With a history that dates back to 1967, Chevrolets rear-wheel-drive muscle car is finally facing the end of the line. The 2002 model year is the last one for both the Camaro and the related Pontiac Firebird. Camaro sales have been on a downhill slide since 1994; they were up a bit in 2000 ... Read Full Report
The Chevrolet Camaro is a 35-year-old teenager born and reared on the wrong side of the tracks. It's going to die that way. It goes out of production at the end of the 2002 model year. The same fate awaits the Camaro's practically identical twin, the Pontiac Firebird. Ditto the offspring of those two moribund muscle cars -- including this week's test car, the completely doo... Read full review for the 2002 Chevrolet Camaro
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I recently traded a 1994 Z-28 on a 2002 V-6 with very low miles and the Y87 package, which includes tight turning and steering ratio, lowered final drive ratio (meaning higher numbers, but that is "lo... Read Full Review
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