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Chevrolet El Camino OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
3.7
3 Reviews
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Overall
3.7
Value
3.7
Style
4.0
Performance
3.7
Comfort
3.3
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.7
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jake
jake
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2.0
I'd like it more if it was in better shape.
Well first off I dislike how rusty my vehicle is. Makes working on it a pain in the ass. It also is really under powered for having a v8 engine. 150 Horsepower is not enough. Most of the four cylinder engines today have more horsepower than what I have. The acceleration on it is terrible and so is the gas mileage. The only thing I like about it is the ability to haul things and the paint job. The interior is also pretty nice as well. The ride is also pretty rough but that could be because it needs new shocks. I'm not sure on that.
Jessica
Jessica
Suffolk, Virginia
4.0
El Camino a fun car to drive and work on
I purchased a 1982 El Camino that I restored with a Chevy 350 crate engine and a R-700 transmission. I added Hedman headers, a four-barrel carburetor, a heavy duty radiator and transmission cooler, a 100-amp alternator, custom distribution system with racing wires. I added chrome wheels with copper tires, a floor shifter, new carpet, replaced the speedometer, added a tachometer and bucket seats. I updated the brake system and replaced the rear drums. It took about a year to get everything right with this car, and when she ran, it was a dream to drive. This car was the perfect cruiser, but you had to be careful when getting on the accelerator...the backend would slide and fishtail around because there was very little weight over the rear tires. The car had a squeak on the right rear quarter panel that used to drive me nuts when going over those bumps in the shopping center parking lots. The engine took high octane gasoline to run properly without any pings or knocks within the engine. Any change in the octane rating did require a minor change in the timing that would take about a half hour to complete.
BS
BS
Corvallis, Oregon
5.0
2010 El Camino
I was a little skeptical about purchasing my 2010 Chevy El Camino back in 2010. I'd heard mixed things about it from people online and my friends. However, I really liked the way it looked and the way it felt when I took it on a test drive. Since I've bought it, I've had no regrets about buying it. It's the best car that I've ever owned, and I will probably own an El Camino for the rest of my driving life. I've had it for almost four years and I've yet to have any mechanical issues, or issues in general with it. It's very durable, and it's extremely reliable. I cannot imagine driving anything else at any point in my life.