I bought a 1993 9C1 caprice in 2001 and I loved it. I bought a 1995 Caprice with 110k and it has more HP, and is much more fun to drive. I had to replace the AC pump since it was out when I bought it, but it wasn’t hard to do. Any Caprice from 1991-1996 are good solid cars. They are easy to fix, parts are reasonable. The car is comfortable, reliable, and is real safe to drive. The only bad thing is MPG, interior, and it's a big car. I had 3 Hondas and 3 Chevys, but the Caprice is the one I love!
Powerful LT1 engine. Hugs the road and is real fun to drive. Comfortable, Reliable and good AC. Easy to repair, and parts are not too expensive.
Interior parts are kind of easy to break. Digital instrument panel has issues. MPG! I only get 20MPG.
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