A dealership in Lakeland, Florida recently listed a mint-condition Chevy Lumina Z34 for sale – a vehicle that we’d normally dub an underrated and inexpensive piece of General Motors history. However, the dealership has bestowed it with a price tag of $16,500.
We don’t claim to be experts in Chevy Lumina Z34 valuations, so we don’t know if Primo Classics LLC will get the full price they are asking for. To the store’s credit, though, this does appear to be a well looked-after Lumina. It has only ever had one owner and boasts a clean body, spotless engine bay and a like-new interior. There are even still protective coverings on the floor mat, which are typically removed by the dealership before the customer takes possession.
In 1993, the Lumina Z34 came with a 3.4-liter V6 engine producing 210 horsepower and 215 pound-feet of torque, along with a standard five-speed manual transmission, while the optional four-speed automatic reduced output to 200 horsepower. Performance-focused Z34 models also had different unique front and rear end treatments, side skirts, a spoiler, hood louvers, alloy wheels and Z34 exterior and interior badging.
A total of 13,016 examples of the Chevy Lumina Z34 were produced by GM in 1993, a year in which it built nearly 250,000 Luminas in total. A VIN check indicates this car has been for sale since July 17th, 2021, so it seems as though it hasn’t been on the market for very long. Not only are 1990s cars such as this gaining more traction among collectors and enthusiasts, but the entire second-hand vehicle market also has seen meteoric price increases so far in 2021.
Check out the listing at this link for more info.