2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

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LS
Avg. Price: $6,752
LT
LT 3.5L
Avg. Price: $6,249
LT 3.9L
Avg. Price: $6,750
LTZ
Avg. Price: $7,537
SS
Avg. Price: $9,882

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4.75 stars

Based on 15 reviews

Best Car I Ever Bought For The Money. by 7474willie
 — I purchased the car used at a Mercury dealer with only 6,000 miles. The car is flawless and performed beyond my expectations. I average 21 mpg city. Haven't traveled on any long trips so highway milea... Read More
This Is My Baby And There Are Few Cars That I Would Take Over Her. by Garrett
 — Got this Monte in August of '06 with 16/17k miles on it. Now sitting at about 48k miles. I've only put about $900 into her. Had exhaust work done in July of '07, installed two 12" Kenwoods in t... Read More
Most Pep I've Had In A Vehicle Since The Early Seventies. by jscheppard
 — Great combination of comfort, style and performance. I've taken it on a few long drives (300-500 miles each) and never feel fatigued. Whenever I need to pass - no problem! Good sound system. Good ... Read More

2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

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2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

The 2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is the first of the seventh generation of this car. Some do not believe that it deserves to start off a new generation, as restyling seems relatively minor to earn such a title.

A new line of engines comes in this new generation. The standard is a 3.5-liter LZE V6 rated at 211 horsepower with 220 torque. The 3.9-liter LZ9 rated at 240 horses comes next, topped off with the 5.3-liter LS4 V8, rated at 303 horsepower and 323 torque.

A new instrument panel and pit-like feel greet the driver, as do more comfortable seats. Many drivers of this vehicle love the peppiness of the engine, especially in the high-end SS. There were some complaints about the shakiness of the base model.

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Can you put a 99 front end on a 2006 Monte Carlo

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Kamilah
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How Do You Find Out What Kind Of Abs Brake System Do You Have?

I have an '06 Monte Carlo with a 3.5l engine and I need to get the front wheel bearing changed, how do I find out what kind of abs system I have?

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James Bohon
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I Have A 2006 Monte Carlo, The Headlight On The Driver Side Is Working Fine...

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Trevor Robertson II
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Does A 350 Motor Fit In A 2006 Monte Carlo Ss

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Kcboy1123
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No Movement When Transmission Is Shift To Drive And Third 1st 2nd And Rever...

It doesnt go but when i jack it up it will go in drive and third the wheels will spin but dont on the floor someone look at the tranny they said they think its good they dont think its that this i...

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