7th Aug 2006, 22:52

To the writer of the above comment, I seem to have figured out why you don't like your car. You bought a camaro, albeit a V6 but you think it's a sedan, or at least should have all the features of one.

Of course it doesn't have the trunk space of a caddy or stratus, where you really expecting a large trunk space?. You do know it is a sports car, that's why you sit so low in them, they are made to handle sporty driving, not to be a utility oriented car like a 4 door sedan.

If you buy a AWD subaru and go rock crawling with it don't try to blame the car is you get stuck, it's wasn't what it was made for. I have a 95 trans am LT1, virtually same car and I drive it to work and back nearly 100km every day on the highway and in city, I love my baby, yes you do feel and the bumps in the road, but you also feel it hug the road as you rocket out of corner's and pass people on the highway.

22nd Sep 2006, 14:29

I always wanted a big V-8 sports car. Several years ago I bought a Ford Mustang 5.0. It was fast and sporty and got all of 12 miles per gallon. In early 2003 I traded it for a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am with the twin-cam Quad 4. It just blew me away how LITTLE I gave up in the way of performance. I feel safer driving fast in the Grand Am because the rear end won't break loose at the slightest blip of the throttle, and the ride is like a Lincoln Town car compared to the Mustang's bone jarring "performance" suspension. I might add it's nice getting 30 mpg instead of 12. Maybe I'm getting old, but from now on I'll stick with something like this and enjoy the fuel savings. I toyed with getting a V-6 Camaro, and still love them. They are great looking cars, and very well built.