by Mae on Jun 8, 2010 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Beretta 2dr Coupe
I bought my Beretta used 6 months ago. With one previous owner, it is still in terrific shape. Though it has a decent number of miles on it, it is very reliable and fun to drive. I really appreciate the speed and acceleration. Very few problems so far. With new tires, a new paint job, and a little chrome, my Beretta easily compares to any new car.
by Julie on Jul 12, 2008 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Beretta 2dr Coupe
I bought my '91 Beretta in 1995, and other than the usual maintenance stuff and a new alternator some years ago, it has required very little repair. It has been completely reliable during some brutal Chicago winters, always starting up immediately in the mornings. Unfortunately, the power steering fluid is leaking and the repair will cost more than this 17- year-old car is worth now. But up until a few weeks ago, this was an outstanding car. I really got my money's worth!
by Tahorican on Mar 22, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Beretta 2dr Coupe
Last spring my cute little Beretta
died. Something to be expected from an
11 year old car w/ 150k+ miles. So I
bought a 2000 Blazer. Should've
resucitated the Beretta! It gave me 8
years of good driving. I only started
having problems w/ it in the last 6
months I had it. My 'new' car has been
in the shop 3 times in the year I've
New dashboard debuts, and a driver airbag is added. Color-keyed lace-spoke alloys are available on GT, along with revised graphics. A CD player is newly optional. GTZ can be ordered with the more tame 3.1-liter V6 found in other Berettas so that folks who hate to shift their own gears can get a GTZ with an automatic transmission. All Quad 4 GTZs come with a five-speed only.