I have literally owned this car for about 6 hours and there is nothing more that I would like to do than drop a 6 speed and a twin turbo set up on it. This car is a beast. Very comfortable. The power goes to the correct wheels. It's got brakes. It's brilliant. I love it.
Born 1995 Died 2011...not too bad considering the mileage was in the upper 100s. Biggest problem was electrical and tuneups,there were oil leaks but what killed it was actually the transmission gears went from trying to maneuver around in the snow up here. Not good in snow either btw,that wheel drive was not cut out for it.
The way they designed tuneups was atrocious! Have to remove water pump to do tuneups,which made it time and money intensive.
I had a 93, liked it; then I bought a 95 and I love it! I bought both cars from a city auction. Both are police cars, and the 95 is a 9C1 package. Its 2010 and I still think this 95 caprice looks sexy. It is fun to drive, and lots of power. Most of all, it is an American classic. It plays a huge part in our automobile culture.
Power, and fun to drive. Built quality is amazing. Sits comfortably for five 6 ft tall people.
Road noise. LT1 engine heating fluctuates. Three common interior damages are: Arm rest/handle. Power window/window rail. Digital dash board.
Hi, I love this car, I pay $500 from my work place (was a trade for a new 2008 Lucerne), it had only 65400 miles an old man. I never hade any problems. I have the small V8 4.3 l. I use only Castrol Synthetic and Exxon regular in all my cars, I go about 360/390 miles every 2 weeks with a full tank! Now the only thing is the digital speed, goes on and off once in a while. It is a great vehicle.
The performance and the style, the comfort and the handling
Too bad the interior must be armor alled not to dry out .