About Chevrolet Beretta
The Chevrolet Beretta is a front-wheel-drive two-door coupé produced by Chevrolet from 1987 to 1996 and was assembled at the Wilmington, Delaware, and Linden, New Jersey assembly plants, sharing the GM's L platform with other models. The basic Beretta model was equipped with a 2.2 L OHV 4-cylinder or a 60-degree V6 engine. For the GT version, a 2.8-liter V6 was offered and was updated to 3.1L in 1990, and could produce the power of 125hp. As for the GTZ version Chevy, the auto was Beretta's high-performance version, equipped with a standard 2.3-L high output Quad 4 inline-four which could produce 180 hp (134 kW) and 160 lb·ft (217 N·m) of torque. In 1994, the 3.1 L V6 was redesigned and changed to the 3100 V6 and was able to produce 160hp of power. For the 1995 model year, the engine has reduced the output by 5hp.
As for the transmission, each edition of the model was varied. For the base version of Chevrolet Beretta, the 3-speed automatic transmission was offered as standard and the 5-speed manual was available only paired with the 2.2L OHV parts. The 1990 GTZ was given a standard 5-speed manual transmission. However, the manual versions were dropped after the 1994 model year. Then in 1994, the 3100 V6 was accompanied by a new 4-speed automatic transmission, while the 2.3L Quad 4 was only given a 5-speed manual one. The production ended on July 30, 1996, after the last auto rolled off from the assembly line.
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The wheelbase of the model was 103.4 inches, with a length of 178.2 inches. The width and the height differed in different time periods (1988-1990 & 1991-1996), respectively ranging from 68.2 in (1,732 mm) to 67.9 in (1,725 mm) and from 55.3 in (1,405 mm) to 53.2 in (1,351 mm). For other parts, the vehicle was offered 16x7-inch aluminum alloy wheels, custom body kits, a rear spoiler, mirrors, custom trim, and decals in 1988, and the GTZ Chevrolet Beretta featured the GM's FE7 performance suspension. The interior of the vehicle received a major update in the 1991 model year and was added a new dashboard and center console and a driver's side airbag.
As a classic and popular model in the United States in the late 1980s and 1990s, the Chevrolet Beretta is owned by a considerable number of families. We understand that maintenance is necessary, so the Chevrolet Beretta parts are supplied in our online shops. The parts are developed and produced by the original industry and are sold with a warranty. Please be free to visit our shop and buy the goods you need.