The 1971 Nova remained mostly the same with the exception of the loss of simulated fender vents.
The 1971 Nova remained mostly the same with the exception of the loss of simulated fender vents. The 396 was now gone as top engine choice leaving only the 350ci for the performance seekers.
The Rally Nova was introduced which featured full race stripes that ran the length of the car, Rally Nova sticker, and Rally wheels.
All engines reflected lower compression due to having to run unleaded fuel.
|4-Dr Sedan||51,643||Total Production||194,878|
|Engine||Size||Carb.||HP||Torque||0 to 60||Quarter mile|
|Turbo-Fire 350||350ci||1x2bbl/1x4bbl||245/270hp||-||8.5 sec||15.92 sec @ 87.36 mph|
- 4-Speed Manual (fully synch)
- 3-Speed (fully synch)
- Turbo Hydra-Matic
Paint & Colors
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