by Toddrick Futter on Nov 27, 2007 Vehicle: 1999 Chevrolet Camaro 2dr Convertible
I have had my car now for over a year and I drive it every day. I wrote a review when I first aquired the vehicle and rated it at about 8.6 or something like that. I was wrong. My Camaro is darn near a 10 in almost every area. This car has been very dependable and reliable, I put at least 100 miles on the car per day, 5 days out of the week, it has never let me down. I simply keep up on the regular maintance schedule, put gas in it and it keeps on going. The things that were "drawbacks" for me at first have become non-issues now that I am used to my car. I love my '99 Camaro, I never tire of driving it!
by Todd Futter Howk on Jun 21, 2006 Vehicle: 1999 Chevrolet Camaro 2dr Convertible
I love this car. it handles beautifully and is a real joy to drive, especially on nice days when I can drive with the top down. The engine, a 3800 series II is sound and runs great. I get super gas milage without losing any "get up and go" My only complaint would be that the convertible is very hard to see out of when the top is up. Lack of good visibility would be my main concern with this car but other than that a super car and a great buy! (I bought mine for $6000.)
by Eric_20 on Jan 19, 2003 Vehicle: 1999 Chevrolet Camaro 2dr Convertible
This car performs great. I live in a
quite small city with less than 50000
people that is overfilled with crappy
mustangs. Having the only camaro
convertible (while being only 20 years
old) is nice because of all the
constant looks. Overall, it's been a
great car so far and I'm gonna be with
it for a long time.
Traction control (Acceleration Slip Regulation in Chevrolet parlance) is available on all models in 1999, and on the Z28 ASR allows for some tire slip before cutting the power to the rear wheels. Electronic throttle control is newly standard on V6 models, a new engine oil-life monitor tracks specific driving conditions to determine when the next change should occur and a Zexel Torsen differential is employed in the limited-slip rear axle.