Chevy SSR Engine
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Chevy SSR (Super Sport Roadster) was first introduced in the market during 2003- 2004. The first generation Chevy SSR was equipped with 5.3 liter Vortec 5300 V8 engine and model parts were built in United States, Michigan and Lansing. The purpose of Chevrolet behind SSR was to manufacture a retractable hardtop convertible pickup truck. The first generation Chevy truck was based on long wheelbase platform shared with Chevrolet Trailblazer EXT. The models were available with 20-inch rear and 19-inch front wheels and tires. The 5.3-liter V8 all aluminum motor unit also showcased high level of durability, performance and less noise. First generation SSR models featured original use of structural components calibration and materials.
Popular Chevrolet SSR Engines
|Year||Model||Body type||Engine Type|
|2006||SSR||Truck||6.0L V8 4-speed Automatic 4.1 ft. Bed||Get Quote|
|2005||SSR||Truck||6.0L V8 4-speed Automatic 4.1 ft. Bed||Get Quote|
|2004||SSR||Truck||5.3L V8 4-speed Automatic 4.1 ft. Bed||Get Quote|
|2003||SSR||Truck||5.3L V8 4-speed Automatic 4.1 ft. Bed||Get Quote|
The second generation Chevy SSR was reframed in the year 2005. Chevy 2005 SSR models used a 6.0 liter LS2 V8 engine, which was also available in Pontiac GTO and C6 Corvette. Second generation SSR used a 300 millimeter torque converter. 2005 2-door muscle truck produced an output of 390 horsepower, quite superior as compared to Chevrolet Trailblazer producing 302 horsepower output. The 2005 Chevy SSR models also had a manual six speeds Tremec T-56 transmission unit for better acceleration and pace.
The 2006 Chevy SSR models were recreated again with added GM badges featuring GMT 368 platform for sheer driving experience. The third generation Chevy SSR got additional increment in the output by minor 10- hp blip to be precise 395 horsepower automatic and 400 horse power manual transmission units. The 2006 SSR cars came with latest LS2 motor and five spoke alloy sport wheels measuring 19 inches front plus 20 inches rear Goodyear’s. The solitary power for Chevy 2006 SSR was 6.0-liter aluminum V8 rated at four hundred pound feet torque and four hundred horse power. The hauling capacity of third generation Chevy was rated around 2,500 pounds more than a Caddy Deville.
The Chevy SSR ended production in mid- 2006. The final Super Sport Roadster featured unique black on silver 2- door convertible models with highest VIN across American market. The used engines of all generation Chevy SSR are available for sale on used motor site ASAP Motors.