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23 Chevrolet Camaro results

1999 Chevrolet Camaro OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Suzi
Suzi
Asheville, North Carolina
5.0
Great Car
There are only a few things that I don't like about this car. Firstly, the air conditioning stopped working. Secondly, the alternator has had to be changed numerous times. Thirdly, the turning radius is not as tight as I would expect from a sports car. And fourth, I don't like that if the battery dies you have to reprogram the radio before you can use it again because it locks you out. The car handles great, especially at higher speeds. I love the T-tops and radio. For a sports car, it's pretty comfortable to ride in for longer periods of time. Although it has a very small trunk, the backseat folds down for more room. Even though this has bucket in the back and is on the smaller side, by taking off the T-tops, I've been able to load a dining room table in it. Everyone is shocked by that. I do like that it has a glove box and center compartment. The center compartment has built in storage for CD's and change. The "trunk" has built in storage for the T-tops and their covers. A big plus is how easy it is to get the T-top on and off by yourself. I've had a corvette with a glass top and it took two people to remove it.
Megan
Megan
Leesburg, Virginia
5.0
Reliable, spacious and economical
The first thing that I really loved about my Honda CRV was the size of the windows. My vehicle is very airy and spacious and I have great visibility throughout the whole vehicle, which makes it fun as well as safe to drive. The vehicle was not in the shop very often, and I have put over 170,000 miles on it so far. It has been in the shop for extensive repairing three times in the four years that I have had it, and the repairs were very expensive. I had to replace the fan belt, the radiator, and a few other very important things. But other than those few major problems it has just needed basic maintenance. My car's seats are not quite as comfortable as I would like, they are a bit too hard. The car does not do well at all with acceleration or with inclines, compared to other cars on the road and I sometimes feel embarrassed that so many cars have to pass me. Other times, on flat terrain, if I am not paying attention it is very easy for my car to approach 90 mph, so I must be very careful. Sometimes if it approaches speeds that high the car "seizes" and shakes a bit as it drives (usually upwards of 65 mph). Currently, I have several electrical wiring issues in the car - only the driver's side window is can be opened and the radio frequently cuts out. Additionally, my brake maintenance light always comes on randomly even though my trusted car mechanic insists that there is nothing wrong whatsoever with the brakes. We both speculate that the brake maintenance light tends to get stuck somehow. Despite these issues, I am still attached to my car as it's been the most reliable in my family so far.