99 Z/28 cavalier vs 1997nissan maxima se auto

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Asked by Jul 21, 2009 at 05:23 PM about the 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier Z24 Coupe FWD

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which would win i just got my z/28

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First off there is no such car... You either have a Cavalier Z24 or a Camaro Z28.

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Funnily harsh dan ! But true...

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sorry i wrote this while i was trying to to find a camaro, its a z/24

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Tha Maxima has a heavy advantage in power. 190hp and 205 ft lbs compared to the Cavalier's 150hp and 155 ft lbs. You get the advantage with a 2620 curb weight, the Maxima weighs in at 370 lbs more, definately not enough to make up for the power difference. But The fact that you are sporting a manual transmission helps drastically against the often problematic Nissan. It could go either way.

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