Chevrolet Beretta 1987 – 1996

Chevrolet Beretta appeals to younger buyers who enjoy the fun of being behind the wheel and who want a sporty appearance.

Beretta combines today’s styling, snappy performance and handling with an affordable price tag.

It picks up from 0-60 in about 9 seconds and it handles very well.
The Beretta is a comfortable car that appeals to a younger, male market.
This is mainly because it is affordable and it accelerates well.

The Chevrolet Beretta was a short lived production model that didn’t last long on the market.

The Beretta was available from 1987-1996.
Essentially it was a two door coupe and also one of the safest cars on the road.

It belongs to the L-body series which also included the Corsica.
The reason the car was discontinued is still a mystery.

Maybe it’s L-body shape was too expensive to maintain or perhaps it was simply replaced by the Chevrolet Malibu.

Beretta convertibles were planned to release in 1990 but they never made it to the dealerships.
Posters and pictures were made but that was all.

This was truly a great sports coupe.

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