The 1993 Chevrolet Cavalier line included this RS convertible.
Both the RS and Z28 convertibles gained a glass rear window for 1993, which allowed a rear defroster to join the ragtops' list of options. All RS models could now be ordered with the Z24's 140-horsepower 3.1-liter V-6, which was formerly optional only on the wagon.
Standard on RS models was again a 110-horsepower 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine, which was the only powerplant offered in the stripper VL series. Both engines came standard with a five-speed manual transmission; a three-speed automatic was optional.
Also for 1993, RS Cavaliers wore Z24-level cloth interior trim, RS wagons got a split-folding rear seat, and a low-oil-level warning light was added to cars equipped with the V-6 engine.
The availability of the optional CD player was also expanded to include the budget VL models. Sales increased over the uninspiring 1992 total, enough to return Cavalier to the number-one spot in Chevrolet's line.
1993 Chevrolet Cavalier Facts
| Model|| Weight range (lbs.)|| Price range (new)|| Number built|
| Cavalier|| 2,509-2,695|| $8,520-$18,305||250,728|
This 1993 Chevy Cavalier Z24 Coupe was among
the priciest models for this year.
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