2001 Chevrolet Camaro RS convertible 3.6 Liter V6 from North America
An absolute gem of a car
Car rides ruff. Steering is difficult even though it is equipped with power steering. Absolutely no room whatsoever.
Very reliable transportation, fun to drive.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 7th December, 2003
30th Mar 2007, 14:54
Isn't an RS a 6-cylinder sports car? If so, then no, it's not a balls to the wall great sports car. 6-cylinder sports cars are the worst type of motor vehicles anybody can drive if they've never at least several years with some 8-cylinder power.
14th Jan 2008, 19:15
I've got a 1999 Grand Prix GTP Coupe with an after market Cold Air Intake, Dynomax Exhaust System and new headers. So I agree that 3800's are bullet proof motors. Especially since I just smoked my friend's Mustang GT. My car had 240HP stock so I'm going to guess about 280 now. Oh yeah, and V6 Camaros have non supercharged or turbocharged 3800's with 205 HP so I could blow the doors off one of those too.
16th Jul 2009, 05:20
Of course the steering is tight in a car like this - it's a sporty coupe. You should be lucky to have steering like that! Most domestic models have the power-steering calibrated to make parking easier - which makes them a "twitch" to drive.
I'd rather have high-forward stability at 70mph than easy parking maneuvers at 17 anyday. ;)