2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Convertible (5.7L 8cyl 4A)
First let me say, there no substitute
for big engine w/ big torque.Surprising
gas mileage,(50/50 hwy/city driving, 25
mpg)due to the engine not having to
work much above 1500 rpm. But when the
demand for horses gets the better of
you, that 5.7 liters is very willing
and able to deliver that power.The
useable torque is available anytime in
the rpm band. In these days of 4
bangers it is easy to forget those by
gone days of "Torque on Demand".
The 5.7 of this Camaro puts to shame
the 4.6 of my other convertible, a
*Ease of lowering the top(7 secs from
popping the 2 latches to drive off.
Mustangs have 2 levers that take a
Improved quality and worksmanship.The
worksmanship is typical domestic cars.
The driver side window seems to
override its down limit to the point it
pushes out the inside panel and then
makes a pop or clunk when it is then
Improve the "top up" visibility.
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