I honestly don't know who Chevy was
trying to fool. They bring back the
Monte Carlo with only a 6 cylinder and
FWD. This is not the Carlo of old. The
V-6 is lacking in the acceleration
department due to the excessive
curbweight. For an upgraded performance
package the Z34 offers little more than
four-wheel disc brakes. The interior
falls apart easily, while the engine is
a pain to work on. Hiding the battery
under the washer fluid makes it a joke.
The steering is alright although the
turning radius is terrible and handling
is typical American making hard
cornering a pain.
Four-Wheel disc brakes, the fact it was
a gift to me so I didn't actually pay
money for it
LOL, a V-8 RWD, stiffer suspension, an
actual workable engine, better material
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