by on Jan 15, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Lumina Euro 2dr Coupe
poor fuel pumps should be recalled
common problem. Interior falls apart
easily. Bad injectors and a feww
others bad. Otherwise when it runs
good and everything is fine very good
car lots of interior room. Recall door
handels mine also broke twice!!!
by CJStudentUNC on Sep 24, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Lumina Euro 2dr Coupe
I bought this car a month ago to
replace my Pontiac Bonneville which
was falling apart. I still cannot
believe what a great deal I got. I
paid $2K for it (+ tax) and it's in
great mechanical shape. The engine is
clean and it runs beautifully. The
only problems with it are some minor
hail damage and a problem with a joint
in the front passenger steering
assembly ($150 to fix). I have already
driven the car over 1500 miles. It
runs great in town and is very
comfortable on the highway.
The 3.1L engine runs smooth and the
gears get as much performance as they
can out of it's 140hp. I highly
recommend this model if you can find
one in good condition.
by stankosky on Mar 21, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Lumina Euro 2dr Coupe
I purchased this vehicle from the original owner who only parted with it due to a death in the family. He talked how he loved going on road trips with it and hated to part with it. Well, Ive had it for three years and it has been a great vehicle. Ive had to give it a brake job twice, it likes to wear out the front pads. With 178,000 miles on the engine, it still runs strong. It is indeed a great highway cruiser. Its smooth to ride in and handles turns and corners very well. The body is solid and Ive only recently encountered a small area starting to develop some rust. I recommend the purchase of this vehicle.
Euro models get standard alloy wheels. Newly optional is a Delco/Bose sound system. Coupes can be ordered in new Z34 trim, which comes standard with a 3.4-liter twin-cam V6, sport suspension and louvered hood.