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Chevrolet Nova

Price: $8,500 - $35,000  ⋅ Rating:3Photos:10Views:1769
Chevrolet Nova

Chevrolet Nova is a compact American car produced by automobile division of the American manufacturer General Motors - Chevrolet, in five generations between 1962 and 1988. Until 1969, Nova was used to describe as a complete set of Chevrolet Chevy II.

Chevrolet Nova in Chevrolet lineup was at the position of budget level cars, although some modifications was considered luxury or muscle-cars. The model was available in coupe, two-door sedan, four-door sedan, two-door wagon with two rows of seats, four-door wagon with three rows of seats, three-door hatchback and convertible.

In addition, Chevrolet Nova was shipped to Canada from 1963 under the brand Pontiac with minimal changes. Until the end of 1960s, it was known as Pontiac Acadian, and in 1970s as Pontiac Ventura II.

Although with its classical performance,  the fourth generation of the model took an attention of drivers (1975-1979), Chevrolet Citation replaced its share in market in 1980, which was totally another car.