The Chevy Monte Carlo was by far the
most comfortable, quietest and
best handling car of the cars I tested.
The interior is well equiped, (it could
use another cup holder and a place for
sun glasses) the leather supple, the
instrument cluster easy to see. The
steering is tight and has a well
defined feeling to it. The ride is
quieter than the Toyota. Acceleration
is a bit on the slow side from zero to
sixty. The transaxle shifts very
smoothly; the ride is soft not spongy.
Rear headroom is limited to those over
six-feet tall. The fold down rear
seating is a nice feature. Of the used
cars I have owned this is the best.
Four wheel disc brakes, sixteen inch
alloy wheels, leather seating, 3.4 V-
More rear headroom, additional
cupholders, a place for sunglasses.
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