by RAVEN on Dec 18, 2002 Vehicle: 1990 Chevrolet Beretta GTZ 2dr Coupe
I currently have a 1990 GTZ and I love
it. This is my second Beretta and I
have been very satisfied about the
Beretta line up. The GTZ is definetly
the best of the line...BUT...the quad4
that comes with the GTZ is one of
those things GM wishes that they never
thought of. I replaced my GTZ with the
2.8L V6 from a 1989 Pontiac Fiero GT.
My GTZ handles great in all conditions
and is reliable considering the year.
If anyone knows where I can buy an
aftermarket dash(not a dash cover, but
a factory) I would so much appreciate
it. It's horrible to have such a great
looking car with such a ugly, shrunk,
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.
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