of the 2002 Chevrolet Camaro. Base trim shown.
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 ... Read more
At last it's time to bid the Camaro adieu, a vehicle on and off life support so many times you can spot the IV marks along the body sides if you look closely. But, as happens ... Read more
Orlando Sentinel's view
Two immediate thoughts after a week with a 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 convertible, with the SS package, and the 35th anniversary trim.Thought one: $37,460 for a Camaro?Thought two: ... Read more
Very fun and reliable car.
At first, people told me to be careful because the visibility with these cars supposedly is poor. I test drove mine, parked a few different ways, etc and I had no trouble seeing out of the car. Mine ... Read full review
A fun car, but too many problems
I own the V6 base model, so a Z28 will be a different experience. I drive harder than 99% of the people as well. I had all the stupid problems you could imagine, that are also common; VAT failure, bad ... Read full review