Chevrolet Lumina 1998 posters

Chevrolet Lumina

The Chevrolet Lumina received a major redesign in 1995, with the iconic Monte Carlo name given to its 2-door coupe version. It featured the L82 V6 engine, also known as the 3100 SFI, to replace the LHO previously used. During subsequent model years, police (code 9C3) and taxi packages, as well as an up-level LTZ trim, were made available for the Lumina. The latter came complete with sporty alloy wheels, a rear spoiler, and a restyled front and rear body, along with a tachometer, floor-mounted shifter, and the optional "Sport Performance Package" with 16" brushed aluminum wheels, blackwall radial sport tires, and a 3.4 L V6 engine that could reach a maximum horsepower of 210. The 3800 Series II engine, released in 1998, boasted 205 horsepower and 230 ft·lbf torque, giving the Lumina impressive performance with 0-60 mph times of 7.5 seconds and 1/4 mile times of 15.0. It could also reach a top speed of 120 mph (190 km/h) due to its 5500 rpm rev limiter. Additionally, 1998 saw the Lumina add second-generation airbags. In 2000, the front-wheel drive Chevrolet Impala was introduced to eventually replace the Lumina, although GM released a limited number of 2001 Lumina models for rental fleets. Production of the Lumina came to a close on April 26, 2001 in the United States, however, it continued to be sold as a rebadged Buick Century/Regal in some countries of Asia and as the Chevrolet Omega in Latin America.

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