by j96adms on Dec 8, 2003 Vehicle: 1990 Chevrolet Beretta GT 2dr Coupe
great running car but after 200,000
miles the wear is starting to show.
best part is im a mechanic backyard
mainly but enough to fix all the major
problems that have occured on the
vehicle itself. the engine and
transmission have been fully rehauled
so the motor does not have but 60,000
on it ive replace all the interior,
seats, dash and some other misilanous
parts in fact an entire page worth
limiting the problems for the next
buyer the reason for selling is the
fact that i have a better car to drive
but this is a great start for any new
driver that is still learning real easy
to drive and very dependable
by 1st owner on Oct 28, 2003 Vehicle: 1990 Chevrolet Beretta GT 2dr Coupe
Vehicle has been dependable and
reliable. I have done my own
maintenance since new. I use synthetic
oil, and have had no engine problems.
Torque converter solinoid went bad,
ssems to be common, but curable. Have
replaced a some injectors. Overall
value has been great. I would buy
another if they still sold them. I
have 175k miles on this one, and still
going strong. 25mpg hwy, 21 city.
Anyone that can't keep a car running
this long or longer, doesn't know how
to maintain a car.
GTZ model debuts, with high-output version of Quad 4 engine. GTZ has 180-horsepower, and is available only with five-speed transmission. Short-lived GTU is dropped. An aggressively hyped convertible model never made it to production. Base 2.0-liter engine is swapped for peppier 2.2-liter unit. Optional V6 goes from 2.8 liters to 3.1, and now makes 140 horsepower. Air conditioning is made standard on all but the base model. All Berettas get new cloth seat covers and cushions.