1998 Chevrolet Camaro V6 from North America


It is pretty good for what was paid for it


One of the rear speakers are not working.

The shock wires had to be replaced.

The computer chip that indicates when to light up the check engine light had to be replaced.

General Comments:

There is no light or sound to indicate that you are running low on gas.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 18th February, 2005

19th Feb 2005, 22:13

Usually the first sign that you are running out of gas is loud silence.

8th Dec 2005, 23:59

Yeah I have the same thing, did they just not make a fuel warning sign... or did burn out?

1998 Chevrolet Camaro V6 Automatic from North America


You get what you pay for!


The leather on the driver's seat is wearing, but that's my fault.

The phosphorus in the turn signals (in dash, not outside) keep burning out (this is because of the daytime running lights).

Transmission needs to be replaced about every 60,000 miles.

You can hear noise from outside too easily (I think it's because the driver side rubber lining is coming loose).

Passenger seat won't always slide back when you try to.

General Comments:

Over all this car has been really good.

I'm still running on the original engine, which shocks people that the engine is still running great at the mileage that it has.

Its been reliable other than the transmission problem, but that could be because I drive all day long.

Engine has been, and hopefully will continue to run good, they should if you get your cars routine maintenance done on time (or pretty close to on time).

I previously had a 1994 Honda Accord and my Camaro has out lived the import, amazing isn't it?

This car is great if you're looking for good power and reliability. It's a perfect 1st muscle car for anybody who hasn't driven anything with a lot of power.

Goes from 0-60 in 5 seconds or less, without any mods to it (I'm waiting for the Z-28 before I supe up a Camaro).

Handles great, and beautiful low-end torqued.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 28th March, 2004

10th Apr 2004, 16:36

One comment, a 6cylinder car will NOT do 0-60 in under 5 seconds! if so it would be faster than a corvette. my z28 with some mild mods does 0- 60 in about 5.5 seconds.

8th Aug 2004, 12:00

I can honestly say that this review seems almost 100% accurate, besides the 0-60 in under 5 seconds. Like the first comment, the mother of todays Camaros, the Z-28, can't do 0-60 in under 5 seconds, it is mid-range 5's for the Z-28. My friend's mother has a 1998 Camaro V6 that has about as many miles on it, with the same problems. She still has the 1st engine, although they say she should be on her 3rd *shakes head*... idiots. Does have to replace her automatic transmission about every 60k miles, and the phosphorus in the blinkers (on the inside) do burn out because of the daytime running lights. So I can personally assure you that this review is very honest... That is unless you got a lemon, then don't hate the manufacturer, everybody will make and model will have a lemon.

1998 Chevrolet Camaro Z - 28 LS 1 from North America


A smile on four wheels that goes as fast as you want to go


Nothing so far. I have some damage to the rear driver side bottom leather seat cushion that looks to be from some external source, not failure of upholstery.

General Comments:

I bought this car off the internet after driving a couple locally. I had a dealer check it prior, and they seem to have been thorough as I have had zero problems so far. My suggestions to potential Z buyers: have the car checked prior to purchase. I bought mine from an old fart like me (50-59 year old) who took excellent care of it.

I bought this car for my wife and to drive on weekends. It handles very well and has a nice ride, even at speed. I am impressed at how solid it feels at speed with the top down.

I have owned many cars from a '57 Bel Air convertible, a '69 Vette roadster, a couple of Fiat 124 Spyders, etc, and this one is the most fun so far.

This car is fun, fast and fairly priced. It goes around a corner as fast as I want to go (I've waxed several crotch rockets with no sweat) and is pretty quick for a stock car. I can outrun almost any stock car from a stand still or at 80 + mph. This is a poor mans Vette and a lot safer than my '63 small block nova rag top. Are there better cars? Yes, but not at this price. As an added bonus, I can haul my two teen age sons and wife, who are all smiling as we haul butt down the highway.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 15th September, 2003