1968 Chevrolet Nova
157 Miles
$55,000

Salem, OH
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1968 Chevrolet Nova
7,063 Miles
$36,900

Springfield, OH
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1974 Chevrolet Nova
1 Miles
$35,000

Long Beach, CA
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1971 Chevrolet Nova
$8,990

Hyde Park, UT
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1971 Chevrolet Nova
14,291 Miles
$39,988

Naperville, IL
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1965 Chevrolet Nova
1,500 Miles
$35,000

Paris, AR
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1967 Chevrolet Nova
140,000 Miles
$5,900

San Bernardino, CA
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1966 Chevrolet Nova
100,000 Miles
$15,500

Doylestown, WI
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1974 Chevrolet Nova
43,560 Miles
$15,750

Lake Havasu City, AZ
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1970 Chevrolet Nova
59,785 Miles
$34,900

Holland, MI
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1967 Chevrolet Nova
300,000 Miles
$2,200

Morrisville, NC
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1964 Chevrolet Nova
101,995 Miles
$18,500

Trenton, NJ
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1966 Chevrolet Nova
65,000 Miles
$30,000

Center Moriches, NY
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1972 Chevrolet Nova
7,100 Miles
$29,995

Fredonia, NY
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1972 Chevrolet Nova
$49,900

Plymouth, MI
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1971 Chevrolet Nova
$26,782

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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1965 Chevrolet Nova
$22,999

Pompano Beach, FL
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1971 Chevrolet Nova
250 Miles
$46,900

Mansfield, TX
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1966 Chevrolet Nova
$28,000

Crown Point, IN
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1966 Chevrolet Nova
$45,995

Houlton, ME
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Chevrolet Nova Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.8
Performance
3.3
Style
3.2
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
3.5
Maintenance
3.8

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Chevrolet Nova Owner Ratings & Reviews

1986 Chevrolet Nova - Amazing Value, Durable Car

Denver, Colorado
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I picked this car up for $750, and it's been a godsend. After 30 years, it runs like a champ, is comfortable inside and looks stylishly retro on the outside. The gas mileage is acceptable and the handling is superb.
Title
Driving it home in a horrible rainstorm only to find out that I'd never tested the windshield wipers (which no longer worked). Everything else worked fine, so I wasn't overly worried about it.
Pros
The 1986 model "Nova" is actually just a Toyota Corolla, rebadged and assembled in California by GM's joint venture factory, "NUMMI." Everything fits together flawlessly (few squeaks or gaps, even after three decades), the engine bay is large and accessible, and the interior is huge for a compact car.
Cons
ZERO safety features (no airbags, lap belts in the rear, razor thin doors, etc.). The gas mileage could be better for a 4 cyl, but it was decent for the 1980s. The wheels are tiny and tend to take potholes harder than most vehicles. Acceleration's terrible and it has trouble keeping speed up long hills.

1988 Chevrolet Nova - I hated the way the car looked, but I loved the way it ran.

Sandwich, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
2.0
What I liked about my car was that it cost me only $300 dollars to buy it. I also was in an accident with it that wasn't my fault and was given $1600 from the insurance company. I did not like all the rust on it or how old it was. I also didn't like the fact that the air conditioner did not work. I had to clean the inside of it out completely because the previous owner used it as a greenhouse for her plants. When I was finished cleaning it though it looked brand new. The styling was lacking until I put some really nice alloy wheels on it. It had a line down the side that made it look like a bmw kinda. It was alright for room to sit in, I could have used a tad more headroom. The trunk had a lot of room. I had a sub box in the trunk and still had lots of room left. It didn't ma... (more)
Title
I was in the middle of a five car pileup and the car that hit me from behind was completely smashed up in the front end. My cars bumper was bent up a little is all. I hit it a couple times with a sledge hammer and straightened it back out. My car was totaled out by their insurance company and I was given $1600 dollars for my loss. I thought that was great considering I only paid $300 for t... (more)
Pros
The gas mileage was 40 miles to a gallon. I bought it for only $300.
Cons
The car was full of rust. I was once pulled over and told by the officer to get the bucket of junk off the road. I asked him what his cars gas mileage was.

1979 Chevrolet Nova - A classic beauty

Kentwood, Michigan
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
5.0
I bought this car with 71k on the odometer. That was six years ago and it still runs like a top. One carburetor rebuild and an alternator is all it has needed. While the 79 Nova doesn't have the prettiest exterior, and isn't one of the more prized years of Chevy, It still has a classic style and is considerably tougher looking in combination with some nice wheels. This car drives fantastic. The 305 small block isn't an overly powerful motor, but when working in tandem with a 3 speed automatic transmission it can still get up and go. I drove many a mountain pass with this car and it accelerates up the steepest of grades. I really love owning this car. It even does well in the winter with a good set of snow tires, because the thing is so short. I get about 15 MPG in the city and 18MPG on... (more)
Pros
1: Incredibly reliable 2: good power for a smaller engine 3: classic style gets the looks. 4: Good in winter
Cons
1: Only decent gas mileage 2: Not considered a prized classic car.