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Most Reliable Car I've Ever Owned
by mtnman from Boulder, CO. | December 15, 2009
I have owned several 1992 to 1996 Caprice's over the years and have found them to be excellent cars. Very reliable, good performance, and great gas mileage that is as good as or better than much smaller cars. I have put over 200K miles on my cars with no major repairs. Everybody raves about Toyotas and Hondas but my experience with them has been much worse than with the Caprice.