About Chevrolet Lumina APV
The Chevrolet Lumina APV is a minivan produced by Chevrolet. The Lumina APV was the first front-wheel-drive minivan sold by Chevrolet. It was produced in a single generation between 1990 and 1996. The car and its equivalents were assembled during production at the North Tarrytown Assembly Plant, the last vehicle produced at the plant before its closure. During development, the models were largely based on Chrysler's longer vans. They were about the same length, width and height. If you need new parts for the Lumina APV, you can order OEM Chevrolet Lumina APV parts from the online shop.
The model, launched in 1990, was one of the versions of the Chevrolet Lumina. When the car was launched in 1990, it was available in two trim levels: a basic version and a more expensive CL version. The range also included the Chevrolet Lumina APV, a two-seater truck. The basic version had chrome bodywork and some other special parts, while the CL version was available with red bodywork and badging. These U-body trucks had a galvanized steel body covered with plastic panels to resist rust and minor dents. Replacing worn parts is part of routine maintenance. Getting OEM Chevrolet Lumina APV parts from the online shop is a good way to save your time and money.
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The Lumina APV was introduced in 1990 and was powered by a 3.1L, 120 hp V6. The only transmission was a 3-speed automatic. In 1992, a 3.8L, 170 hp V6 and 4-speed AT were offered as options. The Chevrolet Lumina was equipped with height-adjustable rear air springs. An air compressor with additional hoses was used to inflate the rear airbags. The brakes were ventilated disc at the front and drum at the rear. The model was offered with seven seats, five of which were lightweight rear seats that could be individually configured and moved. The list of optional equipment included integrated child seats. These Chevrolet Lumina APV parts made it possible to switch from an adult seat to a child seat by pulling a latch attached to the seat.
The APV is a one-piece model due to its large windscreen and sloping bonnet. The car is equipped with a single sliding door and a tailgate. The APV Light has a galvanized steel chassis and body panels made of plastic composite material (SMC). The optional Level Ride package uses a turbocharger and rear compression dampers to maintain vehicle height in all conditions. It includes some Chevrolet Lumina APV parts, such as a control panel and air diffuser kit. The vehicle can then be used to inflate tires, air mattresses, sports equipment, etc. Production of this generation of vans ceased in 1996.