Bought w/ 30K miles 7 years ago. 100K
miles now. A blast to drive. From 3K
on the tach, feels like a V8.
Curvy roads are fun. Rearward
visibility is poor. No electrical
The tranny just blew. Repair costs are
$2700. "Bye Bye Z34"
An oil seal cost $1K to fix. The
intake leaked and a computer chip went
bad - about $1K. Hidden rust cost
several hundred dollars. Timing BELTS
must be replaced every 50K miles.
Alternator went out.
No leaks, but needs half a quart of
oil a month. Turning radius is poor.
Possibly the most fun I've had in a
car. Would not buy another one and I'm
a bit leery of Chevy now after 20
years of loyalty.
210 horsepower - not enough, but darn
nearly so! Mostly reliable. Roomier
than the Camaro.
Reliability/Quality overall. A tranny
that lasts 200K miles. Timing chain
instead of belt. Easier/cheaper to
maintain. Tighter turning radius. More
power (New Monte Carlos get a
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