by Skyszr on Mar 13, 2008 Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Convertible
Great car, awesome performance for the engine. If you can handle the V8 it's good in wet weather. If not, don't dog it. I recommend getting drilled slotted rotors, and ceramic brakes. I put almost 90,000 miles on them, and I do hot rod my car. Gas mileage is good, interior is not a wow factor, but it's nice. Has a lot of potential for mods, cosmetic, and perfomance If you're looking for a fast fun sharp car, this is the car to drive.
by spiderebb on Jan 17, 2007 Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Convertible
The best of all worlds. A daily driver with bountiful power. Relatively economical to own, and an absolute blast to drive. The balance takes some time to get used to, but oversteer can be a good thing. Takes turns amazingly fast, just make sure you're dead- straight before touching the throttle. A glowing endorsement, but also its biggest flaw. You'll always be itching for the open road. You'll never find a road open enough. You always catch up to someone in a blink of an eye.
by Lucwolf on Mar 27, 2002 Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Convertible
It goes like greased lightning, looks sharp, stops well, and is quite economical to drive. The build quality is shocking, with mismatched body panels, failed electrical equipment, wind and water leaks, and just not a quality vehicle . My dealer has been most supportive, but I am pleased that I got the extended warrantee. The power, even with traction control, makes it a handful in wet weather, and in the snow, just park it and take the bus. It has startled me a few times with unpredictable handling with no warning.
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