by drvette on Dec 18, 2011 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Caprice 4dr Sedan
Dad bought our "91, new, traded in an excellent 82 Caprice that was great also.
The vehicle NEVER gave any problems whatsoever
Price was some $18k or so,
still they command about $5,000 for a nice one on Autotrader, so Edmunds, get your pricing correct..
by Kevin Hoffman on Jan 21, 2010 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Caprice 4dr Wagon
Bought my Caprice wagon with 50k miles and after five years of ownership have had only a few minor problems. It's a very reliable car. Good power even from the base 5.0 V8 engine. Ride quality from this large rear drive car is pillow soft! I was surprised with the car's handling in winter snowstorms. Despite the rear drive setup, I never ended up stuck at the side of the road! The car's large size and rounded shape always gets attention from onlookers. Kids love the rear facing third seat! Cargo room with the second and third row seats folded is akin to an enclosed pickup truck! Long trips are very comfortable. A great car! Sad to see GM discontinue it.
Shamu arrives! Sedan and wagon are totally re ...ahem, designed. Retain rear-wheel drive. Standard engine is a 5.0-liter V8. Driver airbag and ABS are standard. Wagon provides over 92 cubic feet of cargo volume. LTZ model added midyear sporting wider tires, sport suspension, and heavy-duty cooling and braking systems.
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