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9 Chevrolet Monte Carlo results

2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Roberto
Roberto
Depew, New York
5.0
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Consider it a 2007 Impala LT with two doors and sleeker styling. It's basically the same car! Very comfortable with its wide interior and vast stretch-out space up front. Even the rear seat is roomy once you access it. The 3.5-liter V6 gives a nice power and economy combination. I regularly get 20-23 MPG city and 30-32 MPH highway on 87-octane gas and still have plenty of power for safe passing and merging. Blissfully smooth ride with its long wheelbase. Quiet on the move. Very roomy trunk. Handles well enough but just a little too big to be called nimble. OnStar brings great safety-related peace of mind. Climate controls heat and cool quickly and effectively. Long GM powertrain warranty!
JMR
JMR
Marty, South Dakota
5.0
It's popular for a reason
My Chevy Monte Carlo has been my vehicle of chose for the past six years. It is a stylish car that has given me few issues. The only major issues that I encountered with this vehicle was a recall in regards to the ignition system and a bend in the tire axle that lead to uneven wearing on the rear tires. I believe the bend may have been due to a unfortunate driving accident and not directly due to how it was manufactured. My average highway gas mileage is usually between 29 to 31 mpg and my average city gas mileage is usually between 25 to 27 mpg.