1989 Chevrolet Camaro RS 2.8 V6 from North America
It has the looks of HP, but the engine is more designed for economy
Transmission would not shift out of 1st gear.
The headliner has torn spot around the T-roof.
The tilt steering wheel does not securely lock into place.
The back hatch pull down has failed.
The rear hatch shocks had to be replaced.
This engine is far from gutsy. You have to allow it to wind up. On the highway the speedo has hit 110mph, but not sure as to the accuracy of the actual speed.
Seems to be higher geared and is not a sprinter.
Engine will rev to redline, but under load becomes mushy - at 3500 rpm the engine has a hard time pulling to redline in OD.
Back leg room is minimal whereas front legroom is great even for those over 6ft tall.
No glove box - just center console for passenger compartment storage.
Nice to have t-roof as it adds a sporty flare.
Handles pretty well as to cornering, fairly abrupt stops, swerving actions.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 11th December, 2003
26th Jul 2004, 18:10
DUH You don't redline v6 moron. Your peak HP is at 4,800rpm you should not be allowed to drive this car.
11th May 2006, 10:29
I agree the legroom up front is great for tall people. I have to also agree about the T-roof giving it a better sporty look. These Camaros are great cars my dad bought me one a little over a year ago and haven't had any truble out of it yet.
26th May 2006, 23:52
I love the car it's awesome never had a car that handles so great. no matter how fast I go into a turn or how quick I have to turn it always does it for me.