1988 Holden Camira SL/X 2.0 litre from Australia and New Zealand
Good little car with good power, and handling I find it reliable. I would go for a manual camira
Small vibrations at idle.
A little hard to get into 1st gear.
Slight knock on right hand side when turning.
The Camira 2.0 litre has surprisingliy a lot of power for a small car.
The car handles well at low and high speeds.
The camira 2.0 litre is not too bad on fuel costs, I drove it from Melbourne to Adelaide on just on one tank of fuel.
I find this model camira to be a reliable car with not too many major problems and very good power as I keep up or beat most six cylinder models of the same year.
This camira also has very roomy boot space, like most size six cylinder cars.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 19th October, 2005
27th Dec 2005, 01:55
Camira's are a very reliable car. Not only for getting from A to B, but very powerful for a 4. no problems in a long time and only small when there is.
1st Apr 2006, 06:00
I have had two a JD and JE. Both went well and good on dirt roads (i live in the bush) Both seem to have had clutch problems, but that's a pretty simple fix for these models as gearbox doesn't need to come out.
Runs well, no knock, roomy wagon, power is ordinary, but who cares (2Litre EFI), great on fuel. Electrical a bit shoddy IE dash warnings lights, brake light, but it doesn't stop it from going at all. gearbox a little awkward, but you get used to it quickly, an bit of a pain to find 5th.
NO CARS ARE PERFECT don't forget. They all have little isues.
Overall great value for money and I reccomend them.