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Chevrolet Cavalier Turbo Sport 2001 posters

Chevrolet Cavalier Turbo Sport

The third generation of the Chevrolet Cavalier arrived in 1995 with a total redesign, featuring expanded dimensions and more aerodynamic styling. The Base model included a bumper-integrated grille, coupes' with a dipped beltline, and charcoal-colored bumpers. It was available in coupe, sedan and convertible options with 15 and 16 inch wheels, and the wagon model was replaced by an LS Sedan. All engine options were inline-four engines, with the previous V6 option replaced by a four-cylinder of similar power output. The Base and RS models were equipped with a 122 Pushrod four-cylinder engine (2.2 L OHV), usually with a 3-speed automatic, and a 5-speed manual was available in two-door models. In 1996, a 4-speed automatic was added to the selection. The Z24 and LS convertible models used the 2.3 L LD2 Quad-4 engine, but this was replaced in 1996 by the 2.4 liter DOHC LD9 engine, giving out 150 hp (112 kW) and 155 lb·ft (210 N·m) of torque. This engine was used until 2002. In 2000, the Cavalier received a minor facelift consisting of bigger headlights and an improved grille, and the trunklid "CHEVROLET" text badge was replaced with a "CAVALIER" badge and new "five spoke" hubcaps. The 2.4-litre engine was sold with Getrag F23 5-speed manual transmission on the Z24 models, with a 4-speed automatic optional on both the Z24 and the LS Models. The first only-coupe Z24 had many upgraded features, including a sport-tuning suspension, 16-inch tires, alloy wheels and enhanced interior electronics. In 2000 a 4-door Z24 Sedan was released, featuring the same mechanics but adopting a less sporty body. Other Z24 upgrades included a wider front sway bar and FE2 Sports Suspension for better handling abilities, and a less aggressive ABS anti-lock braking system. The 3-speed automatic was dropped from the base models equipped with the 2.2-L in 2001, and the 4-speed automatic became available in the whole Cavalier range, with the 5-speed manual still available on two-door cars. Also, the RS was replaced by the LS Sport line, with Ecotec L61 motors (140 hp (104 kW) and 150 lb·ft (200 N·m) torque) for improved fuel economy. In 2003, the base models received the Ecotec motors while the GM 122 Pushrod engine (2.2 L OHV) was completely dropped. A GM Eaton M45 Supercharger kit was also offered for the Z24 trim, increasing performance to 190 hp (142 kW) and 195 lb·ft (264 N·m) of torque. The third generation Cavalier was facelifted twice, once in 2000 with a minor fresh look and another in 2003 with a major update to the front end and lift gate. Despite several low scores in the crash tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, production ended in 2005 when the Chevrolet Cavalier was replaced by the Chevrolet Cobalt. Most Cavaliers were built at Lordstown Assembly, but were also produced at other plants, including South Gate Assembly, Lansing Car Assembly, Lansing Craft Centre, Janesville Assembly, Ramos Arizpe, and Leeds Assembly.

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