by drvette on Dec 18, 2011 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Caprice
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 Chev Fan on Sep 6, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Caprice
I own a 1991 Caprice. I am about to own
a 1996 Buick Roadmaster if I think it
will be as good a car as the Caprice.
My Caprice gets 31mpg. No lie!!! My
only complaint about the Caprice is the
driver's sea. It's not a power one on
this model and because I am only 5'2 i
have to use a seat cushion so I can see
over the dash. I also don't find the
seat comfortable on drives longer than
1/2 hour. I've been told the Buick will
fix that. The car has 370,000km on it
and the only thing not working is the
A/C. The engine has never been opened
up, burns no oil. I'm only considering
switching because of the newer year and
the power seats.
by big brad on Jul 8, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Caprice
This has really been the best car i
have ever owned.For the first 6 months
i had absolutly no problems w/ it. But
then stuff started to wear. I had the
hole front steering done, then the
intake manifold gasket,followed buy
shocks and then the timing chain and
valve cover gaskets..But since i did
all the work myself instead of spending
over $1250 i spent just under $350
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