|Type of Beauville||Number made||Standard price|
|1955 4 door Bel Air Beauville Wagon||24,313||6 cylinder= $2,262 V8= $2,361|
In 1956 the Beauville became a wagon option for the Chevrolet 210 as well.
|Type of Beauville||Number made||Standard Price||Seating capacity|
|1956 4 door 210 Beauville Wagon||17,988||6 cylinder= $2,348 V8= $2447||9 passengers|
|1956 4 door Bel Air Beauville Wagon||13,279||6 cylinder= $2,482 V8= $2581||9 passengers|
Chevrolet Station wagons offered a wide variety of engines rated from the Template:Convert 6 cylinder to the Template:Convert V8. One base engine Chevrolet offered in 1956 was a Template:Convert 6 cylinder engine with a cast iron block and a compression ratio of 8.0:1. It was carbureted, with a Rochester single barrel carburetor and produced Template:Convert power at 4200 revolutions per minute. Another base engine offered by Chevrolet in 1956 was a Template:Convert V8 with a 2 barrel carburetor with Template:Convert at 4400 rpm. In 1956 two other Template:Convert V8s were offered but both had a 9.25:1 compression ratio, 4 barrel carburetors, and a dual exhaust. The Turbo-Fire 225 engine was equipped with 2 Carter 4 barrel carburetors and produced Template:Convert at 5200 rpm while the Turbo-Fire 205 engine had a single 4 barrel carburetor with a peak Template:Convert at 4600 rpm.
In 1957 the Beauville station wagon was not offered in the Bel Air line, only in the 210.
|Type of Beauville||Number sold||Standard Price||Seating capacity|
|1957 4 door 210 Beauville wagon||21,803||6 cylinder= $2,563 V8= $2663||9 passengers|
In 1957 the engines offered by Chevrolet in the 210 Beauville were a 235.5 cubic inch 6 cylinder with Template:Convert, a 265 cubic inch V8 with Template:Convert, and a number of 283 cubic inch V8s, the most powerful being the super turbo-fire 283 reached Template:Convert. The super turbo-fire 283 was a fuel injected engine that was a $550 option back in 1957.