by Alan on Sep 5, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Chevrolet Caprice
Good car, good gas mileage, fits a lot of people. Bought it with 116,000 miles on it has never had a problem except for light bulbs going out. Rear defroster does not work right now. Gas mileage is not bad. I average around 20- 23 mpg with marathon gasoline. Has rust on bottom rear fender behind tire and has a lot of rust under the car
by 327capricess on Feb 5, 2007 Vehicle: 1992 Chevrolet Caprice
I bought the car with 170000km on the engine. It has proven to still be a strong engine. I have buried the needle on the speedo and it was still pulling hard. The suspension is unbelievable. I have approached corners with slow to 60km signs and maintained a speed of 120km without any tire squeal nor slippage. The $1300 Fulda tires help out too. The dual bench seats are excellent for comfort. Lots of elbow room. This car is one of the most well balanced cars I have ever seen. I would buy this car over any Vette. Want power, open the hood and see all the room you have for a big block.you want speed, you have it.this car is very steamlined for the highway.want to get noticed, blow the comp away.
by goldvirg01 on Nov 9, 2006 Vehicle: 1992 Chevrolet Caprice
This is my 2nd Caprice. The 1st was a '91. It has 152,000 miles and rides pefect. Drinks too much gas. I get about a little over 200 miles on a full tank and I use premium gas. But it only drinks like that in the city. Strong motor. Not fast at all, but strong. Will burn rubber. Very heavy car. Fun to drive. I think it is one of the best cars ever made, except for the gas mileage. 91-93 were the best years from my experience.
by cloudsdoc on Jul 17, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Chevrolet Caprice
I purchased this vehicle last year with
over 160000. It is in excellent shape.
Had alot of miles on it but The car had
been well taken care of by the looks of
it. It now has over 212000 miles on it
and still no oil usage. Still blows cold
air and gets 25 miles to the gallon on
the highway. I love this car. Chevrolet
has a good thing with the caprice.
Rear styling is revised, and rear wheel wells are opened up. Rear track is increased 1.6 inches. LTZ gets a 180-horsepower, 5.7-liter V8 standard. Acoustical package added to reduce noise. LS trim level gets gold accents on wheels and trim.