Both my friend and I bought 1997 Camaros and we both had the same problem. The windsheild wipers do not park at certain temperatures. This is the only problem and one that I chose to ignore.
The electronics, such as how the headlights work automatically and reliably. The engine ideal, gas mileage, throttle response (27 all around) are all electronically controlled. I like the fact that I can set my alarm without making any noise so I don't annoy the neighbors.
Go back to the 1997 front end style and lose the Jaguar type nose. Limited slip should be standard equipment; it rains everywhere. Passengers complain about catalytic converter hump under their feet. More body panels out of plastic to avoid parking lot dents I have are in the metal rear fenders.
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