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4.65 stars

Based on 19 reviews

1 Of The Best Cars I've Ever Owned For An Every Day Driver by Ross
 — Bought the car in Nov 2000, added ground effects in feb 01 and just customized it a little bit here and there. Paid off 2 years early and took it off the road and purchased a 97 Cadillac Eldorado ... Read More
Great Car!!! by Jeremy
 — This is a great car if your not looking for a really fast car. It has a great ride, very quiet, yet still can get up and go. These cars are built very well. I have had mine a year and the only mone... Read More
Gorgeous by wingsofadove1976
 — I do not dislike anything about these cars. I also own a 1974 version.They ride nice, look sharp and handle wonderful. My last one was even good in the snow. We have a family of 5 and even being only ... Read More

2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

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2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

The turn of the century brought a complete restyling to the 2000 Monte Carlo.  Chevy seemed to miss its classic Monte Carlos, and the 2000 model featured ample "retro" styling.  The vertical taillights returned, as did a stylized rear bumper and wheel flares.

Gone for 2000 was the Z34, and it was replaced by the return of the SS.  The LS remained the base trim, though its engine got a bit of a boost; the 3.4-liter, 180-horsepower V6 had 20 horses more than the 1999 Monte.  The standard engine for the SS was the 3.8-liter, 200-horsepower V6 formerly found in the Z34.

Drivers love the styling of the vehicle, especially the soft leather seats, yet there have been some maintenance issues, including clunking steering wheels and engine trouble.

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Francine Stover
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My Ignition Switch Is Staying In The On Position Its Not On The Steering Co...

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Will a 1999-2003 Buick v6 supercharger work in a MonteCarlo?

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I Have A 2000 Chevy Monte Carlo That Surges At Idle In Any Gear. Has New Id...

Does have irradiate idle code for check engine light on

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I Have A New Battery Alternator And A New Starter I Even Turn My Engine By ...

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Hello, I Recently Put 50/50 Preston All Makes All Models Coolant In My Mont...

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