1996 Chevrolet Caprice Consumer Review: End of the Big Rear Wheel Driv

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End of the Big Rear Wheel Drive Cars
By mrleibel on


1996 Chevrolet Caprice 4dr Sedan


I bought this car second hand from an older couple. I put limited miles on it as I store the vehicle during the winters. I have the LT1 which is an awesome motor for power, towing, and economy. I can easily average 26 mpg. When pulling my 2100lb camper, I average 17 mpg cruising at 70mph; hard to beat that with an SUV. The ride is quiet and smooth; the leather seats are comfortable for long rides and I really enjoy the simple dashboard layout. The trunk size is great as well. I have never had a space shortage problem. Overall, the Caprice is quite the car; its very versitile and a wolf in a sheep's skin.

Best Features

LT1, Posi-traction, ride comfort, dependability, and towing capacity.

Worst Features

Bring the rear-wheel drive Caprice back to the States!!!
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