Chevrolet Cheyenne 1990

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Chevrolet Cheyenne 1990 is one of three trim levels of Chevrolet  C/K. It means that full-size pickups were offered in three trim levels called Cheyenne, Scottsdale and Silverado. All three had expanded contents.

Chevrolet Cheyenne 1990 Cheyenne package had all tinted windows, a deluxe heater, intermittent windshield wipers, a one-inch diameter front stabilizer bar, a 34-gallon fuel tank (on most models), halogen headlamps, a heavy duty battery (with gas engines), a cigarette lighter, an AM radio with a fixed mast antenna, front towing hooks (on 4x4s) and voltmeter, temperature and oil pressure gauges.

Black Onyx, Catalina Blue Metallic, and Crimson Red Metallic were new pickups colors, while a new interior trim color was garnet.

Cheyenne 1990 engine availability included two V-6s, three gas V-8s and two diesel V-8s. These pickups were built in factories in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, Pontiac, Michigan and Janesville, Wisconsin.

Welcome! We want to present Chevrolet Cheyenne 1990. This legendary car name plays an important role speaking about the car making industry of the USA. Chevrolet always catches people’s attention with its notable design. The cars of this manufacturer are made according to the safety standards worldwide.

Chevrolet Cheyenne 1990 is reliable and reasonable offer. Besides, the car provides a really good driving performance.

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