1995 Chevrolet Camaro Overview


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29 national listings
Base Convertible
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28 national listings
Z28 Convertible
Avg. Price: $7,582

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4.75 stars

Based on 86 reviews

Another Dominant/aggressive Child Comes Home by McCUBBY
 — This 1995 Camaro is way kewl. It comes with a 3.4 SFI engine. From what I read and what the tech sheet says, it has 207 horsepower & some large ft. of torque. You barely touch the pedal & away you go.... Read More
It Rocks. Just Get In One. You Won't Get Out Again. by Courtney
 — Performance-well... it does a 13.77sec quarter mile with my bad reaction time... i'd say it rocks. braking is currently not so good because it needs new brakes. Handling is typical of a muscle car ... Read More
My Camaro by Aaron
 — Honestly for a car thats over 10 years old and in the past couple years hasn't had the best upkeep, this car has been worth it. At the time it was bought, I got it for 1000$ less than blue book value... Read More

1995 Chevrolet Camaro Overview

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Based on 86 reviews

1995 Chevrolet Camaro

The Camaro continues to impress aficionados and potential consumers alike with its exciting ride and powerful engine (base engine is a 3.4-liter 160-hp V6 and the Z28 brings a 5.7-liter 275-hp LT1 V8 with six speeds).  The 1995 model is very similar to the 1994, having only introduced three new colors and some interior changes for all models and new wheels on the Z28.

The rear wheel drive and low suspension make for a road-hugging ride that may feel a little slippery in winter weather.  Otherwise, Camaro brings its standard promises: an exciting though noisy ride for the driver and front-seat package, with a cramped ride for anyone who dare try to fit in the back seat.


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Chevrolet Camaro Questions

Max Martini

My 1995 Camaro Is Having Ignition Issues I Replaced Spark Plugs With Ngk V ...

Either my cylinders aren't firing or my coils are bad

5 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)

Lt1 Swap On Camarobno Spark Help.

I'm not getting spark at all got power on one side plug in on coil but not the other plug side I assume one wire is tach. I changed the pcm New distributor plugs and wires. Did I need to change a...

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Marc Calbert

95 Camaro Won't Shift

7 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 months ago)

94 Lt1 V8 Swap On My Camaro Won't Start And I Have Went Over Everything. An...

I have a new opti New plugs new wires but not sure if the computer under the dash needed changed slipped,my mind

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Will Nevins

How To Swap A 95 Camaro V6 For A Lt1

id like to swap my 3.4 v6 to a 5.7 lt1...how do i do that

2,060 views with 8 answers (last answer 2 months ago)