Pontiac marketed a in Canada as the "Acadian". As well as being the smallest, most fuel-efficient car marketed by Chevrolet, the Chevette was the lightest car marketed in the U.S. The EPA rated the base 1.4-liter engine at 28 miles per US gallon (8.4 L/100 km; 34 mpg) city and 40 miles per US gallon (5.9 L/100 km; 48 mpg) highway. Chevrolet claimed that the Chevette's turning circle (30.2 feet) was one of the smallest in the world and that it was essentially a "metric" car, "international in design and heritage." The 1976-1978 Chevettes can be identified by round headlights and chrome-rimmed, tri-color taillights.
Whether you’re looking to replace a burnt out bulb or upgrade the existing headlights on your 1978 Chevrolet Chevette, XenonDepot has the solution! We carry high quality OEM grade Chevrolet replacement lighting products from manufacturers like Philips, Osram, and XenonDepot.
The following chart contains OEM and replacement bulb numbers for the 1978 Chevrolet Chevette. In some cases the Chevrolet number will be different than aftermarket replacement bulb numbers.
Four years later, GM Brazil showed off the Chevette S/R, a concept intended to replace the sporty but slow 1976-1978 Chevette GP. Aside from the spoilers, skirts, hood and covered headlamps, the S/R featured a 1.6-liter engine – a whole .2 liters bigger than the engine that then powered the Chevette. Carro Antigo notes that the S/R did go into production in 1981, though sans the body cladding and on the hatchback body style.
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