All Camaro models are designed to seat four (2 front, 2 rear). Air conditioning, and a console consisting of front and rear cup holders, cd... Read More
All Camaro models are designed to seat four (2 front, 2 rear). Air conditioning, and a console consisting of front and rear cup holders, cd storage and an auxilary power oulet come standard on all models. Standard on convertible models and available as options on the coupe models are cruise control, leather wrapped steering wheel, power windows, power locks and electric rear-window defrost. AM/FM stereo with in-dash CD player and extended-range speakers are standard on V6-powered coupes while a Monsoon AM/FM Premium Sound System with in-dash CD player is standard on V6-equipped convertibles and all Z28 models. Minimize
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Nov 7, 2006
Great Power & Handling, Good Economy, Comfort, Stylish
Pros: Great power and cornering ability, reliable, comfortable, beautiful
Cons: Some maintenance is difficult, large turning radius, stereo is weak.
Great vehicle for the driving enthusiast, fun on long trips, reliable. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 29, 2002
"If you had access to a car like this, would you take it right back?"
Pros: Power, power and more power, great handling, good fuel economy
Cons: Dated interior, this is your last chance to get one new
Do us all a favor and just read the review. Read More at Epinions.com
May 16, 2005
An amazing car
Pros: powerful, fast, beautiful design, great gas mileage, surprisingly great headroom front&backseats and I'm 6'
Cons: bad rear visibility, "normal" car owners have trouble getting in
If you have a garage/good parking area, don't sit straight up, and like low-slung cars, get a Camaro. It's a great car if you are used to it. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 2, 2002
2002 Swan Song
Pros: A new standard in performance value.
Cons: Can't think of one....
There's nothing like V8 rear-wheel-drive performance. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 30, 2002
Beefing up Camaro
Pros: Able to be beefed up easy. Decent Stock Horsepower.
Cons: No engine room but ways around it
Its a superfast machine. If your lucky to drive one, Enjoy it. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 25, 2002
2002 Camaro SS- No B.S., American as Baseball sports car
Pros: Remarkable "Bang for the Buck" value, user-friendly horsepower, agressive exterior appearance, handling, acceleration.
Cons: Not very practical, but if you were looking for practicality, you wouldn't be reading this.
My final recommendation on the '02 Camaro SS would be...why are you still reading this?! You should be out trying to find one for sale! Good luck. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 14, 2002
Pros: Sleek, Handling is very tight, fast
Cons: NO back-seat to speak of.
All in all this is a sound buy for the Camaro lover. This is the last year of production of all. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 2, 2002
last if the rock &roll cars
Pros: looks handling power an American classic in the making
Cons: little on the fast side (Z28)
get on wile you can...it will make you feel young again Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 7, 2003
the last great, affordable sports car
Pros: best bargain for horsepower, handling and performance, smoke any mustang
Cons: discontinued, manufacturer "defect" in stick shift expensive insurance
Get one while you still can and don't hesitate. How many people can actually say they enjoy their daily commute? Driving this car is the highlight of my day! Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 29, 2004
02 Camaro SS owner
Pros: push the right pedal, come off the clutch and watch the speedometer climb to 60mph
Cons: Interior,cheap plastic in trunk area,no room in b/s,cop's eye candy,1st-4th skip shift Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 15, 2005
POWER and Mileage....WOW, what a car!!
Pros: The Great's, Power, mileage, seats, transmission, Monsoon Stereo.
Cons: Little. Brakes wearing faster than liked. Window distortions. Read More at Epinions.com