1991 Chevrolet Beretta GT 3.1 MPFI from North America
A sports car that is underestimated
Since I have got it I have replaced the brakes cause I wore them out.
I also had to replace the computer. I don't know what went wrong with it.
I like the car a lot. It is a very fast car. I use it to drag race and so far I have beaten every car I raced except one, the Audi S4 twin turbo. I have beaten a base Camaro and a 85 Monte Carlo. I absolutely love my Beretta GT.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 21st November, 2000
6th Mar 2001, 20:30
I owned a 1988 Chevy Beretta GT, as my first car. It was an awesome car. I bought it from a a neighboring state (KS), where the people are rich, and sell things dirt cheap.
The car was in mint condition, black in color. It had the digital dashboard, which I really liked. It ALWAYS started even on cold winter days, and it beat the living crap out of a Mustang GT 5.0. I had the 2.8 V6.
I sold it to a high school girl as her first car, and I still see it running around town. It now has about 140,000 miles on it.
1991 Chevrolet Beretta GTZ 2.3 litre Quad 4 from Switzerland
A money eater!
This car has been having problems, ever since I bought it. Here`s what went wrong:
Replaced cylinder head and gasket.
Replaced all four brakes.
New engine mount installed.
Rust on the chassis.
New exhaust system installed.
Engine stalling once in a while.
This car is probably the worst car I have ever owned. If you buy this car, be prepared to visit the garage frequently and expect high repair bills. I will definitely not buy a car from this manufacturer again.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 6th September, 2000
26th Jan 2001, 20:51
I have a friend that had the same car and even more problems. He dumped thousands into it but it kept going wrong. He even had the original Quad 4 rebuilt. He got really screwed up with bad computer codes so he decided to sell it. So I bought it cheap. AND YOU KNOW WHAT!! I got to pull the cylinder head off this weekend to replace a oil pressure relief valve. Oh well.