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Chevrolet Cavalier

Not to be confused with Vauxhall Cavalier.

Motor vehicle

The Chevrolet Cavalier is a line of small cars produced for the model years through by Chevrolet, and then later reintroduced in for the Chinese Market. As a rebadged variant of General Motors' J-cars, the Cavalier was manufactured alongside the Cadillac Cimarron, Buick Skyhawk, Oldsmobile Firenza, and Pontiac J//Sunbird at GM's South Gate Assembly and Janesville Assembly plants, achieving its highest sales in

Predecessors[edit]

The Cavalier replaced the Monza in North America. The Monza was available as a 2-door coupe, a 3-door hatchback and a 3-door wagon (using the same body as the discontinued Vega wagon, the model it replaced). The inexpensive Chevette was retained even as sales declined, and was formally replaced by even smaller captive imports. Both previous platforms had rear-drive layouts while the new design followed the front wheel drive trend, as in the Dodge Omni and Honda Civic. Ford and Chrysler also introduced new front drive compacts. The Cavalier's notchback coupe(really a 2-door sedan with the same roofline as the 4-door) and relatively short-lived 3-door hatchback "Type" were direct replacements for Monza models while the 4-door sedan was a new offering for Chevrolet in this class and 4-door station wagon expanded on it and the Vega/Monza line's 2-door wagon. A convertible joined the line in midyear The small Cavalier even helped fill in lagging sales of the compactCitation.

First generation ()[edit]

Motor vehicle

First generation
1st Chevrolet Cavalier sedan.jpg
Production
Model&#;years
AssemblyUnited States: Lordstown, Ohio (Lordstown Assembly)
Lansing, Michigan (Lansing Car Assembly)
Janesville, Wisconsin (Janesville GM Assembly Plant)
South Gate, California (South Gate Assembly)
Kansas City, Missouri (Leeds Assembly)
DesignerIrvin Rybicki ()[1]
Body&#;style2-door convertible
2-door coupe
3-door hatchback
4-door sedan
4-door wagon
RelatedBuick Skyhawk
Cadillac Cimarron
Oldsmobile Firenza
Pontiac Sunbird
Opel Ascona
Vauxhall Cavalier
Isuzu Aska
Holden Camira
Engine L L46I4 (gasoline)
L LQ5 I4 (gasoline)
L LL8 I4 (gasoline)
&#;L LB6V6 (gasoline)
Transmission4-speed manual
5-speed manual
3-speed automatic
Wheelbase&#;in (2,&#;mm)
LengthSedan: &#;in (4,&#;mm)
Coupe: &#;in (4,&#;mm)
Wagon: &#;in (4,&#;mm)
–91 Wagon: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
–94 Wagon: &#;in (1,&#;mm)

– in (4, mm) – in (4, mm) –89 Wagon: in (4, mm)

–94 Wagon: in (4, mm)
WidthSedan & Coupe: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
Wagon: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
HeightSedan & Coupe: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
Wagon: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
Chevrolet Cavalier CL 2-Door Coupe & Chevrolet Cavalier CL Station Wagon
– Chevrolet Cavalier coupe
– Chevrolet Cavalier wagon
– Chevrolet Cavalier Type 10 Hatchback

The Cavalier first went on sale in May as a model with front-wheel-drive,[2] a choice of two carbureted versions of the GM series four-cylinder pushrod engines, and 2 and 4-door sedan, hatchback, and station wagon body styles. Convertibles were added in , initial production totaling less than The Cavalier name originated from GM's then-British subsidiary Vauxhall, who applied it to badge engineered variants of the Opel Ascona, the third generation of which was the first J-body car to be released.

Cavaliers offered throttle bodyfuel injection, and a V6 engine became available in The models received a mild facelift featuring quad headlights. Z24 was introduced in for model year coupe and hatchback configurations.

Engines[edit]

  • &#;L L46 carbureted OHV I4
  • &#;L LQ5 TBI OHV I4
  • – &#;L LL8 TBI OHV I4
  • – &#;L LB6 MPFI OHV V6

Second generation ()[edit]

Motor vehicle

Second generation
 Chevrolet Cavalier sedan.jpg
Production
Model&#;years
AssemblyLordstown, Ohio, United States
Lansing, Michigan, United States
Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, Mexico ()
DesignerIrvin Rybicki ()[3]
Body&#;style2-door coupe
2-door convertible
4-door sedan
5-door station wagon
RelatedBuick Skyhawk
Cadillac Cimarron
Oldsmobile Firenza
Pontiac Sunbird
Opel Ascona
Vauxhall Cavalier
Engine L LL8I4 (gasoline)
L LM3 I4 (gasoline)
L LN2 I4 (gasoline)
L LB6V6 (gasoline)
L LH0 V6 (gasoline)
Transmission5-speed manual
3-speed automatic
Wheelbase– &#;in (2,&#;mm)
– &#;in (2,&#;mm)
Length– &#;in (4,&#;mm)
–89 Wagon: &#;in (4,&#;mm)
– &#;in (4,&#;mm)
–94 Wagon: &#;in (4,&#;mm)
Width&#;in (1,&#;mm)
–89 Sedan/Coupe/Wagon: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
Height– Coupe & –91 Convertible: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
– Sedan: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
–89 & –95 Convertible: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
–89 Wagon: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
–91 Wagon: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
–95 Wagon: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
–95 Coupe: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
–95 Sedan: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
Curb&#;weight2,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (coupe)
2,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (sedan)
2,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (RS coupe)
2,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (RS sedan)
2,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (Z24 coupe)
2,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (Z24 convertible)

The Cavalier was restyled in for the model year.[4] The three-door hatchback was dropped, while the coupe, sedan, wagon and convertible carried over. The sedan and wagon were unchanged from the doors back, while the coupe's exterior was completely redesigned. This resulted in different trunk designs for the coupe and sedan. Three trim levels were available for VL, RS, and Z The convertible was only available as a Z The VL and RS came standard with the &#;L&#;OHV&#;L4 engine, now upgraded to throttle-body injection, or TBI, producing 90&#;hp (67&#;kW), while the &#;L V6 producing &#;hp (93&#;kW) was optional on the RS and standard on the Z[5] With two-door models, a 5-speed manual transmission was standard and a 3-speed automatic was optional, however the 3-speed automatic was made standard on sedans and wagons. An electronic dashboard was available with the RS and Z24 trims.

Cavalier Z24 convertible

For , the steering column was redesigned. The new self-aligning steering wheel was designed so as to reduce injuries in a collision by bending to conform to the driver's chest. Also, rear shoulder belts became standard on all models. RS and Z24 custom cloth seating received a new style of front bucket seats with integral headrests. The optional V6 was retooled to &#;hp.[6]

For , the base engine was enlarged to a &#;L&#;OHV&#;L4, and power increased to 95 horsepower (71&#;kW). Door-mounted automatic front seatbelts were added due to US passive restraint legislation. The optional V6 engine was also upgraded to the &#;L&#;V6 and horsepower.[7] The convertible was dropped from availability to prevent internal competition with a planned Beretta convertible. However, the Beretta convertible was shelved at the eleventh hour, before a Cavalier convertible could be prepared.

The Cavalier got a more extensive restyling that involved a new hood, bumpers, headlights, taillights, wheel covers and a redesigned interior, however with the body style remaining unchanged. Most notably, the cooling system was redesigned to draw air from the bumper, giving it a Ford Taurus-style bumper and grille-less nose. The new bumpers were unpainted, with the option to have them colored grey, black or white; the latter only available on white-colored models. The RS and the Z24 eschewed this for a color keyed body package. Z24 models also gained the options for a height adjustable driver's seat and a CD player. The platform and trim lines were carried over, while the convertible was brought back mid-year in the RS trim only with the V6 standard.[8]

Minor changes for also included the Alpha Tech ignition lock cylinder, which incorporated a dual-bit key that was larger and thicker in size in comparison to the old single-bit lock cylinder system that had been used for years. The lock system was intended to be a stronger deterrent to vehicle theft, but constant problems were reported with the lock jamming. It was dropped after an improved dual-bit single key system was introduced for the model year and redesign.

For , the L OHV standard engine adopted multi-point fuel injection, or MPFI to improve output to horsepower (82&#;kW), however unlike the SFI version of the L in the Chevrolet Corsica.[9] The convertible was now available in both RS and Z24 trims, with the V6 standard in the Z24 and optional with the RS. Antilock brakes were added as a standard feature, as Delco Moraine had managed to develop a low-cost system. Power locks were also standard, and were designed to automatically lock when the car is shifted out of park, or if the car is traveling at least 8 miles per hour in manual transmission equipped Coupe models.

Model year brought minimal changes to the Cavalier line. The convertibles receive a glass rear window, allowing rear window defrost as an option.[10] Also, General Motors received a new grille for the final time in this generation of the Chevrolet Cavalier.

Cavalier Z24 Convertible

models were also carryovers, as a redesign of the Cavalier was in development. The VL trim was dropped on the wagon, while the &#;L OHV L4 was now converted to the SFI version found in the Corsica, which delivered an output of horsepower.[11] Additional changes included a slightly redesigned climate control interface and the power locking system being again redesigned: the doors would still lock automatically when put into gear, but they would also unlock automatically when the ignition was switched off.

Mexico[edit]

The Chevrolet Cavalier was introduced in Mexico in model year to replace the Chevrolet Celebrity, which had been until then the entry point to the Mexican GM lineup. The initial offering consisted only of a 4 door sedan with a L MPFI V6 with a 5 speed manual gearbox, or a 3 speed automatic as an option.

For , it got the same redesign as in the United States and was now also offered as a coupé. The coupé Cavalier Z24 was also introduced in Mexico with a L V6, with both manual or automatic transmissions. For the Mexican Cavalier continued unchanged.

For , the Mexican Chevrolet Cavalier adopted the aesthetics from the Pontiac Sunbird. For and , the Cavaliers sold there featured Sunbird body panels, as opposed to US-spec Cavalier panels and the Mexican Chevrolet Cavalier Z24 took on the appearance of the Pontiac Sunbird GT sold in the United States. No wagons and convertibles were offered in Mexico.

Third generation ()[edit]

Motor vehicle

Third generation
 Chevrolet Cavalier sedan.jpg

&#; Cavalier sedan

Also&#;calledToyota Cavalier (Japan)
ProductionAugust –October [12]
Model&#;years
AssemblyLordstown, Ohio, United States
Lansing, Michigan, United States
Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, Mexico
DesignerChuck Jordan ()[13]
Body&#;style2-door convertible
2-door coupe
4-door sedan
RelatedPontiac Sunfire
Engine
Transmission3-speed 3T40automatic
4-speed 4TE automatic
5-speed Getrag F23manual
5-speed Getrag manual
5-speed Isuzu manual
Wheelbase&#;in (2,&#;mm)
Length– &#;in (4,&#;mm)
– &#;in (4,&#;mm)
– &#;in (4,&#;mm)
Width2-Door: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
4-Door: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
Height–97 Coupe: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
–97 Sedan: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
–97 Convertible: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
– Coupe: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
–99 Convertible: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
– Sedan: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
–02 Convertible: &#;in (1,&#;mm)
Curb&#;weight2,–2,&#;lb (1,–1,&#;kg)
SuccessorChevrolet Cobalt (For United States and Canada)
Chevrolet Optra (For Mexico)
– Chevrolet Cavalier convertible (Z24)
– Chevrolet Cavalier coupe (RS and Base)
– Chevrolet Cavalier coupe (RS and LS Sport)
Chevrolet Cavalier Z24 coupe
Chevrolet Cavalier coupe (Base, LS)
Chevrolet Cavalier coupe, rear view
Chevrolet Cavalier coupe, rear view

The Cavalier received its first total redesign for , with expanded dimensions and more aerodynamic styling, incorporating minor design cues from the fourth generation Chevrolet Camaro. Some of the basic styling cues remained however, such as the bumper-integrated grille and the coupes' dipped beltline. Coupe, sedan, and convertible options were offered, however the wagon model was discontinued. The car now had the available option of 15 and 16 inch wheels. By , the Cavalier became the best selling car within the entire GM lineup.

For the third generation, powertrain options were limited to inline-four engines. The option for a V6 engine, which had been available in the first and second generation, was dropped and replaced by a new four-cylinder of similar power output. Base and RS models still retained the litre pushrod four-cylinder engine (&#;L OHV) of the previous models, which was primarily mated to a 3-speed automatic, but was available with 5-speed manual in the two-door models, in particular the RS models. As of a new 4-speed automatic became available in any trim; this had originally been intended to be introduced along with the redesign but General Motors' cash shortage delayed it.[14] The Z24 and LS convertible used the &#;L LD2 Quad-4 engine in , but they received a new engine in , the liter DOHC LD9. This engine could also be special ordered on a 4 door LS model. This engine produced &#;hp (&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) of torque and was used until

In , the car gained a minor facelift consisting of bigger headlights and an improved grille, lost the "CHEVROLET" text badge at the trunklid and gained a new "CAVALIER" badge along with new "five spoke" hubcaps. The litre engine came mated standard with the Getrag F23 5-speed manual transmission on the Z24 models, or with the optional 4-speed automatic on both the Z24 and the LS models. The Z24 only came in two-door coupe models until and featured a sport-tuned suspension, inch tires, alloy wheels and improved interior electronics. Aesthetically little changed from the other models other than a ground effects kit and taller rear spoiler. In a 4-door Z24 Sedan debuted, featuring the same mechanics but having a less sporty body. The Z24 trim also received several other upgrades including a wider front sway bar and FE2 Sports Suspension for better handling characteristics, and less aggressive ABS anti-lock braking system.

In , the 3-speed automatic was dropped from the base models equipped with the , and the 4-speed automatic became the main offering across the entire lineup, with 5-speed still available in the two-door cars. Also, the RS was replaced by the LS Sport line, which featured the new Ecotec L61 motors with &#;hp (&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque. These engines improved fuel economy, featuring the same displacement as the GM Pushrod Engine (&#;L OHV) while maintaining most of the power of the older LD9 motors. The new Ecotec motors replaced the GM Pushrod Engine (&#;L OHV) in base models in , and became the sole engine choice in the entire Cavalier line-up until when the Chevrolet Cavalier was replaced by the Chevrolet Cobalt.

A GM Eaton M45 Supercharger kit was also offered for the Z24 trim as well. The supercharger kit was developed and tested by General Motors and could only be installed at a GM dealer. This upgrade increased performance considerably due to a pressure of PSI which in turn added approximately 40&#;hp (30&#;kW) and 40&#;lb⋅ft (54&#;N⋅m) of torque increase; raising the Z24's ratings to approximately &#;hp (&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) of torque.

Facelifts[edit]

The third generation Cavalier had two facelifts. There was a minor one in with new front and rear bumper fascias which included revised headlamps and taillamps for models.[15] There was a more extensive refresh in for the model year, which included a complete new front end design, revised taillamps with a full-width rear reflector, a new rear spoiler and rear bumper fascia.[16]

Safety[edit]

The third-generation Cavalier earned several low scores in crash tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Also, IIHS fatality risks statistics rated the Cavalier among the "highest rates of driver deaths", with (four-door) to (two-door) driver deaths per million registered vehicle years. Average for the Cavalier class (small) was (four-door) to (two-door) driver deaths per million registered vehicle years.[17]

The IIHS gave the Cavalier a "poor" overall score in their frontal offset collision test.[18]

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Crash Test Ratings (coupe):[19]

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Crash Test Ratings (sedan):[20]

Toyota Cavalier[edit]

Toyota Cavalier coupé (Japanese export model with amberrear turn signals, right hand driveand flecked red-grey interior)
Toyota Cavalier sedan (Japan)

As part of a wider effort to avoid additional restrictions on exports to the US, the third generation model was briefly sold in Japan by Toyota under an agreement with GM, badged as the Toyota Cavalier&#;[ja].

Aside from the fact that it was right hand drive, the Toyota Cavalier also featured a leather-wrapped shift knob, steering wheel and park brake lever, wider front fenders, amber turn signals for Japanese regulations, power folding side mirrors, side turn signal repeater lights on the front fenders, and carpeting on the inside of the trunk lid. Interior seats were often flecked with color, and the rear seat had a fold-down armrest. Vehicles produced from February through December were available with a leather interior equipped with an automatic transmission only.

All models featured wheels borrowed from the Pontiac Sunfire. The Toyota Cavalier was available in G and Z trim levels. While all Chevrolet-badged Cavaliers received a facelift for , the Toyota did as well with the updated center console, head-lights/hood/front bumper, tail-lights, and colors available. TRD made a body kit and rear wing for the Cavalier, available exclusively in Japan. The car was sold only at Toyota Store Japanese dealerships.

The Cavalier was not the only GM product sold in Japan; the Saturn S-series was sold at Saturn dealerships (some former Isuzu dealerships) from until , and some Toyota Vista Stores also retailed Saturns.

The Cavalier was entirely produced by GM in the USA at the Lordstown Assembly location, and sold from – The Toyota Cavaliers came equipped with the &#;L LD9 engine, while the used the &#;L Quad 4. Due to the engine displacement and width dimensions (1,&#;mm (69&#;in) for the coupe, 1,&#;mm (68&#;in) for the sedan) exceeding Japanese government regulations concerning exterior dimensions and maximum engine displacement, it was not considered a "compact" so it was sold as a "normal-class car" like the Toyota Mark II and Nissan Skyline. Prices for the coupe started at 2 million yen for the coupe, and million yen for the sedan. the final Toyota Cavalier was imported in

Toyota Cavalier with amber side and rear turn signals

The introduction of the Toyota Cavalier was not the first time the Cavalier was sold in Japan. Yanase Co., Ltd., a Japanese retail dealership that started importing European and North American vehicles soon after the end of World War II, sold various GM products including the Cavalier. When the decision was made to sell the Cavalier as a Toyota, this disrupted operations at Yanase. When the Toyota Cavalier was cancelled, Yanase continued to sell Chevrolet and other GM products. Yanase also provides complete maintenance services for all vehicles sold.

Due to higher than typically average vehicle inspection costs, a fair number of these vehicles are re-exported as Japanese used cars, most notably to Australia and New Zealand. Production of the Toyota Cavalier ceased in June Despite Toyota making considerable efforts to sell the Cavalier on the domestic market, the Japanese public perceived the quality of workmanship to not be up to the standard typically expected of locally built cars.[21] The car was also introduced while Japan was in a recession following the collapse of the Japanese asset price bubble or "bubble economy."

Production[edit]

Most Cavaliers were built at Lordstown Assembly, although they have also been produced at South Gate Assembly ( model year only), Lansing Car Assembly ( coupes), Lansing Craft Centre ( convertibles), Janesville Assembly, Ramos Arizpe, and Leeds Assembly. This car was discontinued in , the last Cavalier rolled off the assembly line on October 6,

Fourth generation ()[edit]

Motor vehicle

Chevrolet reintroduced the Cavalier name on a new China-only compact sedan below the Cruze, with the Chinese name being Chevrolet Kewozi (科沃兹).[24] The Cavalier was introduced at the Chengdu Auto Show on September 2, It was developed on the same platform as the first generation Cruze, the Delta II platform, and uses the liter four-cylinder engine that powers many compact GM models in China, including the Chevrolet Sail. Its pricing sets the Cavalier exactly between the smaller Sail and the more modern second generation Cruze. Deliveries started in September, with almost 10, units sold in its first month, but there are indications the Cavalier cannibalizes sales of the similarly priced first generation Cruze, which continues to be sold in China. As of , the fourth generation Cavalier is also sold in Mexico with the same name, replacing the Chevrolet Sonic.[23] There, the L engine produces &#;hp (80&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque.

The Cavalier was updated for the model year for Mexico with minor changes, adding three new colors, new alloy design, four airbags and ABS brakes, three-point seatbelts, and stability control as well as minor changes to the interior for the LT trim line including a 7" with Chevrolet myLink and Smartphone Integration for Apple CarPlay. The Cavalier went on sale on 23 September [25] In , the car was discontinued in the Chinese domestic market after being replaced by the Chevrolet Monza, while it continued to be exported.

Fifth generation ()[edit]

Main article: Chevrolet Monza (China)

Chevrolet Monza RS, on which the Cavalier Turbo is based

The fifth-generation Cavalier will be sold in Mexico starting in late , as a model. It is a rebadged version of the Chevrolet Monza sedan produced in China. Reflecting the new engine, it is now known as the Cavalier Turbo.[26]

Sales[edit]

Year United States China Mexico
58,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
50,[27]
,
, 16,[28]
, 13,[29]
39, 6,[30]

Engines used[edit]

  • — &#;L OHV 2-barrel inline-4, 88 horsepower
  • mid – — &#;L OHV 2-barrel inline-4, 90 horsepower
  • – — &#;L OHV TBI inline-4, 86 horsepower (–), 88 horsepower (–), 90 horsepower (–89)
  • – — &#;L OHV MPFI V6, horsepower ( in , in , in , in , and in )
  • – — &#;L OHV MPFI V6, horsepower (Mexico and Venezuela only, *Colombia used a version of &#;hp.
  • – — &#;L OHV TBI inline-4, 95 horsepower (71&#;kW)
  • – — &#;L OHV MPFI V6, horsepower (&#;kW)
  • – — &#;L OHV MPFI L4, horsepower (–93), horsepower (–97, upgrade to SFI), horsepower (–)
  • — &#;L DOHC MPFI Quad 4, horsepower (&#;kW)
  • – — &#;L DOHC SFI L4, horsepower (&#;kW)
  • – — &#;L DOHC Ecotec SFI L4, horsepower (&#;kW)

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  28. ^Auto Dato (Ventas , México: El año de Suzuki)
  29. ^Dato (Ventas , México: La mayor caída en diez años)
  30. ^Inegi (Datos Primarios Ventas a )

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Chevrolet Cavalier


The Cavalier will soon be departing to make way for the all-new Chevy Cobalt, a car that the manufacturer hopes will take off where the Cavalier left off. That is, it needs to be as dependable, comfortable and durable as the Cavalier ever was. It will be a tough act to follow, for sure, but Chevy has never shied away from a challenge.

Not surprisingly, there aren't any changes to this year's Chevrolet Cavalier. It continues on with its blend of power, performance and comfort, all wrapped under a reasonable price.

Available Models
The lineup includes a four-door sedan and a stylish two-door coupe. Coupes are available in four trims: base, 1SV, LS and LS Sport. Sedans are offered in all but the 1SV trim.

Interior Features
Both the coupe and the sedan offer seating for up to five passengers. In addition, they both have roughly the same interior cargo volume, which averages out to slightly more than 13 cubic feet.

Entry-level models are equipped with air conditioning, power steering, cloth upholstery, front bucket seats, a center console, a split folding rear seat with trunk pass-through and an AM/FM radio. Top-line LS and LS Sport models add a CD player, cruise control, power mirrors, windows and door locks and remote keyless entry.

Options for include the OnStar system, XM Satellite Radio and an AM/FM/CD/MP3 player with premium speakers.

Exterior Features
LS Sport models stand out with a rear spoiler, fog lights, /55R16 tires and chrome alloy wheels. These can all be added to the other trims.

Performance
Not all Cavaliers are created equal. Cavalier's appearance on the National Hot Rod Association racing circuit has generated enormous interest in the vehicle, as fans enjoy the excitement of a 1,horsepower Cavalier rocketing down the quarter-mile at mph.

However, the street-legal Chevrolet Cavalier has a much more modest power dosage. models are fitted with an Ecotec liter inline 4-cylinder engine. It is mated to a standard 5-speed manual or the optional Hydra-Matic 4TE 4-speed automatic transmission, and it generates horsepower at rpm and lb-ft of torque at rpm.

Safety and Security
Antilock brakes are standard with both LS models-optional with the others. The LATCH child seat system is standard across the line.

In addition to frontal-impact front airbags and three-point front seat belts, the Chevrolet Cavalier provides standard three-point seat belts for all rear-seat occupants, plus optional front driver and passenger seat-mounted torso airbags with thorax protection (side impact airbags).

Chevrolet Cavalier - New for
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Deletion of the Bi-Fuel compressed natural gas (CNG) system

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