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Chevrolet Caprice Classic 9c1 - Frequent Stall Issues
By mpfi on 10/03/13 10:18 AM (PDT)

Vehicle

1993 Chevrolet Caprice 4dr Sedan

Review

* This review is mainly intended for ex-police cruiser fans, Chevy Caprice lovers, Car restorer or Collector. The car is great; however, after many years of trouble-free operation it started having some stall issues.
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Big Boat, Nice Float
By art on 07/22/08 00:36 AM (PDT)

Vehicle

1993 Chevrolet Caprice 4dr Sedan

Review

I have owned this old river barge for nearly a year and love it! I explain it, "as if you were driving the couch". Having put 20k on in 10 months, I have few complaints. All the mileage one could expect, probably more for a 305ci, river barge. I get a consistent 22mpg running my route, (450 miles weekly), & as high as 27 on a road trip.
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1993 Caprice
By Major Nairn on 08/28/04 00:00 AM (PDT)

Vehicle

1993 Chevrolet Caprice 4dr Sedan

Review

I have owned 2 Chevy Caprice's and they are very reliable and a real workhorse of a car. These models are the cars you keep for years and years because they can handle the high miles. For older folkes looking for reliability and safety you can't beat a Caprice. These cars are fast becoming collectors items as Chevrolet made its last Caprice in 1996. These cars are favorites for middle Eastern countries (where fuel prices are not an issue) as cabs and police cars and are bought in lots of 10-20 at a time and shipped to their respective countries.
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want a great value!?!?
By bowtie 666 on 04/19/04 00:00 AM (PDT)

Vehicle

1993 Chevrolet Caprice 4dr Sedan

Review

this is my 11th caprice of varying years, this is the 6th i have owned with the 5.0 (305 cu. inch) i honestly can say that after the late 80's any of the TBI (throttle body injection) cars are still the best as you can work on them in your yard, they get great mileage (mine have averaged 15- 16 city and 24++++ on the road, even as high as the low 30's with a stiff tailwind @ 65 with the cruise set) if GM had half a brain trust they would go back to building these things!
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