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A good car for the money and very good on gas
Pros: the ride is great. gas milage is way higher than dealer stated. actual milage from Fort Wayne In. to Roswell NM, 36 mpg.
Cons: the brakes and door jam paint.My only complaints are the rear break rotors rusted really fast. I had them replaced 3 times with only 38,000 on it. all the jams look like they were painted by a child! no shine at all, and i can see the primer coat thru the very small amount ov clear. But it sure looks great after I striped SS style.
Pros: Sun roof
Cons: Two doorsDrives good and handles good
Pros: power,looks, gas milege
Cons: love carIt is a great car I love to drive it Alot of power
Cons: front wheel driveNot enough power for a Monte Carlo
Pros: Satilite radio
Cons: Cabin is very noisy at highway speeds with road noise / needs better insulatioVery hard to get anything in or out of rear seat
Pros: It actually fits me!!!!
Cons: Cupholder at the front is really annoyingly shallow. Spill more drinks that way!
Advice: Buy one!To the guy who said there's not a lot of head/leg room in this car, this is the only 'car' made in 2004 besides an Impala, Cadillac, or a Corvette that I could actually fit in without my knees hitting the steering wheel. Even people sitting behind me are comfortable with their leg room. Having a 38' inseam and being a girl at 6'1' with big feet, it's hard to find things I can fit into that aren't too boyish or frumpy. I really enjoy my car more and more every single day. It's too bad GM is getting rid of this body style to make room for the Camero. They will be too pricey for me. Guess I will be driving this Monte for long time. I really needed something that was sporty, economical, yet big and roomy for my long commutes. This car does it all in style, and I regualarly get 31mpg on the highway.