1998 Chevrolet Camaro Consumer Review: The Last American Sports Car

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The Last American Sports Car
By C. LaBianco on


1998 Chevrolet Camaro 2dr Coupe


Amid a host Italian and New Jersey
jokes I bought by 98 camaro as a step
up from my 93 Eagle Talon. 106,00
miles and 4 1/2 years later and I can
only sing the praises of this vehicle.
The styling is fantastic and GM did it
without a bunch of plastic glued to the
doors. The v6 200 horse engine has
more power than most cars on the road
today - and while it won't compare off
the line to it's bigger engined
brothers the Z28 and SS it can easily
handle speeds of 80 and higher on the
highway and still get 30+ miles to the
gallon. This car hugs corners like
nothing I've ever driven. I opted for
the v6 200 horse only because of
insurance costs.

Best Features

The car is a big arrogant American muscle car that can fit any lifestyle. Fold down rear seat, t-tops, nice sterio, big engine, chrome wheels - The car rocks, a real head turner, I challenge any body to find a better sports car value.

Worst Features

I blew a power window motor and wore a hole a floor mat - but other than that no problems.
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