1946 Hudson Commodore Eight sedan. See more pictures of Hudson cars.
The 1946-1947 Hudson Commodore Eight was available as a four-door sedan, club coupe, and Brougham convertible coupe. Ragtops were few, probably not exceeding 500 units for both model years here.
The big eight gave the Commodore strong performance, and you also got nicer trim than in the Super Six. A companion Super Eight series with slightly less luxurious fittings was also offered in sedan or club coupe body styles only.
Pluses of the 1946-1947 Hudson Commodore Eight:
- Construction quality
- Enthusiastic club
- Top-line models
- Fine performance
- Not a styling masterpiece
- Heavy steering
- Clumsy handling
Production of the 1947 Hudson Commodore Eight:
Specifications of the 1946-1947 Hudson Commodore Eight:
Length, inches: 204.5
Wheelbase, inches: 121.0
Weight, pounds: 3,235-3,435
Price, new: $1,760-$2,196 (U.S.)
Engines for the 1946-1947 Hudson Commodore Eight:
|Type||Size ||Horsepower ||Years |
|sv I-8||254 cid||128||1946-1947|
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