Used 1992 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Consumer Reviews - 4 Car Reviews | Edmunds
ADVERTISEMENT

1992 Chevrolet Camaro - Consumer Reviews

Average Consumer Rating

4 Total Reviews

View reviews for a specific Camaro model:

Sort by

Most Recent|
Most Recent Most Helpful Highest Rating Lowest Rating
One of the best sport coupes ever
Performance
Comfort
Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
Interior Design
Exterior Design
Build Quality
Reliability
By NRGZ28
on

Vehicle

1992 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Hatchback


Review

I've owned this car for over 4 years
now and I've enjoyed every day of it.
I will never sell it or let it rot
like others.


Best Features

Design and interior!


Was this review helpful? Yes | No

keep your 4th gen...
Performance
Comfort
Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
Interior Design
Exterior Design
Build Quality
Reliability
By zerogsx
on

Vehicle

1992 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Hatchback


Review

Torque monster L98. Mine was a Heritage
Edition Z28, Bright Red with Black
stripes. One of the more timeless
designs to ever come from an auto
styling studio- though I'm not crazy
about the hi-rise F40-style rear
spoiler of 91-92. It was my daily
driver for years and it only needed
tires and a small oil leak fix covered
under warrantee. No rattles/squeaks at
all with subframe connectors and no t-
tops. I’ve owned a total of 5 third
generation FBodies and loved them all.
Traded it in for a 96 Z28/SS 6-speed
and regret every second of it (but I
needed a manual transmission!).


Best Features

No t-tops with L98 Z28s, (I hate 'em anyway), L98 performance, beautiful, clean, timeless styling. Late 92 F- Bodies used many leftover Corvette L98 parts.


Worst Features

No manual transmission with 5.7 (T-56 swap!). L98s run out of breath around 5000rpm- a few mods take care of that. Rain/Snow driving can scare the inexperienced. Heritage Edition is just a stripe package.


Was this review helpful? Yes | No

Incredible car
Performance
Comfort
Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
Interior Design
Exterior Design
Build Quality
Reliability
By nelsonds
on

Vehicle

1992 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Hatchback


Review

I've owned this car for over 4 years
and have needed to do nothing but
change the oil and put on new brakes.
The 3rd generation body style is over
10 years old now, so a good-looking
vehicle can turn a few heads these
days. It might not be a
technologically advanced as the new
ones, but the 5.7 TPI will still rock
your world when the foot hits the
pedal!


Best Features

Lots of horsepower, handling, braking power, and style! When you drive this car, you know you're not in an import - you can really feel the difference driving some pure American muscle metal. It's a constant thrill everytime.


Worst Features

Don't let GM put an end to the F-body vehicles! Let's keep the Camaros and Firebirds rolling for future generations to enjoy!


Was this review helpful? Yes | No

keep your 4th gen FBodies...
Performance
Comfort
Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
Interior Design
Exterior Design
Build Quality
Reliability
By zerogsx
on

Vehicle

1992 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Hatchback


Review

345lb-ft L98 is a torque monster. Mine
was a Heritage Edition Z28, Bright Red
with Black stripes. One of the more
timeless designs to ever come from an
auto styling studio- though I'm not
crazy about the hi-rise
F40-style rear spoiler of 91-92. It was
my daily driver for years and I didn’t
make a single repair, short of tires
and a small oil leak covered under
warrantee. No t-tops and aftermarket
subframe connectors make the body as
solid as an I-beam-- no rattles/squeaks
at all. I’ve owned at total of 5 third
generation FBodies and loved them all.
Traded it in for a 96 Z28/SS 6-speed
and regret every second of it (but I
needed a manual transmission!).


Best Features

No t-tops with L98 Z28s, thank God (I hate 'em), L98 performance (ran consistant 14.1's with just K&N's and subframe connectors at 50psi fuel pres), beautiful, clean, timeless styling. I don't know how magazines only got high 14's out of these cars? Check out www.thirdgen.org


Worst Features

No manual transmission with 5.7 (T-56 swap!). First mod should be welded subframe connectors-- they make a world of difference. L98s run out of breath around 5000rpm- a few mods take care of that. Rain/Snow driving can scare the inexperienced (Chicago winters in a Z28 build character!)


Was this review helpful? Yes | No

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

Other Vehicles to Consider

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT