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About Chevrolet Beretta

Mechanically similar to Pontiac Grand Am and Buick Skylark, Chevrolet Beretta was produced by an American multinational corporation General Motors Company's automobile Chevrolet Division from 1987 to 1996 as a compact car. Originally introduced along with Corsica to replace the Chevrolet Citation, Beretta was designed in the same design studio as the Camaro and the Corvette and built at GM L platform. Though Beretta convertible was the pace car for the 1990 Indianapolis 500 and it won the Trans Am Series championship in 1990, the production of Beretta still ended in 1996 and it was replaced by Chevrolet Malibu eventually.
As the sporty version of L platform, Chevrolet Beretta came in six trim levels: base/CL, GT, GTU, Indy, GTZ and Z26 in succession during different time periods. The base model was powered by a 2.2 L OHV inline 4-cylinder engine, and GT got power from a 2.8 L V6 rated to 125 hp, which grew to a 3.1 L in 1991. The GTZ, which replaced the GTU, high-performance version of the Chevrolet Beretta came with 2.3 L inline 4-cylinder engine generating 180 hp and 160 lb-ft of torque. And all these engines sent power through 3-speed, 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual transmissions to the front wheels.

Chevrolet Beretta Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Boasting high performance and sporty styling, Chevy Beretta becomes a rare and desired among Beretta Enthusiasts and they even build Chevrolet Beretta Owner Group. But you still need to know clearly the fact that as time passes by, these common problems will appear on it:
First, stalls while driving is the worst reported problem with the Chevrolet Beretta according to online car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com. Most Beretta drivers know that it is an engine issue and it often arises when the vehicle reaches approximately 124,500 miles. Lucky for you, you could diagnose it from some recognizable and simple symptoms still. First of all, the engine will start to make audible sounds such as whining, squealing or rattling, and you may also smell burnt oil odor; then the engine runs roughly, misfires, stalls or even suffers from starting issues. Before you find the vehicle consumes more oil than before and loses power while acceleration, the Check Engine Light will come on to warn you to inspect the Beretta throttle cable, spark plug, oil filter, air filter, fuel filter, camshaft and oxygen sensor.
Second, as a sporty vehicle, a robust suspension is a basic equipment, thus, any issues on this system could get noticed. On Chevrolet Beretta, suspension failure becomes a common problem for drivers, who feel at a loss at it. though uncomfortable and unsteady driving trip is the definite result of suspension failure, you need to be aware of that potential driving dangers also exist. First, clunking and rattling noises from underneath the vehicle wear the tire, then the tire wear becomes uneven, the vehicle tends to tilt to one side. Then drivers feel hard to control the vehicle due to poor handling caused by intense car vibration and loose steering wheel. Thus, please make sure the Beretta wheel bearing, shock absorber, sway bar bushing, sway bar link, control arm and control arm bushing in good condition all the time before hitting the road.
However, a safe and comfortable driving trip in your Chevy Beretta depends on consistent best-shaped auto parts to achieve. Some auto parts are bound to be more vulnerable than others due to fragile materials and harsh working conditions. For example, windshield wiper and wiper blade are often made of soft rubber, and often work under adverse weather conditions such as downpours or heavy snows, thus, replacing and maintaining them six or twelve months is essential. Other parts including headlight, fog light, seat belt, and cabin air filter should also be on the routine maintenance list.
The most effective way is to choose OEM Chevrolet Beretta auto parts as parts replacements for your Chevrolet Beretta if you want to make sure every driving is safe and comfortable. And GmPartsPrime.com happens to own a broad selection of lowest-priced manufacturer-warrantied genuine Chevrolet Beretta auto parts. You can shop these OEM Beretta parts with full confidence as all of them could be returned without a hassle if you have any dissatisfaction with them after receiving them at the fastest delivery speed.