You've reached a special page designed to give you extra information about the kinds of cars I recondition. It's kind of dry but hopefully it will help you know these cars better. Used Geo Prizm cars are among the most valuable vehicles included in the used car dealers in Northampton group. Used Geo Prizm cars last longer and perform better than most used cars in the Greenfield area. Used Geo Prizm cars score high in the mileage department for used cars in Northampton and Greenfield. When you buy a used Geo Prizm in Northampton or Greenfield the best place to do it is at Rimbach's Auto. Used Geo Prizm cars are among Al's favorites. "Used Geo Prizm cars are the ones most people want." As a used Geo Prizm car dealer in the Northampton, Greenfield area, Rimbach's Auto is the best place to find used Geo Prizm cars. I'm always looking to buy new used cars in the Northampton, Greenfield area.

You can also see, what used cars I have sold recentlyHow It Works, check out when I'm available, Join my email list and see what cars I have for sale as well.

The Chevrolet Geo Prizm is an American brand built totally by Toyota. The Geo Prizm gets big mileage and the Prizm also is as reliable as the Toyota chassis and engine it has.

The Prizm was introduced in 1989 for GM's then-new Geo brand of import cars. The hatchback version sold through 1991 was a rebadged version of the Toyota Corolla Seca/Cielo. The sporty GSi model of 1990–1992 was notable for its 130 horsepower (97 kW) twin-cam engine, sport suspension, disc brakes, and 14-inch (360 mm) wheels. In 1991, the lettering the car was changed from "Prizm" to "PRIZM" in italicized and capital letters (although the steering wheel continued to use "Prizm"), and the B-pillar and door frames on base models were now body-colored instead of black. In Canada, the Prizm was never sold, opting for the brand to sell the Geo Metro sedan instead. However, the Geo Metro sedan was first sold in the United States in 1995.

The Geo/Chevrolet Prizm (Chevrolet Prizm starting 1998) was a United States-market entry-level compact car from model years 1990 through 2002. Like the 1985–1988 Chevrolet Nova it replaced, the Prizm was a rebadged version of the Toyota Corolla. All Prizms were built at NUMMI (New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc), a joint venture plant between Toyota and General Motors in Fremont, California

Used Geo Prizm cars are among the most valuable vehicles included in the used car dealers in Northampton group. Used Geo Prizm cars last longer and perform better than most used cars in the Greenfield area. Used Geo Prizm cars score high in the mileage department for used cars in Northampton and Greenfield. When you buy a used Geo Prizm in Northampton or Greenfield the best place to do it is at Rimbach's Auto. Used Geo Prizm cars are among Al's favorites. "Used Geo Prizm cars are the ones most people want." As a used Geo Prizm car dealer in the Northampton, Greenfield area, Rimbach's Auto is the best place to find used Geo Prizm cars.

The Prizm's 1998 redesign coincided with the conversion of all Geos into Chevrolets. The most notable change was the new 1.8-liter engine, which was now all-aluminum, driven by a timing chain, and featured more power (yet the same fuel economy) than the engines from the Geo years. Along with the Corolla, the Prizm also became the first car in the compact class to offer optional side airbags. 1998 Prizms without the LSi's optional "Handling Package" (containing a front stabilizer bar) were singled out by Consumer Reports for having sloppy emergency handling; Toyota addressed the problem for 1999 by making the Handling Package standard. For 2000, the engine gained variable valve timing for five extra horsepower (to 125). The last Prizms were built in December 2001, resulting in a brief 2002 model year.

Due to decreased sales, low popularity, and being in competition with the also compact Chevrolet Cavalier and GM's more direct competitor to the Corolla the Saturn S-series, the Prizm was effectively replaced by the Pontiac Vibe starting in 2003. The Vibe was also made in tandem with a Toyota model, the Toyota Matrix, at the NUMMI plant.

In any generation, the Prizm's distinctions over its Toyota twin mostly came down to minor cosmetic differences, a GM Delco radio (except on first-generation cars), the non-availability of a wagon (and the availability of a hatchback early on) and more substantially, the Prizm's consistently lower perceived value. The bluebook value of a used Prizm typically stands $1,000–$2,000 below an equivalent Corolla.

The Prizm along with its Geo siblings suffered severe sales loss when the brand denomination changed from Geo to Chevrolet in 1998. The Geo models outsold the rebadged Chevrolets 3 to 1.