2000 Chevrolet Camaro 3.8 V6 from North America


This car is dollar for dollar the best car made!


My suspension squeaks.

My engine runs hot at about 210.

General Comments:

This car is very reliable. I push it hard and I have had no problems at all.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 3rd December, 2004

2000 Chevrolet Camaro SS 5.7 liter LS1 from North America


Its very fast, good looking, and not many on the road.


My rear hatch release does not always work properly.

General Comments:

I absolutely love this car. It is very quick, and the LS1 engine is so impressive. From response to top end speed, this car has it all.

This car is an eye catcher. Everywhere I go, someone turns their head or asks me about the car. The ram air hood is sharp and actually functional unlike the Mustang's.

There is no greater feeling than when a Mustang or "4-banger" Japanese car with a big pipe on it thinks they have a fast car... until you blow there doors off!

I recommend this car to anyone who wants a very fast car that loves modifications and is not that expensive. The biggest problem is finding one of these rare breeds.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 27th November, 2004

31st Aug 2005, 23:41

Man do I wish they bring back the "camaro"

2000 Chevrolet Camaro V6 with 5 Speed transmission from North America


I was worried this car had a lot of miles when I bought it, I changed my mind. This car looks, feels


I bought the car with 67,000 miles on it. It needed a new battery, the original one was still in it and I started having problems starting the car. I also replaced the brakes which, too, were the original brakes. The car runs like a top! I passed California's smog test with flying colors. I love this car it runs great, starts right up, the motor is quiet. Transmission feels solid. I love to drive it. I get great gas mileage and I drive it fast. I have plenty of leg room and the seats are comfortable for my back.

General Comments:

The air conditioning stopped working and will not hold freon.

The hatchback window does not have rear defrost, yet the side view mirrors are not placed out far enough to be used when backing up with a frosted rear window.

The radio antenna does nothing for reception. I removed it and my reception remained as before,-no better, no worse.

I am the envy of all my friends because I have a "Cool Car"! No T-tops, No Convertible, No V8, just a beautiful car. That runs solid, smooth, with quick pick-up & great power.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 26th September, 2004

29th Sep 2004, 19:48

67,000 miles really isn't that much, especially on the 6 cylinder. I have a 93 Camaro with a 6 cylinder, and I'm at 144,000 miles, so you've got another 70,000 to go...

2000 Chevrolet Camaro SS 5.7 V8 from North America


Amazing Engine and Reliability


My driver's side door has had a lot of problems. Clear coat failure, power window dead, power locks dead, it's just this door.

My hood had to be repainted due to paint failure from bubbling. This is a black Camaro so it's not always easy to match. The dealer had to do it twice, but they did make good on it reluctantly. Maybe because I've bought three cars from them.

Brakes are the worse thing on this car, the front set needs to be adjusted every 15,000 miles or so due to it's enormous weight.

The interior could be a little nicer for 32,000$. It was a sad to see the same stock radio in my Camaro SS that a generic Cavalier gets.

General Comments:

The car itself is the SS model and it's gorgeous, I don't think even the Corvette or Viper look as nice, they're too small. The Camaro is big and FAST.

Amazing engine, great speed. Handling could be better, it's a little sloppy, but you are pushing 3,500 pounds in the front so the car is quick, but feels it's weight. Do not expect it to do well in the snow, but you're really paying for the amazing engine.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 17th January, 2004

2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 convertible 5.7L premium fuel from North America


Big bang for small bucks!


Both power windows have broken down.

Top lining as come undone.

Knock in engine at start-up, and when warmed up is "normal" says dealer.

Strange thumping sound when turning left denied by dealer.

General Comments:

Vehicle looks sharp, and I get a lot of compliments.

General assembly is embarrassing. Mismatched fender/door panels, falling off knobs, popping out controls, wide gaps in interior.

Excessive tire wear, even though the vehicle is "babied".

This is my third Camaro, I expect these problems, and I enjoy driving my car.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 13th December, 2003

21st May 2004, 22:26

I had the same car and I couldn't believe when I read your comments---they're all true! It was my dream car until I had it for a couple of months---the rocker panels didn't sit flush with the door, and I had to be moving to have the car look nice...

I took the car in to the dealer I bought it from and they denied all problems that I complained about---

Nice looking car, very fast, but you have to get a second job to keep it looking nice.