Chevy Corsica Accessories & Parts

About Chevy Corsica

The Chevy Corsica arrived in showrooms in spring 1987 as an early 1988 model. It was a front-wheel drive compact car produced by GM till 1996. The Corsica came to replace the Chevrolet Citation, and it was accompanied by another Chevy vehicle – the Chevrolet Beretta, with which it shared its powertrains and mechanical structure. The Corsica was built on the L-body platform and came in four trims and two body styles. While a four-door sedan was available from the very beginning, a five-door hatchback version was added in 1989. First-generation models had standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine offering 90 hp and an optional 2.8-liter V-6 making 130 horsepower. Both powertrains came with a three-speed automatic transmission as optional and a standard five-speed manual transmission. The Corsica got some minor updates during the first production year: all V-6 models received larger stabilizer bars and an upshift light, while an FM /AM stereo radio equipped with digital clock became standard.

Together with the newly arrived hatchback body style, an LTZ performance package was introduced in 1989. This sporty performance package included V6 engine, gas-pressurized shock absorbers, 15-inch alloy wheels, stabilizer bars, sport suspension, gauge package with tachometer, and quick-ratio power steering. In 1990, the Corsicas were equipped with larger engines. The base 2.0-liter I4 engine with 90 hp was replaced with a larger 2.2-liter version good for 98 horsepower. The 2.2-liter V6 was substituted as well, and now it was a 3.1-liter engine producing 135 hp and 120 lb-ft of torque. Minor changes were also made to the driver controls. Soon after that, in 1991, the Chevy Corsica received a restyled dash, driver's side airbag, and cup holders, but lost its sporty LTZ trim. Instead of it, a new Z52 performance package was introduced as an option for both body styles. The trim included a sport steering wheel, Level III suspension, and 15-inch rims. In 1992, the Corsica got equipped with anti-lock brakes that became a standard feature. While the optional V-6 still produced 140 hp, the base 2.2-liter engine received additional 15 horsepower, and now it delivered 110 hp. The same year, the Chevy Corsica lost its hatchback version because of the low sales figures.

The 1993 Chevrolet Corsica had the same parts and components as the previous model, except for the additional low-oil-level warning light and shift interlock. The next Corsica came only in one trim, with a 2.2-liter 4I engine that now made 120 hp, instead of 110. A three-speed automatic transmission became the only offered with this 4-cylinder engine. The 3.1-liter V6 with the OBD-I was replaced with the updated Gen III engine. Front seat belts, in their turn, were replaced by manual lap and door-mounted shoulder belts. In 1995, there were few changes made to the Corsica's exterior. The innovative daytime running lights became available as a standard feature. Also, side moldings, a body-colored grille, and mirrors were introduced, along with a new Corsica logo. Larger tires and a revised rear suspension were added as well. Those were the last changes made to the vehicle. Serving more than nine years, the Chevy Corsica was substituted by the Chevy Malibu. The production of the vehicle stopped in summer 1996.

The Chevy Corsica lived a long life, giving its owners years of technical sophistication and driving pleasure. It was a true Chevrolet that offered an occasional flair, distinct style, great performance, and prices that put it within reach of most any American. If you're one of those owners, and you're thinking about taking your Corsica to the next level in appearance and performance, it's time to make a deal with CARiD! Along with the huge array of Chevy Corsica parts and accessories, we offer quality and affordability unlike any other site.

The Chevy Corsica Accessories and Parts play a big role in giving your car a more personal feel, which is why at CARiD.com, we take it seriously. Inside our selection of Chevy Corsica accessories and parts, you will find nothing but the highest quality options for you to choose from in all the latest styles. Floor mats, LED tail lights, spoilers, and more are featured here daily at the best prices around. Your car needs your love. Show it with the Chevy Corsica accessories that always make an impression!

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1993 Chevy Corsica | Posted by Anthony | (Greenville, GA)

Because of the age of my car it was very hard to find this part, everyone told me my car was to old and they couldn't get it, found it CARiD it matched up perfectly and was not very expensive, glad I found your site now I check here before I order any where else. Thanks, a repeat customer.

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