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The Chevrolet Lumina sedan and minivan were first introduced in 1989 for the 1990 model year as a new range of vehicles from the Chevrolet brand of General Motors t- replace both the Chevrolet Celebrity sedan and coupe, and the Monte Carl- coupe. All Luminas were built at the Oshawa Car Assembly plant, in Ontario, Canada.

Consumers were ultimately confused by having tw- different vehicles (the Lumina sedan and the Lumina APV minivan) share the same name, and the concept was eventually dropped when the Lumina APV was replaced by the Chevrolet Venture in 1997. Contents

* 1 1990-1994 - 1.1 Engines - 1.2 Lumina Z34 * 2 1995-2001 - 2.1 Engines * 3 See also * 4 External links

1990-1994 First generation Chevrolet Lumina Eur- 3.4 sedan Production 1990?1994 Body style(s) 2-door coupe 4-door sedan Engine(s) 2.5 L Iron Duke I4 3.1 L LH- V6 3.4 L LQ1 V6 Transmission(s) 5-speed manual 3-speed 3T40 automatic 4-speed 4T60 automatic 4-speed 4T60-E automatic Wheelbase 107.5 in (2730 mm) Length 198.3 in (5037 mm) Width 53.3 in Height 71.7 in Curb weight 3496 lb (1586 kg) Fuel capacity 17.1 US gal Related Buick Regal Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Pontiac Grand Prix 1990 Chevrolet Lumina 1990 Chevrolet Lumina Facelifted Chevrolet Lumina coupe Facelifted Chevrolet Lumina coupe

The North American Chevrolet Lumina was based on the mid-size GM W platform, which was shared with the Pontiac Grand Prix, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, Oldsmobile Intrigue, Buick Regal and Buick Century (after 1996). Although the Lumina became a popular seller, GM was widely criticized in the motoring press for being late t- the game in introducing a direct aero-designed competitor t- the Ford Taurus. A model that was hard t- find in this generation of the Lumina was the Lumina 3.4 Sedan. While coupes attained a 215 hp rating the 3.4 Sedan made d- with a 200 hp version.

In 1989, the Lumina became the nameplate under which Chevrolets were raced in NASCAR, more than a year before the model was available t- the public.


* 1990-1992 2.5 L (151 inę°) Iron Duke I4 * 1990-1994 3.1 L (191 inę°) LH- V6 * 1991-1994 3.4 L DOHC(207 inę°) LQ1 V6

Lumina Z34

Main article: Lumina Z34


The high performance version of the Lumina was the Lumina Z34. Along with a performance suspension package, it was fitted with the 3.4 L DOHC LQ1 V6, putting out 210 hp at 5200 rpm, and 215 lb-ft of torque at 4400 rpm. Unique cosmetic changes include a factory spoiler and body moldings, a louvered hood, and a unique steering wheel. The grille was als- replaced with a body-colored panel with a small outlet, reminiscent of the Ford Taurus SHO.

1995-2001 Second generation 1995-2001 Chevrolet Lumina Production 1995?2001 Body style(s) 4-door sedan Engine(s) 3.1 L LH0 V6 3.4 L LQ1 V6 3.8 L L36 V6 Transmission(s) 4-speed 4T60-E automatic 4-speed 4T65-E automatic Wheelbase 107.5 in Length 200.9 in Width 72.5 in Height 55.2 in Fuel capacity 17.1 US gal Related Chevrolet Monte Carlo Buick Regal Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Pontiac Grand Prix Buick Century

The Lumina received a major redesign for 1995, and the Monte Carl- name was resurrected for the 2-door version previously sold as the Lumina coupe. The Eur- model was dropped, replaced by the LS trim. The LH- V6 was dropped in favor of the L82 V6, als- known as the 3100 SFI. This Lumina was als- sold with police and taxi packages after the Chevrolet Caprice was dropped after the 1996 model year. An up-level (sporty) LTZ trim was introduced in 1997 t- soften the blow from the discontinued Impala SS. It featured sporty alloy wheels (similar in style t- the Impala SS's), the 3.4 L V6 (an option in 1997, which then became standard), a tachometer, and a floor-mounted shifter for the automatic. The 3.4 L V6 was replaced by the 3800 Series II in 1998. Als- in 1998, the Lumina received second generation airbags. The front-wheel drive Chevrolet Impala was introduced as a replacement for the Lumina in 2000, although GM did produce 2001 model year Luminas t- be exclusively sold for rental fleets. US production ended on April 26, 2001. In some Asian countries, the Lumina continued as a rebadged Buick Century/Regal. In Latin America, the Lumina is sold under the Omega nameplate.


* 1995-2001 3.1 L (191 inę°) L82 V6 * 1995-1997 3.4 L DOHC(207 inę°) LQ1 V6 * 1997-1999 3.8 L (231 inę°) L36 V6

Chevrolet Lumina 2nd-gen Lumina Manufacturer General Motors Production 1990?2001 Assembly Oshawa, Ontario, Canada Predecessor Chevrolet Celebrity Successor Chevrolet Impala Class Mid-size Layout FF layout Platform W-body
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