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Used Chevrolet Ratings

Getting firsthand information from an actual car owner is one sure way to get an idea of car performance once it leaves the lot. Autobytel features real consumer reviews that give the unbiased experience of a car.

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    2/9/2002 7:38:22 PM

    2002 Chevrolet Camaro - Z28 Coupe

    Pros: High performance combined with excellent fuel economy.

    Cons: Being a 2 door they are sometimes a bit awkward.

    Advice: Shop the internet to find what you truly want.

    My 2001 Z-28 coupe is a great auto. I shopped all over the southwest for a low content vehicle, so it took a while to find what I wanted. The manual shift trans (a no-cost option to the automatic) nets a 3.42 rear axle instead of a 2.73. I'm getting 19.5 mpg in town and 6 gears (top 2 are overdriven) is great for hiway use. GM has a great websight to assist an individual in locating cars nationwide. My experience was very positive.

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    2/6/2002 6:58:21 AM

    2002 Chevrolet Camaro - Z28 Coupe

    Pros: Looks, Power and Road Control

    Cons: Forced into 4th gear from 1st.

    Advice: Shop around or order yours ASAP. There going fast...

    I am the new owner of a 2002 SS SLP, red/ebony, 6sp Hurst, 345hp plus. It's a hot car. My only two problems are: founding a comfortable sitting position (for the clutch) and the 'shift kill' is a real pain. But there is a quick fix for that for $25 bucks. Great car for the money!

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    2/5/2002 3:32:59 PM

    2002 Chevrolet Camaro - Base Coupe

    Pros: handling

    Cons: none

    Advice: buy it

    shop around first. You can buy a 2002 camaro coupe that's a fatory demo with all the opt's .for around $17,000-$18,000.I bought my 2002 camaro for $17,000 with 2600 miles.It has leather int.,T-tops,am-fm-cd,6 way power seat and the sport package.

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    2/4/2002 1:37:09 PM

    2002 Chevrolet Camaro - Z28 Coupe

    Pros: Power

    Cons: Nothing

    Advice: Buy It!!!

    Friggin' Amazing!!! 35th Anniversary is the best. Best Mustang/Ricer Killer. Be American and Buy American!!!

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    1/28/2002 5:36:47 AM

    2002 Chevrolet Blazer - 4x2 4dr

    Pros: The ride and cruse control

    Cons: nothing. I have found nothing I do not like.

    Advice: Find a dealership that puts the customer first

    This vehicle handles surprizingly well for an SUV. I drove my daughters 98 model on an 800 miles round trip and fell in love with it's ride. I purchased a 2002 and my wife fell in love with it. Prior to this, we owned a Saturn SL2. This vehicle rides like a Cadalac and the 4.3 V6 engine is known for its reliability if maintain properly.

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    1/27/2002 10:05:40 PM

    2002 Chevrolet S-10 - LS 4x2 Extended Cab

    Pros: 3rd door

    Cons: reliability

    Advice: run as fast as you can for the exit - do not uy

    my gmc sonoma with 4 cylinder engine which is the corporate twin to the s-10 was horrible. in less than 70,000 miles it had blew 2 head gaskets, the transmission went out, it went thru 3 u-joints, the alternator died, the 5-year extended coolant was rusty and need of a change in less than 2 years, and it broke a timing chain that incurred over $1200 in damage

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    1/26/2002 1:29:00 PM

    2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer - LTZ 4x4

    Pros: The memory settings

    Cons: not having a cassett recorder as standard with a CD.

    Advice: LTZ has a lot of nice features that are standard, but this makes the LTZ more expensive

    Owning another Blazer (2000) allows me to make comparsions daily. I must say there is no comparsion. The 2002 Trailblazer has more car like features and handling and really does not feel like you are driving a truck. The only negative I could come up with was the pricing is higher then I first expected. Since this was a replacement for the Blazer the increase should have been lower. I would suggest GM review the pricing on the Trailblazer and reduce the MSRP for and LTZ to about $32,000. Then as you add some of the features like moon roof and Limited slip you would have a MSRP of about $34,000 and not the $36,000 Plus these come in at.