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#61

1983 - 1986 Model 20 (Nihilist)

The Model 9 Nihilist was a beautiful car; elegant, refined and bold. The Model 20 Nihilist? Ugly as a warthog and a face that only a mother could love! The goal for the Mk2 facelift was to build a silk purse from the Model 20 sow’s ear.

1983 Nihilist Entice

Entice
Attention to detail makes the Mk2 Model 20 much easier to look at!

Entice

  • Affordable halo car, premium trim/ premium 8 track, 2 seats
  • 181Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $9,850
  • Service costs: $574 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 13.3L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 5.82 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.1 sec
  • Top speed: 246 Km/h

1983 Nihilist Enthuse

Enthuse
Larger engine brings more power to the party

Enthuse

  • GT spec halo car, premium trim/ premium 8 track, 2 seats
  • 209Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $10,360
  • Service costs: $616 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 14.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 5.7 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 13.86 sec
  • Top speed: 261 Km/h

1983 Nihilist Empower

Empower
Now has looks to go with the speed!

Empower

  • Bonafide Bogliq Supercar, luxury trim/ luxury cassette player, 2 seats
  • 274Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $14,850
  • Service costs: $772 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 17.7L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 5.34 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 13.15 sec
  • Top speed: 277 Km/h

Finally the stars have realigned and the Nihilist is no longer a choice between the head and the heart; the Mk2 is handsome as well as potent… Phew! Now the designers can take a well earned break!


#62

1987 - 1990 Model 21 (Zealot)

The Model 21 was designed to address the fundamental flaws in the Model 14’s design. The Model 14 was too twitchy in the front end and the solid rear caused snap oversteer on the limit. The Model 21 addressed these flaws by introducing a Macpherson strut front suspension and a trailing arm rear suspension. The new suspension design made the car much easier to handle at the limit while simultaneously expanding those handling limits over the old car. For the high performance versions AWD was installed to further build confidence in the cars handling and stability.

The Model 21 also received a number of impressive updates including ABS brakes, cassette decks in all models and high mount stop lamp in the bootlid.

1987 Zealot Engage

Engage
Fully independant suspension and ABS brakes make the base model a trusty all weather companion

Engage

  • Base spec price leader, standard trim/ standard cassette player, 5 seats
  • 63Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $5,225
  • Service costs: $296 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 9.8L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 12.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.67 sec
  • Top speed: 162 Km/h

1987 Zealot Entrance

Entrance
Even easier to drive with standard automatic gearbox

Entrance

  • Standard spec family car, standard trim/ standard cassette player, 5 seats
  • 63Kw 4 cylinder, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $5,290
  • Service costs: $309 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 10.1L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 14.1 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.86 sec
  • Top speed: 159 Km/h

1987 Zealot Entice

Entice
Nice car for retirees to hoard for 20 years!

Entice

  • Premium spec family car, premium trim/ premium cassette player, 5 seats
  • 72Kw 4 cylinder, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,880
  • Service costs: $383 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 10.8L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 13.1 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.39 sec
  • Top speed: 165 Km/h

1987 Zealot Enthuse

Enthuse
NA performance with a dash of spice

Enthuse

  • Responsive family car, standard trim/ premium cassette player, 5 seats
  • 72Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,385
  • Service costs: $338 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 10.3L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 11.2 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.07 sec
  • Top speed: 169 Km/h

1987 Zealot Empower

Empower
AWD improves driveability and acceleration over the old RWD system

Empower

  • Four door luxury sedan, luxury trim/ luxury cassette player, 4 seats
  • 100Kw 4 cylinder Turbo, 4 speed AWD Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $10,810
  • Service costs: $528 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 11.4L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 10 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.58 sec
  • Top speed: 182 Km/h

1987 Zealot Enthuse 190AE

190AE
AWD + Turbo = Speed!

190AE

  • Eager to drive club racer, sport trim/ luxury cassette player, 4 seats
  • 114Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $10,845
  • Service costs: $492 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 11.4L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 8.47 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.26 sec
  • Top speed: 193 Km/h

Bogliq USA had to change direction. The old suspension system was holding the car back in the marketplace and FWD was unthinkable. The Model 21 Zealot is the first to test out the new theory and the results are promising… So far!


#63

1987 - 1990 Model 22 (Mutineer)

The changes made to the '83 Model 15 to improve handling and comfort were only partially successful. There were incremental gains made but a complete rethink was required to make the improvements that the marketplace demanded.

Therefore, as with the Model 21, the Model 22 dropped the solid rear end in favour of IRS and struts instead of double wishbones. The result was predictable handling at the limits with faithful responsiveness everywhere else. Handling wasn’t the only area improved though, with all trims boasting a cassette player, alloy wheels and the family trims had an automatic gearbox as standard. Fuel economy and performance has been improved across the board as well… The Mutineer now has something for everyone!

1987 Mutineer Engage

Engage
Entry level Mutineer now better value thanks to standard alloy wheels and auto gearbox

Engage

  • Standard spec price leader, standard trim/ standard cassette player, 5 seats
  • 92Kw Inline 4 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,320
  • Service costs: $385 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 9.3L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 11 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.07 sec
  • Top speed: 180 Km/h

1987 Mutineer Entrance

Entrance
Larger turbo four provides power and improved fuel economy

Entrance

  • Standard spec family car, standard trim/ standard cassette player, 5 seats
  • 111Kw Inline 4 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,605
  • Service costs: $424 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 9.8L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.31 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.99 sec
  • Top speed: 193 Km/h

1987 Mutineer Entice

Entice
Quasi-luxury car w/ legacy powerplant

Entice

  • Premium spec family car, premium trim/ premium cassette player, 5 seats
  • 105Kw V6, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $8,190
  • Service costs: $474 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 12.4L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.31 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.1 sec
  • Top speed: 193 Km/h

1987 Mutineer Enthuse

Enthuse
Now Dad can roleplay the Touring Car Championship on the way to work!

Enthuse

  • Performance spec family car, premium trim/ premium cassette player, 5 seats
  • 117Kw V6, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $8,450
  • Service costs: $518 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 13L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 8.2 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.15 sec
  • Top speed: 199 Km/h

1987 Mutineer Empower

Empower
Luxury Sports by Bogliq USA

Empower

  • Luxury spec family car, luxury trim/ luxury cassette player, 4 seats
  • 174Kw V8, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $12,540
  • Service costs: $586 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 15.6L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.14 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.31 sec
  • Top speed: 233 Km/h

1987 Mutineer Enthuse 460AE

460AE
Mid-sized super saloon now easier to drive on the limit!

460AE

  • Supercar spec family car, sport trim/ luxury cassette player, 4 seats
  • 184Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $12,880
  • Service costs: $591 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 15.4L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.18 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.59 sec
  • Top speed: 233 Km/h

The new Model 22 was expected to resurrect the Mutineer badge in the eyes of the US public. With the utilisation of the lessons learnt from the ECO program and focussing on making popular options standard, the new for '87 Mutineer should open the heart, and wallet, of even the fussiest medium car buyer!


#64

1987 - 1990 Model 23 (Maverick)

By mid 1984 it was clear to the Bogliq Product Management team that trying to keep the Maverick as a volume seller was going to become unmanageable. The growing interest in large offroad wagons and dual cab utilities for less affluent families meant that there was little interest in budget trimmed large cars. Therefore when designing the Model 23, Bogliq USA restructured the model to cater exclusively to smaller, higher profit, markets rather than selling the Model 23 in substantial volumes as an all-round general purpose model.

The model 23 received the same structural upgrades as the rest of the Bogliq range and is built in three distinct body styles; sedan, coupe and convertible. All but the 700AE have premium or luxury interiors and they all have either premium or luxury cassette decks. The Maverick may have lost its mass market appeal but it has re-emerged as a multi-niche contender with an aspirational trim for every automotive vice!

1987 Maverick Entrance

Entrance
“Entry level” Maverick is a plush middle managers dream ride

Entrance

  • Premium spec family car, premium trim/ premium cassette player, 5 seats
  • 174Kw V8, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $9,675
  • Service costs: $490 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 17.5L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.62 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.78 sec
  • Top speed: 209 Km/h

1987 Maverick Empower

Empower
No longer powered by the 7L Delta because customers weren’t using the extra power!

Empower

  • Luxury spec family car, luxury trim/ luxury cassette player, 5 seats
  • 202Kw V8, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $15,825
  • Service costs: $643 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 19L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.26 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.43 sec
  • Top speed: 222 Km/h

1987 Maverick Engage

Engage
Perfect for a topless drive to the California sun!

Engage

  • Premium spec convertible, premium trim/ premium cassette player, 4 seats
  • 174Kw V8, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $9,720
  • Service costs: $526 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 18.7L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 8.1 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.26 sec
  • Top speed: 202 Km/h

1987 Maverick Entice

Entice
Perfect for a topless drive away from a Monaco casino!

Entice

  • Luxury spec convertible, luxury trim/ luxury cassette player, 4 seats
  • 202Kw V8, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $13,540
  • Service costs: $642 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 20.1L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.74 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.78 sec
  • Top speed: 214 Km/h

1987 Maverick Enthuse 540S

Enthuse
Premium sports coupe w/ a nice manual gearbox

540S

  • Premium spec sports coupe, premium trim/ premium cassette player, 4 seats
  • 211Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $10,365
  • Service costs: $577 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 17.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.7 sec
  • Top speed: 223 Km/h

1987 Maverick Enthuse 700AE

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For the street racer who simply must win without using a Supercar!

700AE

  • High performance spec sports coupe, sports trim/ luxury cassette player, 4 seats
  • 281Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $15,200
  • Service costs: $856 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 21.8L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 5.47 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 13.86 sec
  • Top speed: 242 Km/h

The expectation of the new Model 23 was to make enough sales to keep the model viable while maximising its “aspirational” value to leverage more buyers into lesser Bogliq products…

PS: 1987 Model 16 (Maverick)

The ASCAR program wasn’t shut down when the Model 23 was put into production. The Model 16 was kept in production on a batch-by-batch basis to build the required homologation total of road cars to satisfy ASCAR regulations. For 1987 this included a full house homologation spec engine, complete with race spec air intakes and exhaust manifolds. The '87 Model 16 Maverick ASCAR is a noisy, smelly throwback sort of car that juuust manages to sell its total of cars each year!

1987 Maverick ASCAR

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Unaccountably popular in the mid-west!

ASCAR

  • Road legal Homologation ASCAR, basic trim/ standard cassette player, 4 seats
  • 213Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $9,540
  • Service costs: $638 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 37.7L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.43 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.7 sec
  • Top speed: 218 Km/h

The ASCAR program was guaranteed for the next four years but would ultimately depend on the stability of the ASCAR regulations long term…


#65

1987 - 1990 Model 24 (Coyote)

For both the previous generation Coyote variants, the chassis has been shared with either the Maverick or Mutineer to save development costs. However this has resulted in flawed designs that don’t handle as well as a sportscar should and hamper the development of truly high performance variants that are more than one trick ponies.

The Model 24 Coyote has sidestepped this issue by sporting a complete double wishbone suspension at every corner. Coupled with a new, more aerodynamic, body and better focussed, role specific, drivetrains, the Model 24 is easier to drive, more sporty and more efficient than the Model 17. Prices have increased, true, but you get so much more for your money with the Model 24 that it’s worth the premium!

1987 Coyote 230 Street

230%20Street
The “hairdresser’s car” of the Coyote range; all show, little go!

230 Street

  • Entry level sports coupe, standard trim/ standard cassette, 4 seats
  • 111Kw Inline 4 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,775
  • Service costs: $430 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 9.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.31 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.99 sec
  • Top speed: 202 Km/h

1987 Coyote 320 Super Street

320%20Super%20Street
The budget racer trim level; fun, fast and cheap!

320 Super Street

  • Enthusiastic sports coupe, standard trim/ premium cassette, 4 seats
  • 132Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $8,145
  • Service costs: $457 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 13.1L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.62 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.66 sec
  • Top speed: 214 Km/h

1987 Coyote 540AE

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The factory hot-rod of the Coyote range

540AE

  • High performance sports coupe, premium trim/ premium cassette, 4 seats
  • 211Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $10,125
  • Service costs: $543 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 15.7L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.07 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.35 sec
  • Top speed: 254 Km/h

The only weakness of the new Model 24 was the higher purchase price. The range had a trim level to suit all budgets and driving tastes and it was expected that the Model 24 would be very popular with the American public!


#66

1987 - 1990 Model 5 (Cargostar)

The more things change, the more they stay the same…

The Model 5 is living proof of this premise, receiving a new 2L Turbo engine to boost fuel efficiency but otherwise only receiving detail changes to its winning formula of hauling lots of stuff around cheaply!

1987 Cargostar

Cargostar
Lets play… Spot the difference!

Cargostar

  • Low cost light delivery vehicle, standard trim/ standard cassette, 2 seats
  • 92Kw Inline 4 Turbo, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,210
  • Service costs: $320 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 9.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.06 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.86 sec
  • Top speed: 186 Km/h

Looks like the Model 5 will be in production for at least another four years… Long live the Cargostar, long live the King!!!


#67

1987 - 1990 Model 18 (Squadstar)

The Mk3 Model 18 was designed to achieve incremental improvements in every area of Squadstar ownership. The only area in which the Mk3 didn’t improve was the purchase cost…

1987 Squadstar

Squadstar
Round two of… Spot the difference!

Squadstar

  • Budget people mover, standard trim/ standard cassette, 7 seats
  • 92Kw Inline 4 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $7,295
  • Service costs: $371 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 11.8L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 14 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.86 sec
  • Top speed: 173 Km/h

The price rise will make the Model 18 Mk3 harder to sell than before, however the core Squadstar values are still present and it still represents great buying for large families on a budget…


#68

1987 - 1990 Model 25 (Overlander)

For the record, there was nothing wrong with the previous generation Overlander. The Model 19 did stellar service in replacement of the original Model 6. However Bogliq R&D had come up with a new chassis design, that married the driveability and comfort of monocoque with the strength and load capacity of a ladder chassis. This new chassis debuted in the new Model 25 and was so successful that focus group attendees found that the Overlander, with its solid front axle, was easier to drive than it’s IFS predecessor!

The new Model 25 also received a V8 powerplant for the first time, as well as four speed automatics as standard across the range. You could still special order any Overlander model in stick-shift but it was no longer a part of the Overlander’s core trim blueprint…

1987 Overlander


So tall it requires a step ladder to get into the cabin!

Overlander

  • LWB offroad workhorse, standard trim/ standard cassette, 5 seats
  • 180Kw V8, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $10,905
  • Service costs: $595 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 22.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 10.1 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.34 sec
  • Top speed: 198 Km/h

1987 Overlander Rancher

Rancher
Offroad people mover with new AWD drivetrain

Rancher

  • LWB rough road workhorse, standard trim/ standard cassette, 7 seats
  • 180Kw V8, 4 speed Automatic AWD Gearbox
  • Price when new: $10,625
  • Service costs: $543 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 18.6L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 8.82 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.75 sec
  • Top speed: 191 Km/h

1987 Overlander Nomad


The ultimate, go anywhere, cargo hauler around!

Nomad

  • LWB offroad cargo hauler, standard trim/ standard cassette, 2 seats
  • 180Kw V8, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $10,090
  • Service costs: $595 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 21.3L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.66 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.1 sec
  • Top speed: 199 Km/h

1987 Overlander Haulage

Haulage
A faithful farmers companion, ready for work!

Haulage

  • LWB farm utility and workhorse, standard trim/ standard cassette, 2 seats
  • 180Kw V8, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $8,815
  • Service costs: $511 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 17.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.19 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.1 sec
  • Top speed: 196 Km/h

The new chassis design had pushed up the purchase price somewhat but Bogliq USA felt that the enduring strength and drive quality of the design would win buyers over to the Overlander’s side…


#69

1987 - 1990 Model 20 (Nihilist)

The visual changes to the Model 20 Mk2 were successful in improving the fortunes of the Nihilist in the high performance market. So, for the Mk3 update, the design wasn’t changed upfront and the rear was made to look less fussy and avante garde…

1987 Nihilist Entice

Entice
Entry level coupe now comes with an automatic gearbox

Entice

  • Stylish sportscar, Premium trim/ Premium cassette, 2 seats
  • 211Kw V8, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $12,165
  • Service costs: $602 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 14.7L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.07 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.1 sec
  • Top speed: 253 Km/h

1987 Nihilist Enthuse

Enthuse
Fun sports coupe with a manual gearbox

Enthuse

  • Sporty yet stylish sportscar, Premium trim/ Premium cassette, 2 seats
  • 211Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $12,060
  • Service costs: $593 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 13.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 5.7 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 13.74 sec
  • Top speed: 254 Km/h

1987 Nihilist Empower

Empower
Super capable high performance GT

Empower

  • High performance Gran Tourer, luxury trim/ luxury cassette, 2 seats
  • 281Kw V8, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $15,525
  • Service costs: $795 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 17.7L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 5.34 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 13.62 sec
  • Top speed: 276 Km/h

1987 Nihilist Empower 700AE

700AE
Hard charging, racer for the road, wishlist spec Nihilist!

700AE

  • Bogliq USA’s only Supercar, Sports trim/ Luxury cassette, 2 seats
  • 281Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $15,960
  • Service costs: $874 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 17.3L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 5.22 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 13.02 sec
  • Top speed: 284 Km/h

It was expected that the Mk3 Model 20 would finally erase the bad taste that was the Mk1 out of the metaphorical mouths of the US public. Once again, the Nihilist was a car worthy of being lusted after on bedroom walls and drooled over in car parks and on dealer forecourts…

Nihilist
An advertisement in 1988 for the Nihilist Empower 700AE


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#70

1991 - 1994 Model 21 (Zealot)

1988 was a wake up call for Bogliq USA. Having over-engineered their products since the decision to standardise on Bog-jet Fuel injection in the early 70’s, Bogliq USA found themselves being comprehensively out priced by their competition. Even worse, the decision to stick with RWD in all models has resulted in cars that aren’t pleasant to drive and have cramped interiors.

This has resulted in Bogliq USA ordering a fundamental review of all their product and redesigning the cars to be cheaper to build and maintain while boosting their appeal to their various market segments. This program has been dubbed internally as “Buying better… For everyone”.

A major component of this reform is the introduction of the new Epsilon engine architecture. The old Gamma engines were inefficient but cheap to build and the Delta was efficient but costly. The Epsilon program has married the two architecture’s strengths together by being an efficient SOHC 4v design which has been made from cast iron to save costs…

1991 Zealot Engage

Engage
Base spec Zealot is also the most economical on fuel

Engage

  • Base spec price leader, basic trim/ basic radio, 4 seats
  • 64Kw Inline 5 cylinder, 4 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $4,605
  • Service costs: $210 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 8.6L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 10.4 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.83 sec
  • Top speed: 153 Km/h

1991 Zealot Entrance

Entrance
Subtle restyle hides major under-skin changes

Entrance

  • Basic spec family car, basic trim/ basic radio, 5 seats
  • 64Kw Inline 5 cylinder, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $5,035
  • Service costs: $254 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 8.3L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 11.9 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.67 sec
  • Top speed: 154 Km/h

1991 Zealot Entice

Entice
Style, performance and efficiency all rolled into one comfy package!

Entice

  • Premium spec family car, premium trim/ basic radio, 5 seats
  • 82Kw Inline 5 cylinder Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,450
  • Service costs: $426 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 7.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 10.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.7 sec
  • Top speed: 173 Km/h

1991 Zealot Enthuse
Enthuse
Enthuse trim unleashes the Zealot’s inner street racer!

Enthuse

  • Fun to drive family hatch, basic trim/ basic radio, 4 seats
  • 82Kw Inline 5 cylinder Turbo, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $5,705
  • Service costs: $360 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 7.6L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 8.7 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.75 sec
  • Top speed: 173 Km/h

The first of the efficiency dividend generation reveals the massive savings that have been achieved by the program on the Zealot platform. Most models are cheaper, all are easier to drive and the customer still gets what they want. The only downside is that the cars are now determined to understeer, the neutral chassis of the RWD model is no more. But this is, unfortunately, a case of the needs of the many outweighing the needs of the few, with other more driver focussed models still available for drivers, in the Bogliq range…


#71

I see you went excited with the I5’s, Like me :smile:


#72

It’s a convenient coincidence actually, I needed an engine that was shorter than an I6 but scaled up better than an I4. I was using the V6 but I can’t make economical tuned turbo versions of them cheaply due to the duplication of turbo’s and exhaust parts. I was thinking of where I’d have to compromise then I remembered a recent video by Killrob talking about I5’s and their benefits and I realised they were perfect for my next gen engine family, lol. :sunglasses:

I’m really impressed with my results so far, although it’s early days yet, and I’m hoping to get my company back on top thanks to I5 awesomeness! I just hope that I’m not swamped with everyone else using them in Generations as I need a competitive advantage, stat!!! :grin:


#73

1991 - 1994 Model 22 (Mutineer)

The second model to receive the efficiency dividend was the Model 22. Gone were the high end niche cars and the Delta engine line was replaced with the new Epsilon powerplants. Rather than proliferate new engine families for every trim, Bogliq has focussed on getting the most from a single family using capacity change and turbocharging provide the differentiation between the various trims. The Mk2 Model 22 was also extensively workshopped with it’s target audience and changes were made on that basis. The overall result is a car that’s cheaper to buy, cheaper to run and makes the buyer happy…

1991 Mutineer Engage

Engage
Now nearly $1,100 cheaper than the outgoing model!

Engage

  • Basic spec price leader, basic trim/ basic cassette player, 5 seats
  • 79Kw Inline 5, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $5,225
  • Service costs: $274 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 10.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 11.2 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.31 sec
  • Top speed: 170 Km/h

1991 Mutineer Entrance

Entrance
The Entrance is expected to be the volume selling Mutineer trim

Entrance

  • Basic spec family car, basic trim/ basic cassette player, 5 seats
  • 82Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $5,530
  • Service costs: $300 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 7.4L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 11.5 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.42 sec
  • Top speed: 177 Km/h

1991 Mutineer Entice

Entice
$1,400 saving but just as comfortable to drive

Entice

  • Premium spec comfy commuter, premium trim/ basic cassette player, 4 seats
  • 92Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,685
  • Service costs: $484 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 8.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 10.4 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.7 sec
  • Top speed: 187 Km/h

Mutineer Enthuse

Enthuse
Bogliq USA hasn’t forgotten the self shifting community!

Enthuse

  • Fun to drive family car, basic trim/ basic cassette player, 4 seats
  • 92Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $5,770
  • Service costs: $362 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 8.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 8.35 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.39 sec
  • Top speed: 186 Km/h

The new Model 22’s sharp pricing is expected to revitalise interest in Bogliq’s mid-sizer and the efficient Epsilon powerplant is expected to transform potential prospects into guaranteed sales…

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#74

1991 - 1994 Model 23 (Maverick)

The third recipient of the efficiency dividend was the Model 23. Again the majority of niche models were dropped due to them crossing over with Bogliq sports car range and the number of expensive engine options were culled down to a single engine family. As with the Model 21 and 22, the Model 23 switched to FWD and has had the Epsilon powertrain installed in all models…

1991 Maverick Engage

Engage
Base spec Maverick combines efficiency with lots of interior space!

Engage

  • Basic spec price leader, basic trim/ basic cassette player, 5 seats
  • 113Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,625
  • Service costs: $318 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 10.6L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 10.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.58 sec
  • Top speed: 179 Km/h

1991 Maverick Entrance

Entrance
Standard spec Maverick improves the interior ambience

Entrance

  • Standard spec family car, standard trim/ basic cassette player, 5 seats
  • 131Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $7,350
  • Service costs: $453 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 11L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.43 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.1 sec
  • Top speed: 190 Km/h

1991 Maverick Entice

Entice
Comfy coupe for long interstate driving holidays

Entice

  • Premium spec luxury coupe, premium trim/ standard cassette player, 4 seats
  • 131Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $8,440
  • Service costs: $496 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 11.4L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.55 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.1 sec
  • Top speed: 189 Km/h

1991 Maverick Enthuse

Enthuse
Sporty Maverick coupe has a manual gearbox as standard!

Enthuse

  • Performance spec sports coupe, standard trim/ standard cassette player, 4 seats
  • 131Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $7,860
  • Service costs: $456 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 10.8L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.99 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.15 sec
  • Top speed: 192 Km/h

#75

1991 - 1994 Model 16 (Maverick)

Yep, the homologation program is still in operation, despite setbacks at the track and on the sales floor. The biggest changes for this seasons homologation car is that the competition carburettors, exhaust headers and race cam have been replaced with an E-Bog fuel injection system and more road useable headers and cam spec. This is partly to avoid the dramas of the race carbs catching fire and also to make the car less of a burden to own…

1991 Maverick ASCAR

ASCAR
It may not be as hardcore as before but it doesn’t need to refuel every 200Km either!

ASCAR

ASCAR

  • Road legal Homologation ASCAR, basic trim/ basic cassette player, 4 seats
  • 176Kw V8, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $9,270
  • Service costs: $523 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 20.6L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.03 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.31 sec
  • Top speed: 207 Km/h

This will be the last four years the Model 16 will be available via homologation. The next ASCAR will be based off the new model Maverick which will appear in 1995…


#76

1991 - 1994 Model 24 (Coyote)

Unfortunately for the V8 enthusiasts, the Model 24 was included in the efficiency dividend upgrade. This saw the complete takeover of the Epsilon inline five turbo engine platform as the standard Model 24 drivetrain. The Model 24 also became standard equipped with a manual gearbox since most of the sedan range had all been respecced with automatic gearboxes as standard…

1991 Coyote 200 Street

200S
Efficient and fun to drive with the security of understeer at the limit

200 Street

  • Entry level sports coupe, standard trim/ basic cassette, 4 seats
  • 92Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,140
  • Service costs: $398 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 8L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.31 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.1 sec
  • Top speed: 191 Km/h

Coyote 230 Super Street

230SS
More fuel used equals more straight line performance

230 Super Street

  • Mid level sports coupe, standard trim/ basic cassette, 4 seats
  • 113Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,750
  • Service costs: $428 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 9.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.99 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.15 sec
  • Top speed: 201 Km/h

1991 Coyote 280 Hyper Street

280HS
The Hyper Street trim is a true racer for the road

280 Hyper Street

  • High performance sports coupe, sports trim/ basic cassette, 4 seats
  • 131Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $9,535
  • Service costs: $506 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 9.6L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.26 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.43 sec
  • Top speed: 215 Km/h

It is anticipated that the new Model 24 will boost sales to young people and those who want more interaction with their daily driving commute. Fans of the V8 Coyote are discreetly handed a Leeroy Racing brochure as they’re rumoured to be putting out a “handling kit” which will satisfy those customers particular needs…


#77

1991 - 1994 Model 25 (Overlander)

The Model 25 had proved to be less than successful on its debut. The new hybrid chassis was very successful as a concept but the large V8 and over specification of each trim had lead to a vehicle that was simply too expensive for the target market to afford.

Even though the Model 25 was included in the efficiency dividend, many in Bogliq Powertrain felt that the large capacity V8 had to stay and that savings would be incremental over the 1987 spec. The lead engineer in Bogliq R&D was heard to mutter “Hold my beer…” as he developed a variant of the Epsilon program that had the required stump pulling torque so beloved of the 4WD fraternity. The result was a Model 25 that was easier to drive, use less fuel and was cheaper overall to build.

1991 Overlander


Unchanged on the outside but substantially improved on the inside

Overlander

  • LWB offroad workhorse, standard trim/ basic cassette, 4 seats
  • 132Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $9,695
  • Service costs: $546 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 13.3L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 12.2 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.55 sec
  • Top speed: 178 Km/h

1991 Overlander Rancher


Offroad people mover now uses much less fuel than before

Rancher

  • LWB rough road workhorse, standard trim/ basic cassette, 5+2 seats
  • 132Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $8,180
  • Service costs: $506 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 11.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 11.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.83 sec
  • Top speed: 176 Km/h

1991 Overlander Nomad


Can take your stuff wherever on Earth you need to take it!

Nomad

  • LWB offroad cargo hauler, standard trim/ basic cassette, 2 seats
  • 132Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $9,205
  • Service costs: $513 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 12.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 11.9 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.42 sec
  • Top speed: 178 Km/h

1991 Overlander Haulage


The Haulage is now less of a burden on the hip pocket than before

Haulage

  • LWB farm utility and cargo hauler, standard trim/ basic cassette, 2 seats
  • 132Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $8,715
  • Service costs: $513 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 12L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 11.1 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.7 sec
  • Top speed: 176 Km/h

With the changes wrought by the efficiency dividend program, the Model 25 should have no problem attracting new customers to the Bogliq brand.


#78

1991 - 1994 Model 26 (Cargostar, Squadstar)

With the introduction of the efficiency dividend program Bogliq USA re-merged two separate models back together. The Model 18 was due for replacement in 1991 anyway but the hybrid monocoque chassis pioneered in the Model 25 meant that the Model 5 could be replaced as well. Considering that the Model 5 was really inefficient in its manufacturing design and the tooling was thoroughly worn out by this stage made the kill order an easy one.

Thanks to the hybrid chassis the Model 26 can still have a leaf sprung rear end to carry heavy loads while having a quality cabin ambiance that only monocoque can provide. The Epsilon powertrains provide economical performance and the aerodynamic styling provides the good looks!

1991 Cargostar

Cargostar
Provides far superior dynamics and ergonomics versus the Model 5!

Cargostar

  • Low cost cargo hauler, basic trim/ basic cassette, 2 seats
  • 92Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $5,695
  • Service costs: $320 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 8.5L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 10.7 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.7 sec
  • Top speed: 200 Km/h

1991 Squadstar

Squadstar
Car like driving position much less confronting than the previous Model 18

Squadstar

  • Budget MPV, basic trim/ basic cassette, 7 seats
  • 92Kw Inline 5 Turbo, 4 speed Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $6,035
  • Service costs: $320 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 8.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 10.6 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.83 sec
  • Top speed: 199 Km/h

With a focus on ergonomic improvement, cost reduction and efficiency, the Model 26 was expected to make a substantial impact on the Delivery and People Mover segments of the marketplace…


#79

MOAR HEADLIGHTS! :smiley:


#80

Hahahaha… The more the merrier I say!