Great looking and fast ! Interior is great looking as well but horrific for comfort or view.I am 6'3 when I put seat all the way back and all the way down I was still looking through the sun screen at top of windshield.Interior is cramped and the back seat is only for five year olds.I wanted to buy one but after driving this car five times it was just too cramped to drive . If you are 5'10 or under the car may work out for you but this car is not for taller people.When convertible top is up view is awful.It is priced right and offers performance but not good as a daily driver.This is a poor mans Corvette.Car is awful in snow and rain,rear wheels spin on a tear drop.
Would you believe I have 255,000 miles on my Camaro with no major mechanical problems so far? Always thought that would be a volvo or saab, not a chevy. I've been very pleased with my car's longevity; just goes to show you what consistent oil changes do for you and good workmanship.
Top goes down with ease--never fails. The car has beautiful lines--very clean vs. a firebird or other muscle car.
My worst complaint is driving in the snow. I put lots of sand in back and bought snow tires to boot, but it's a frightening experience. More than once (before the snow tires) I haven't been able toclimb a hill in stop and go traffic and snow.
The 1995 V-6 convertible Camaro is
great. The significant troubles have
included both window motors, broken
hinge on center console lid, started
burning a quart of oil every 2000 miles
after about 60K. 21 mpg city, 26 hiway
(Calif smog). Quick and fun to drive.
Acceleration, looks, mileage, handling.
Move the radio knobs so tall drivers'
knee doesn't hit them.