Very reliable excellent car / HUGE / lots of space / GREAT
After the first 2 weeks of driving my Chevy Caprice, the driver's door ratchet assembly went and I am using the passenger door to drive it. It's not too great when I take girls on dates in it. I usually drop them off then go park it, then after the movie or whatever we did, I'd pick her up at the door. In a way it's kind of interesting.
This car is AWESOME, I will never trade it for anything. It's like driving in your living room.
The car handles like a boat, cornering is nonexistent with this steamer, but you'll never find that with the new plastic bubbles we drive today.
As far as the body goes, no rust whatsoever. This thing is built to last for sure. You know the car was built right when it hurts like hell when you hit your shin on the bumper.
The interior is indestructible and very comfortable. You can recline only the passenger seat, but it is very comfortable.
A/C in this car is the coldest I have ever experienced in a car.
The instrument panel is ergonomically set, with the climate controls on the left of the steering wheel and the radio on the right. As the driver, I can easily reach everything.
This car has the largest trunk I have ever seen. With the full spare and the jack in it, you still have room for a few bodies.
Overall, I would say this car is very reliable, comfortable, and enjoyable to drive.
The only low point of owning a car like this is the cost of gas. The owner's manual recommends 91 octane and I always put 93 in it. I figure I get about 9 mpg city and 14 highway, these models were built before overdrive.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 10th October, 2007