1995 Chevrolet Camaro Base 3.4L sfi from North America


I love my Camaro!!


I don't know if I just found a lemon or what, but I have always wanted a Camaro and this is my first one, and I think I have replaced almost everything.


- Rear main seal

- Rear freeze plugs

- Map sensor

- O2 sensors

- Air idle control valve

- Throttle position sensor

- Oil pressure sensor

- Rebuilt transmission!!!

- New brain

- Drive shaft

There are a few other things that I have replaced since I bought this car less than 3 weeks ago, just can't remember them off top of my head.

General Comments:

I absolutely love my car. It just bothers me how much crap I have had to do when the guy I bought it from was telling me all it needed was a fresh tank of gas.

I wouldn't trade it for anything!!! My mom has a Mustang and that thing is definitely not faster than the Camaro!!!

The Mustang is an 08 V6!!! But this is a great car if you have the time and money to make it run right!!! Just add a cold air intake and a few performance parts here and there and she won't let you down!!! <3333.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 1st November, 2009

2nd Nov 2009, 12:43

Add anything you want to your V6 Camaro. It will never be a Z28!!! You will lose every single red light/stop sign race! You can't do much with 180HP. Even though a 2008 Mustang V6 has only 180HP as well, it is much lighter and will be faster than your V6 Camaro.

28th Mar 2013, 15:18

I know that comment was years ago, but I can't help but set the record straight for you here. The 95 Camaro's 3.4L V-6 made 160 HP, and the 08 Mustang's V-6 made 210. Also, a 2008 Mustang weighs more than a 1995 Camaro. Finally, modifications can outweigh any disadvantages any car may have had at manufacture; a jog through YouTube can show you many fast V-6 Mustangs and Camaros.

1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 V8 LT1 from North America


A lot of bang for your buck, and a body style that will never get old


The problems I've had were costly, but I would say reasonable for the year and mileage. I've had to replace the engine mount once.

I also needed the window motor for the driver side, and now the passenger side is going to need some work soon.

I also needed to replace the headlights twice, a lot sooner than expected or than my 1998 Camaro needed them replaced.

I also need new shocks, but that's all just maintenance, things can't last forever.

The interior is in great condition, the engine is super clean. I have kept my car entirely stock.

The previous owner was the first owner, she kept it stock (yes a girl, I'm a girl too!).

It had always been garaged until I took it. The paint has worn on the roof, but other than that the exterior is in good condition. I am very surprised at the rest of the paint on the car, it looks good and shines like new after a good waxing.

I think a lot of people who do have problems with this year and model, it might be due to previous owners running the car too hard without the proper knowledge for car and correct parts. Also they might have made too many modifications and something probably just isn't working right.

General Comments:

I love this car!

I feel completely safe in this car.

I once spun out on the freeway due to debris on the road. I seriously think I would have been dead in any other car. But with the handling and suspension I was able to gain control again during my spin out and safely pull over. I was shocked at the treadmarks left behind... they went straight across to the side of the road, but I swear I felt myself spin... must have been the shock. Anyway point is this car handled so great, I feel safe in it and while I have had close calls it has pulled me out without a scratch on me or it.

Even though it's an older car, the body is beautiful, even though it's large it still has that sleek and agile look to it.

A lot of bang for your buck.

I don't think I will ever be able to become accustomed to driving anything else... what to do when I have kids!!?? :)

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 14th October, 2009

28th Mar 2013, 15:22

I feel much the same way about my 95 Z28 (now sitting in my driveway awaiting a head gasket repair). When you have kids, do what I'm gonna do... child seats!

Or, a second car.