1997 Chevrolet Camaro Consumer Review: Best Car in Town

1997 Chevrolet Camaro - Consumer Review

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Base Coupe (3.8L V6 5-speed Manual)

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1997 Chevrolet Camaro 2dr Coupe


This is the second of two Camaros I
have had the pleasure of owning. The
first was a Z28 (with the LT1), this a
standard coupe (with the L36 V6). Both
are a pleasure to drive. The L36 is
surprisingly powerful even at the
factory rated 200hp at the flywheel and
3.08 rear. Both cars have the 4L60E 4
speed automatic trannine, that has near
perfect shift, especially at WOT. The
L36 car has the increased benefit of
bieng more inexpensive to maintain and
insure, and still is a head turner at
the car show and at the track. Both
cars have plenty of aftermarket and
custom performace products that they
can share with the obvious exception
being the motor.

Best Features

The cars look great, are comfortable, and are fun to drive.

Worst Features

Since GM nolonger produces the F-Body (The Chevrolet Camaro and its sibling the Pontiac Firebird/TransAm) these cars are considered muscle-car collectables to enthusist regardless of age and condition, reccomend high level of care and maintaince.
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