1988 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z 5.0 TPI from North America
Great car; great performance; great costs!
Wow, this car really has been a handful!
Front brakes needed replacing; this required rotors/hubs, calipers, and pads. The only thing is, it STILL pulls to the right...
Emergency brake cable loosened up.
Horribly rotted, seems to be a problem in the newer third-generation Camaros.
Driver's door sticks and is hard to open.
Seat back locks don't; lock that is!
Electrical problems constantly, so many bad connections.
Cooling problems, always seems to run hot, no matter what I do!
Driver's seat is ripped on the bolster.
Speedometer is incorrect; it reads too slow.
Rear defrost only defrosts some of the rear window!
Really sucks down gasoline, $30 every week!
Well, I have had 3 third generation Camaro's; an 84, 87, and an 88. Seems like they all mostly have the same problems. I also have plenty of praise for this car too!
It is very easy to work on.
Parts are mostly cheap.
Many performance upgrades are available.
The handling is absolutely awesome!
Readily available cars, and cheap for the most part.
The 5.0 V8 TPI really cranks out the horses, 225hp in 88'!
The car just looks mean.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 17th December, 2002