1999 Chevrolet Camaro 3.7 liter V6 3.8 series II from North America
I just want a Z-28 now...:)
The Automatic door locks don't lock the car, with the alarm set, neither the in-car door panel. Front Passenger side wheel barring is going out.
The car is a rush, I haven't had much problems with it since I got it, I bought it used, the locks were broken, on the in-car panel when I bought it. I have ran it off the road, ONCE, due to some stupid drivers out there. but even after that, the performance hasn't been faultered too much, the power is still there. I is awfully roomy for a sports car, except the the rear seating, I am a big person so I gotta put the driver seat almost all the way back, and it gets very uncomfortable for the other people. It is definatly an in-town car, traveling is a big hastle, although a lot of packing space, it doesn't hold up to well on the rough highways, and interstates. The interior on-top of comftorbility it is also very comfortable to look at while in the car. It also came with an automatic start, it is suppose to roll the windows down at the press of a button on the remote, but that hasn't worked since I got the car neither. I only paid about $10,000 for it so it was a good bargain. I am pushing about 200 horses, maybe a little less, from the miles on it and running off the road. I love the power and speed of this car, it is only a v-6 I can only imagine what a Z-28 would be like.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 18th April, 2006
No offense man, but you made a stupid move by getting a V6 rather than that Z28, unless of course, you already had an 8-cylinder sports car in the past and you wanted to take it easy this time around. Check my 1998 Camaro reviews "6-Cylinder Spotrs Cars Suck" and "I Hate it" and you'll know what I'm talking about.
Do get the Z28, it'll be more bang for your buck than an underpowered 85' Corvette.
One more thing, why would you get this car as a passenger car? If you ask me, those backseats aren't for adults, but for your little kids and cargo. If you have people with you in the car a lot and want an old cheap car you can that's roomy and comfortable, try the Cadillac Brougham. But if it were me, I'd much rather have an 8-cylinder sports car over any Cadillac or Lincoln.
Most people who buy a Camaro aren't worried about the people in the back. I am divorced and the only person ever in the back of my 87 is my daughter who is 10. I love my car and I am in the process of looking for a 98-02 T/A. After hanging out with the local F-Body club and the races I love the LS1 engine. So in my opinion, yes buy the Z-28 or SS if you can find one.
I can find many Camaros SS in Southern California. They are not hard to find. The problem is the price of the SS LOL.