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A successor to the Chevrolet Celebrity Coupe, the Chevrolet Beretta from General Motors’ Chevrolet division is a front-wheel drive introduced in 1987. It was basically a two-door coupe variant of the four-door Chevrolet Corsica sedan. Initially introduced to the public through rental car agencies, GM was able to test market the vehicle and get feedback on quality problems. The technique was successful, and the public response was noteworthy. During its first year of production, more than 275,000 Berettas were rolled out. What sets it apart from its predecessor is its fuel efficiency and stylish coupe design. Unlike many vehicles that were designed and released in generations, the Beretta models were released as various sporty models throughout its production years from 1987 to 1996.

1987: CL or base

A base Chevrolet Beretta was equipped with a powertrain that was also used in the Chevrolet Cavalier. The default engine was a 202L OHV four-cylinder motor that came with an automatic, three-speed transmission, while the optional engine was a 60-degree V6.

1988: GT and GTU

In 1988, a GT version was released. This was equipped with a 2.8 L V6 with 125 hp. In 1991, it was upgraded with 15-inch steel wheels, a Z51 suspension, and Goodyear Eagle GT tires. Also introduced in 1988, the GTU model was in production until 1990. The GTU version was equipped with 16x7-inch aluminum alloy wheels, a rear spoiler, decals, custom trim, and custom ground effects.

1990: GTZ and Indy

Manufactured from 1990 to 1993, the GTZ was released as a replacement for the GTU version. As a high-performance Beretta, it was equipped with a standard 2.3 L Quad 4 14 engine that produced 160 lb/ft of torque and 180 hp, as well as an FE7 suspension and a five-speed, Getrag manual transmission. As proof of its speed, the GTZ posted a 0-60 mph time in just 7.6 seconds. It was one of the fastest slalom speeds posted by any front-wheel drive vehicle.

In 1990, an Indianapolis 500 pace car was designed and was basically a convertible version of the Chevrolet Beretta. Plans for a convertible replica for the mass market were announced, although it never followed through. A coupe version was instead released.

1994: Z26

Designed to replace the GT and GTZ, the Beretta Z26 was launched in 1994. The 3.1 L V6 was upgraded to a 3100 V6. However, production ended two years later in 1996 since GM didn’t want the Z26 to compete with the Cavalier Z24 and Chevy Camaro.

Despite its discontinuation, the Chevrolet Beretta is fondly remembered as a fuel-efficient, cheap-to-repair sporty coupe. It may not have earned enough popularity to continue its production, but it definitely was a testament of GM’s foray into the affordable, sporty car segment.

Your Chevrolet Beretta is reliable and fun to drive. But just like any other vehicle out there, your Chevy’s components can wear out or become faulty as it gets older. Good thing CarParts.com has everything you need when it comes to replacement parts and accessories so you can restore your car’s excellent performance in now time.

Chevrolet Beretta: Commonly Replaced Parts

Reports show that some Chevrolet Berettas are prone to coolant leaks, which usually developed from the affected vehicle’s water pump. This problem can result in engine overheating, so it’s best to have it fixed right away if you encounter it with your Chevy. Replacing the faulty water pump usually fixed the issue.

Some owners have also reported having issues with their Chevy’s ignition module or crankshaft position sensor. In most cases, either of these two components failed on the affected vehicles, causing a “no start” condition. Mechanics had to determine which component caused the problem to solve the issue.

Luckily, you won’t have to put up with issues like these for too long because they can be resolved by replacing faulty components. Here at CarParts.com, you can get the replacement parts you need for your ride with just a few clicks.

Chevrolet Beretta Aftermarket Parts

There’s no difference between aftermarket Chevrolet Beretta parts and OE parts. They comply with OE specifications and are strictly screened and tested like their OE counterparts. If you’re trying to save money, buying aftermarket parts is a wise decision. They are more affordable than OE parts because they don’t carry the automaker’s name.

Another advantage of choosing aftermarket brands is the plethora of options for you to choose from. You can find Chevrolet Beretta accessories to make your vehicle look good. Planning to upgrade your ride? You can check out budget-friendly Chevrolet Beretta performance parts to upgrade your car.

Why Buy Chevrolet Beretta Parts Online from CarParts.com

Here at CarParts.com, we have a Chevrolet Beretta parts catalog that includes parts and accessories for various model years. We source all our products from top parts manufacturers in the industry, so you can be sure you’re getting the best for your ride.

All our Chevrolet Beretta are available at unbeatable prices, on hand, and ready to ship from strategically located warehouses across the country. Shop now, and get what you need in a matter of days.

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