Chevrolet Beretta Cars & Parts For Sale

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Chevrolet Beretta Used and New Parts

Chevrolet Beretta Air Conditioning & Heat
Chevrolet Beretta Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Chevrolet Beretta Brakes
Chevrolet Beretta Charging and Staring Systems
Chevrolet Beretta Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Chevrolet Beretta Cooling System
Chevrolet Beretta Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Chevrolet Beretta Emission System
Chevrolet Beretta Engines & Components
Chevrolet Beretta Exhaust
Chevrolet Beretta Exterior
Chevrolet Beretta Filters
Chevrolet Beretta Gaskets
Chevrolet Beretta Gauges
Chevrolet Beretta Glass
Chevrolet Beretta Ignition System
Chevrolet Beretta Interior
Chevrolet Beretta Lighting & Lamps
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Chevrolet Beretta Safety & Security
Chevrolet Beretta Suspension & Steering
Chevrolet Beretta Transmission & Drivetrain
Chevrolet Beretta Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Chevrolet Beretta Wheels and Tires
Chevrolet Beretta Other Parts

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The Beretta (not named after the TV show, I hope) was made by Chevrolet from 1987 until 1996. It used the GM L Platform also used on the Corsica and Pontiac Tempest (sold in Canada).
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There were officially 3 versions of the Beretta made during its 9 year run. There was the Base / CL model, the GT model, and the high performance model was called a GTU / Indy / GTZ / Z26 depending on the year it was made. All versions came as 2 door coupes. There was a convertible model planned, and it was even used as the Indy 500 pace car in 1990, but it never made it to production. The GTZ car came with a high performance 2.3L High Output Quad 4 engine producing 180 horsepower. The front wheel drive car actually outperformed the Chevrolet Camaro at the time in slalom speed tests. General Motors was sued because the Beretta name was used by a gun manufacturer. They ended up paying a $500,000 settlement to charity, along with a brand new GTU. These cars are all over the used car market, especially on eBay, where the price is probably less than you'll pay for a year of car insurance. Parts are also readily available.
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