1991 Chevrolet Cavalier
This VL Coupe was the price leader for the 1991 model year.
Inside, rotary knobs were used in lieu of buttons and slide levers for the headlight and wiper controls. A restyled dash with built-in shelf added dual slide-out cup holders, while the instrument panel added coolant temperature and oil pressure gauges. Z24s got a new four-way adjustable driver's seat and optional CD player.
The usual three body styles were offered at the start of the year -- coupe, sedan, and wagon -- but midyear saw the return of the Cavalier convertible. Three trim levels were available. The VL carried over as a price leader, while the base models were renamed RS. Z24 returned as the sporting alternative. The revived convertible was offered only in RS guise this time around; previously, it came only in Z24 trim.
Powertrains were unchanged, with a 95-horsepower 2.2-liter four standard in VL and RS models (except the convertible), and a 140-horsepower 3.1-liter V-6 standard in RS convertibles and Z24s, and optional in RS wagons.
1991 Chevrolet Cavalier Facts
| Model|| Weight range (lbs.)|| Price range (new)|| Number built|
| Cavalier|| 2,436-2,757|| $7,995-$15,214||326,847|
At $15, 214, this Chevy Cavalier RS convertible
was the priciest 1991 model.
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