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Average User Score
4.7 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 15 reviews
2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 15 reviews
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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Chevrolet Monte Carlo Questions
Just wondering what the Top Speed of a 2006 Monte Carlo LTZ w/3.9 is?
Making Sharp Right Turn My Traction Control Kicks On
I just replaced the entire Powersteering system and got all the wheels aligned. I noticed it right after I did that, it was fine before. Before the engine is up to temp (most of the time), when I...
Power Steering Pump Bubbles And Whines After Replacing Entire Steering Syst...
The reason I replaced the system is because it leaked substantially bad, (I had to fill it up everyday before driving) and it kept bubbling and whining like crazy. I replace the rack & pinion, b...
2006 Chevy Monte Carlo V6s
i keep getting a check engine light saying tighting gas cap and i have ( a couple times) however the light just wont go away i re set it stays off a couple days then back on. i ran code on it say ai...
My Remote Lock/unlock & Trunk Opener Aren't Working. Is There A Battery To ...
Seems like when I get within five feet of the vehicle it still works - but not without pressing the button multiple times. There is no screw or any other obvious way to open up the remote.