1998 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Station 307 cci from Austria


Oxi sensor, torque converter switch.

General Comments:

Great, roomy car.

Quiet and relaxing to drive.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 17th January, 1999

3rd Sep 2001, 20:33

How can you have a 98 caprice when Chevy stopped making them in 96???

4th Sep 2002, 02:29

The current Caprice that is for sale overseas is actually made by Holden Motors of Australia - it's based on their Commodore. Holden is a GM sub, so the car is basically Chevrolet under the Holden body. It's still RWD, V8-powered.

The North American Caprice was built at the Arlington TX assembly plant and production stopped in 1996 for the Chevy Tahoe.