2001 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 5.7 V8 from North America
This car could've been my dream car
Nothing, because I didn't own it. What I did was test drive this perfect performance dream car at Carmax. I test drove it just for a like two miles and it was more than enough to know just how much I would've loved this car. I test drove this car back sometime in 2002, but remember how great of a car it was like it was a week ago.
I am the reviewer of the 1998 Camaro with the titles "6-cylinde sports cars suck" and "I hate it". I know I must very hateful toward Camaros even though I am aiming my negative responses about toward six cylinders, but thought I'd let reviewers know that I'd still love a Camaro if only it was a V8, because that's what I wanted for the longest time now.
This car has great get up and go and it's big and bulky so it doesn't feel like this small Corvette that could crumple in no time in an accident. When I hit the gas, this sucker not only offered great acceleration, the kind I've wanted this whole time in a car, but it made the tires squeal with that burnout power, something my 1998 white V6 Camaro has never had the power to do.
And the sound of that powerful engine was a win-win combination. Not only did I know for a fact that I had some real power under that hood, but it felt like a real performance machine. When I have enough money later on to get one, I will gladly do it. I would rather a V8 Camaro anywhere from a restored '83 IROC-Z anywhere to a 2002 Z28 rather than have some new car, which are indeed overrated if they're lemons.
I want that V8 power, not matter what people think of those souped up 4 and 6 cylinder compact sports cars from "The Fast and Furious". I don't care about a new car if it doesn't have that V8 power. And I don't what anybody says about environmentally safe cars for saving the environment. I want that 8-cylinder and I'm gonna get at some point, no matter what anybody says.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 6th December, 2006