coupe||1975-1978|
The following Wikipedia pages might over more information about the 28 HC:
was sold under the name of the Commodore (ZB) until 2020, when it was discontinued. The Insignia is produced in Opel's plant in Rüsselsheim, Germany…
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