2002 Chevrolet Camaro User Reviews

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    2002 Chevrolet Camaro Review
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    2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe Review
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    Although It Feels Cheap On The Inside, The Grin You Get When You Accelerate Is Second To None. — Love the fact the 4th gen Camaro has a ton of aftermarket support and it is easy to mod and make tons of horsepower. Hate the fact when you do make tons of horsepower, the interior begins to act like it has severe trauma.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Cheap, Fast, Reliable. Not much more you can ask for when working with a budget!

    Cons: Solid build on the powertrain but the interior still feels cheap due to the overabundance of plastic. Leather material could be better.

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    2002 Chevrolet Camaro Base Coupe Review
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    Sporty! — I love this car. It is so much fun to drive. Low mileage. Red and sporty! It is a very well kept car. Lots of comments on this car when I go out with it. Low mileage. TTops are not an option for these cars anymore.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Sporty!!!!
    Fun to Drive.
    T-Tops
    Black Outs
    American Racing Rims

    Cons: It's a camaro, there are NO CONS.

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    2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe Review
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    Looks Good And Fun To Drive — fun to drive. loud. looks great even for being over a decade old. a performance bang for the buck. T-tops: best invention ever. Great brakes and handling. Gas mileage is decent but not great; typical for a V-8 muscle car

    Pros: great power for a 10 year old car. Faster than many new luxury and performance cars

    Cons: stiff suspension good for performance not the most comfortable

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    2002 Chevrolet Camaro Base Convertible Review
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    This Car Drives And Looks Like A New Car! — I absolutely love this car, I only wish it were a little bigger on the inside! It gets amazing gas mileage. It's an overall excellent vehicle! It's fun to ride around with the top down, enjoying the Summer sun. Words truely can't explain how much this car means to me.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: It drives absolutely wonderful. You think it's low to the ground, so you will feel every little bump. Not the case. Smooth, relaxing, comfortable, fun times!

    Cons: If it were a tiny bit bigger on the inside, I would not have to sell it!

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    Fabulous, Fun, Sharp, And Cool — My 2002 Camaro SS is the last of the true Camaros, not an over sized Ausie Holden G8 or GTO remake. It is a fun car to drive with more than enough power(345 hp) to get you there in a hurry and yet dossal enough to be a grocery getter. I don't have many miles on the car mostly to car shows and sunny Sunday crusing. The only part that isn't factory is the battery. I ordered every factory option except the traction switch and the 6 disc cd player, glad I did. The car still has that leather smell, COOL!!!

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: The 2002 Camaro SS is a classy looking car especially in Pewter.It handles super but the ride isn't that harsh and will stop on a dime. It will get 24 mpg all day long if you keep your right foot under control. The only time this car has been in the shop is for oil changes / inspections.

    Cons: It is too easy to get in trouble (with the local constable) while driving this car. The only complaint is sound of tire slap from stress relief seperations in the road, but the auto volume level on the Monsoon sound system takes care of that.

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    35th Anniversary Ss. — Love the hell out of this car. Only 3,150 of these were every made in North America. Gonna keep her forever if I can. She is wonderful and so pretty! Just needs a few upgrades and she will be perfect! Everything about this car is just amazing. Plus, it is easy to repair anything that needs it.

    Pros: My best Camaro yet.

    Cons: Repair costs.

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    Z28 — I love the 4th generation camaro, the z28 and the SS are in my opnion the best looking muscle cars of that time frame, the LS1 engine is a real powerhouse pushing 310 horse power, hold on it is a car that is fun to drive

    Pros: I love the 4th generation camaro

    Cons: it is basically a two seater

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    The Last Great Muscle Car — I had a 2000 SS SLP Camaro Convertible, traded it in 04 for a C5 corvette. Ive had 2 corvettes since then but always missed my SS, so I finally found one I liked 17,000 miles garage kept mint 2002.

    Pros: drives like a race car, tight steering, fast power, exhaust sound, bilstien optioned so it
    handles as good as my C6 corvette

    Cons: Grandma has hard time in back seat,

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    Love It!!! — I love the car on a nice hot sunny day. Look forward to these spring and summer days ahead. Nothing beats a convertible in the warm weather. Awesome roar plenty of power. Very rare vehicle. Only 3500 made in the US. RED with Black top convertible.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Must see the american dream classic 35th yr anniversary Camaro

    Cons: blind spot when the top is on because of the convertible. But when top down. No problem

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