1998 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Station 307 cci
Oxi sensor, torque converter switch.
Great, roomy car.
Quiet and relaxing to drive.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 17th January, 1999
How can you have a 98 caprice when Chevy stopped making them in 96???
The current Caprice that is for sale overseas is actually made by Holden Motors of Australia - it's based on their Commodore. Holden is a GM sub, so the car is basically Chevrolet under the Holden body. It's still RWD, V8-powered.
The North American Caprice was built at the Arlington TX assembly plant and production stopped in 1996 for the Chevy Tahoe.