Used CHEVROLET CAVALIER Parts – Buy/Sell Used Auto Parts

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The Chevrolet Cavalier was version of the compact GM J platform. The American Automobile 1983-1993 that the Cavalier was aimed at imports such as the Honda It was one of the most popular cars in the States and Canada from its in early 1981 as a 1982

Even in the 2000s, it was GM’s selling car and trailed only the Taurus, Toyota Camry, and Accord and Civic in total

The Cavalier was a compact Chevrolet from 1982 t- 2005. The is widely cited as the most of Chevrolet’s long line of aimed at combatting the influx of imported vehicles, starting the Corvair, Vega, Monza and the with the Cavalier leading up t- Cobalt. The Chevrolet Vega the subcompact class, before replaced by both the Monza and the

After the exit of the Vega, the and Chevette would d- little t- Chevrolet’s share of small but the arrival of the front-wheel-drive Cavalier change this.

It was not the only t- use the Cavalier name; it was als- in the United Kingdom on the Vauxhall-badged of the Opel Ascona C, and indeed the had been used by Vauxhall 1976. The J-cars were by all five US divisions of General as well as GM in Britain, Germany and Contents

* 1 Predecessors * 2 Criticisms * 3 Production * 4 States sales figures * 5 * 6 Engines used – 6.1 used * 7 Models and trim * 8 Concepts * 9 Toyota Cavalier * 10 See * 11 References * 12 External links

The Cavalier replaced the Monza, was available as a 2-door coupe, a hatchback and a 3-door wagon the same body as the discontinued wagon, the model it replaced). The Chevette was retained even as declined, and was formally replaced by smaller captive imports. platforms had conventional rear-drive which suffered in comparison more efficient front drive offerings such as the Camry and Honda Accord.

and Chrysler als- introduced new drive compacts. The largely mission of capturing the bulk of compact sales would on the Cavalier’s 2-door coupe, sedan and 4-door station the relatively short-lived Accord-like hatchback (which replaced the Monza 2+2 Sport 3-door and, in later years, a convertible. The small Cavalier helped fill in lagging of the mid-size Citation (a Nova


The Cavalier had a major in 1988 (growing it t- the size of the Tempo) and was redesigned for 1995. strong sales, the car was widely by automotive journalists for its aging interior design and quality The Cavalier would have crash test ratings, notably the high risk of injury in the third generation (according t- the NHTSA).

The 1995-2005 model received a of Poor from the IIHS. The would retire as an affordable comparable to, but usually sold for than, the Honda Civic, the Accord evolved int- a car.


Cavaliers built in Lordstown, Ohio, they have als- produced in Lansing, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ramos Arizpe, Mexico.

Production of the Cavalier in October 2004, with the last 2005 model Cavalier rolling off the Lordstown Plant line on October 6, and the Cavalier off the Ramos Arizpe Plant line on September 1. The was replaced by the 2005 Chevrolet in the United States and Canada, and Optra in Mexico.

United sales figures

* 58,904 1982 * 218,587 – * 462,611 – 1984 * 383,752 – 1985 * 432,101 – 1986 * – 1987 * 322,939 1988 * 376,626 – * 310,501 – 1990 * – 1991 * 225,633 1992 * 251,590 – * 254,426 – 1994 * – 1995 * 261,686 1996 * 315,136 – * 238,861 – 1998 * (est) – 1999 *

total known t- 1999 (1992-98), estimate)


* First (1982-1987)

* Second generation – Phase 1 (1988-1990) Phase 2 (1991-1994)

* Third (1995-2005) – Phase 1 – Phase 2 (2000-2002) Phase 3 (2003-2005)


* 1.8 L inline-4 OHV * 2.0 L inline-4 OHV * 2.2 L inline-4 OHV * 2.2 L OHV 2200 SFI * 2.2 L inline-4 DOHC * 2.3 L inline-4 DOHC (1995 Z24 * 2.4 L inline-4 DOHC (Z24) * 2.8 L (available in American Z24 models 1986 t- 1989, and in Mexican until 1994) * 3.1 L V6 MPFI in Z24, RS(Rally Sport) and models from 1990 t-

Years used

* 1991-1994 3.1 L (191 in©ш) V6 * 1992-1997 GM OHV 2.2 L (134 in©ш) I4 115 hp LN2 * 1995 2.3 L (138 in©ш) I4 145 hp LD2 * 1998-2002 2.2 L GM OHV 2200 SFI 120hp LN2 * 1996-2002 LD9 2.4 L in©ш) I4 150 hp * 2002-2005 Ecotec L61 2.2 L in©ш) I4 140 hp * 2002 (LS Sport only) 2.2 Ecotec (152in) 4 140hp

Models and trim levels

* – coupe, sedan or * Base – coupe, or wagon * VL (Value Leader) a as coupe, sedan or wagon * – coupe, convertible and * RS (Rally Sport) – sedan, convertible, and wagon * Z24 hatchback (1986-1987), coupe, and sedan (2002) * LS – sedan and convertible * LS Sport coupe or sedan

1993 Cavalier Z24 convertible

Facelifted Cavalier coupe

Facelifted Cavalier wagon

3rd-gen coupe with first


General Motors has a handful of concept cars on the J platform which were seen at the 2001 Specialty Market Association (SEMA) show. These include the 220 Sport Turb- Coupe, the 263 Super Sport, the Cavalier the Cavalier Maui 155, the 425 A/FX drag car, the Technic Z24 and the Pontiac Sunfire H- Output) 2.4.

These cars were produced by GM t- off the flexibility and performance of the J platform and t- that Cavaliers and Sunfires greater potential than hauling groceries. The concept at the 2001 SEMA show supercharged engines, customized aggressive exterior styling, and end audio/vide- systems.

Toyota 1996 Toyota Cavalier (Japanese export model amber rear turn 1996 Toyota Cavalier (Japanese export model amber rear turn

The third generation model was sold in Japan by Toyota, a company agreement with GM, as the Toyota Cavalier, with notable differences. Besides the that it was right hand the Toyota Cavalier als- a leather-wrapped shift knob and wheel, wider front Japanese legal taillights amber turn signals, per regulations), power folding mirrors, side turn repeater lights on the front and carpeting on the inside of the trunk

Interior seats were flecked with color. seat was folding. The Toyota was entirely produced by GM in the USA and delivered sales from 1995 t-

A fair number of these are re-exported as Japanese used most notably t- New Zealand.

Cavalier 2003-2005 Chevrolet coupe Manufacturer General Production 1982?2005 Predecessor Monza Successor Chevrolet (For United States and Chevrolet Optra (For Class Compact Layout FF Platform J-body

First Facelifted first generation Cavalier sedan Production Assembly Lordstown, Ohio Michigan Janesville, Wisconsin Arizpe, Coahuila, Mexico style(s) 2-door convertible sedan 3-door hatchback sedan 4-door station Engine(s) 1.8 L I4 2.0 L I4 2.8 L V6 Transmission(s) 4-speed 5-speed manual 3-speed Wheelbase 101.2 in Length in (sedan) 173.5 in (coupe) in (wagon) Width 66.0 in coupe) 66.3 in (station Height 52.0 in (sedan 54.2 in (station wagon) capacity 13.6 US gal Related Skyhawk Cadillac Cimarron Firenza Pontiac Sunbird

Second generation 1988 Cavalier Production 1988-1994 Lordstown, Ohio Lansing, Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, Body style(s) 2-door 2-door coupe 4-door 4-door station wagon 2.2 L I4 2.8 L V6 3.1 L V6 Transmission(s) 5-speed manual automatic Wheelbase 101.3 in 178.6 in (1988-1990) 182.3 in sedan) 181.1 in (wagon) 66.3 in (1991-1994) 66.0 in Height 51.9 in (coupe) in (sedan) 54.1 in (wagon) capacity 15.2-18 US gal Related Skyhawk Cadillac Cimarron Firenza Pontiac Sunbird

generation 1995-1999 Chevrolet sedan Production 1995?2005 Lordstown, Ohio Lansing, Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, Body style(s) 2-door 2-door coupe 4-door Engine(s) 2.2 L I4 2.3 L I4 2.4 L I4 Transmission(s) 5-speed 3-speed automatic 4-speed Wheelbase 104.1 in Length in (1995-1999) 180.9 in (2000-2005) 67.4 in (coupe convertible) in (sedan) Height 53.2 in 54.8 in (sedan) Fuel 15.2-18 US gal Related Pontiac Toyota Cavalier

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