Chevrolet Beauville

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The name Chevrolet Beauville used Chevrolet for two vehicles. First, he referred to 1955-1957 a combination of model series Bel Air and Two-Ten.

From 1970 to 1995, a minibus that name based on the van was made ​​, which was offered as a GMC Vandura Rally.

  • 2.1 engines
  • 2.2 Additional Information

Beauville station wagon (1955-1957)

Chevrolet Beauville (1955 )

1955 led a five-door Chevrolet Beauville combo in the series Bel Air. The standard engine was a six -cylinder inline engine in conjunction with a manual gearbox. On request, there was also a V8 engine.

From this vehicle 24,313 pieces were produced. The six-cylinder had a base price of U.S. $ 2262, - the V8 cost U.S. $ 2361, -.

Chevrolet Beauville (1956 )

1956, the Beauville was offered as a Chevrolet Two-Ten and a Chevrolet Bel Air, each with nine seats.

The prices of the 210 - Beauville stood at U.S. $ 2348, - ( R6) and U.S. $ 2447, - ( V8), the Bel Air Beauville at U.S. $ 2482, - ( R6) and U.S. $ 2,581, - ( V8). This year 17 988 210 Beauvilles and 13,279 Bel Air Beauvilles were sold.

Chevrolet station wagon had to engines to offer a great choice, the (103 kW) ranged from six cylinder 140 hp unit to a V8 with 225 hp (165 kW).

One belonging to the basic machine in 1956 was a six-cylinder with 3,859 cm3, a Gruagußblock and a compression of 8.0:1. He had a single Rochester Carburetors and reached a peak output of 140 hp (103 kW) at 4,200 min -1. Also on offer was a V8 with 4,343 cm3 displacement, a dual carburetors and a peak output of 162 hp (119 kW) at 4,400 rpm -1.

In 1956 there were two 4.3 -liter V8 engine with a compression of 9,25:1, quad carburetors and two exhaust pipes. The Turbo -Fire 225 had two Carter four -barrel carburetor and made 225 hp ( 165 kW) at 5,200 min - 1, while the Turbo -Fire 205 had a single four -barrel carburetor and a power output of 205 hp (151 kW) at 4,600 min-1 developed.

Chevrolet Beauville (1957 )

The Beauville 1957, there were no more than Bel Air, but just as Two-Ten.

21 803 copies of the nine- seater were made and it cost U.S. $ 2563, - ( R6), or U.S. $ 2663, - ( V8).

In 1957, the Beauville Two-Ten one -line six -cylinder engine with 3859 cm3 and 140 hp ( 103 kW ), a V-8 engine with 4343 cm3, 162 hp (119 kW ) and some V8 engines with 4,638 cm3 and a maximum of 283 hp ( 208 kW) ( Super - Turbo -Fire 283 ) offered. The Super Turbo -Fire 283 had fuel injection and cost $ 550, - surcharge.

Beauville Sportvan (1970-1995)

The Chevrolet Beauville Sportvan the G- series was a large van, the Chevrolet 1970-1995 offered. Since the amendment at the tail end of the 1960s there was little change in G-Series Van, and mostly concerned the interior.


The 1995 Chevrolet G20 Beauville Sportvan was standard with a 4.3 -liter V6 engine, which had a compression ratio of 9:1, overhead valves and two valves per cylinder. Although the G20 otherwise only could still be equipped with a 5.7 liter V8 engine, it gave him as Van also with the otherwise only used when G30 7.4 -liter V8 engine. The customers had a choice between a four -speed automatic and a manual 5 -speed transmission. 1995 Chevrolet offered to some 6.5 -liter V8 diesel.

Additional information

The NHTSA mentioned on their website that the front impact safety for the driver and front passenger is three stars. In this case this means that a high possibility of serious injury.

There is disagreement about the proper emphasis on the word Beauville. Most believe that this "Boo - Will" is, with stress on the second syllable, but the word in the American is also spoken with emphasis on the first syllable.

The production of the G- series - and thus also of Beauville - was set in 1995. Successor is the Chevrolet Express.