Chevrolet Lumina - medium-sized cars manufactured by the American automobile company Chevrolet Concern General Motors from 1989 to 2001. From the beginning of 1989 to the spring of 2001, the car was manufactured in Oshwa (Canada) and replaced the Chevrolet Celebrity and Chevrolet Monte Carlo.
In the US, the Lumina model was available in two different variants, which initially led to some confusion among buyers. In addition to a sedan called Lumina, the Lumina APV minivan was offered.
The last model was made in Australia by the subsidiary GM Holden and was offered in only a few markets.
The Chevrolet Lumina car is currently sold only in South Africa. This rear-wheel drive, which is a copy of the Australian model Holden Commodore, is offered with sedan and pickup bodies. The only option of the power unit is an eight-cylinder engine with a capacity of six liters, which, coupled with a manual transmission, develops 360 hp, and with a six-speed "automatic" 350 hp.
Until 2011, the sedan "Lumina" was also placed in some countries in the Middle East. In addition to the six-liter engine, these machines were equipped with a 3.6-liter "six" power of 240 hp.
Chevrolet Lumina fourth generation is produced in Australia since 2006.