The 1948-1949 Hudson Commodore Six was the costlier (about $200 more) companion series to the Super Six. It was available as a Brougham convertible as well as in two- and four-door sedan body types during these years.

The chief difference
from the Super Six was a more lushly appointed interior. The 1948-1949 Hudson Commodore Six included such amenities as fold-down armrests and a chrome-plated steering column.

Pluses
of the 1948-1949 Hudson Commodore Six:
  • Design merit
  • Excellent roadability
  • Solid construction
Minuses of the 1948-1949 Hudson Commodore Six:
  • Very few -- one of the greats
  • Somewhat heavier than the 1948-1949 Super Six, so performance poorer
Production of the 1948 Hudson Commodore Six:
27,159

Production of the 1949 Hudson Commodore Six:
32,715

Specifications of t
he 1948-1949 Hudson Commodore Six:
Length, inches: 207.5
Wheelbase, inches: 124.0
Weight, pounds: 3,540-3,780
Price, new: $2,374-$3,057 (U.S.)

Engines for the 1948-1949 Hudson Commodore Six:

TypeSize
Horsepower
Years
sv I-6262 cid
1211948-1949

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