i have been driving a Beretta for over 3 years got it for $700. Have put a bit of money into the about $2000 but car was not care for properly. The car is a 93 base with a 3.1 v6, gets about 26mpg with 160bhp. car is reliable and strong and can keep its own against other similar cars have beaten a mustang in speed.
Largest engine for the car.
Better sparks and wires.
hi end brakes last longer.
This is the most reliable car I've
ever owned! It had always started up
the first time, no matter how cold or
hot. It handles great and is a very
easy size to take anywhere. The only
problem I ever had was with the air
conditioning unit. They tried to fix
it several times and it has just never
The car does handle well and has a
great pickup engine considering it's
only a 4 cylinder. I've had to put over
$1,600 in repairs on it in one year.
The window has come out of the track 3
times, it completely drops and needs to
be taken completely apart in order to
glue it. Now I have to replace the
whole door. Not including getting the
breaks done twice already. Other than
that, it's fine.
Uhmm...lots of room for a 2 coupe.
Better glue for the window tracks. I
have a few friends who have had the
same problem with their Berettas.
I bought a chevy beretta. I was
somewhat pleased with the acceleration.
I had to fix a few things as it had
127,000 miles on it when I bought it.
But, it still seems to be going strong.
The gas mileage is pretty good too. For
the price I got, I couldn't have asked
for more. Sporty and quick, this car
will make most people happy to be
driving a chevy.
I liked the acceleration and mpg.
I think a sportier looking grill
and some more unique lines on the
exterior body panels would have made
this car much more pleasing to the eye.
Also, I think the car could have
benefitted from a stiffer suspension
and tighter steering.