Chevrolet redesigns its Monte Carlo coupe for 2000, giving it new styling and larger dimensions that move it up to the full-size class. The previous generation Monte Carlo was a two-door version of the Lumina midsize sedan. The new one is a two-door companion to the full-size Impala sedan with i... Read Full Report
UPON ITS 30TH ANNIVERSARY, MONTE CARLO LOOKS ITS BEST I am Dale Earnhardt. I've got the throaty burble of the Chevrolet push-rod engine rising from twin exhausts behind me and a clean view over a hood that slopes cleanly away before me. But my 2000 Monte Carlo SS is caught in the pack. I look for an opening and ease into it, throttle up and make my move. The Boston skyline disappears in m... Read full review for the 2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
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I have owned my SS for 4 years now, bought it used in '02 w/40k miles, and have not had any major problems or complaints with the car. The only mechanical problems were: both power window motors repla... Read Full Review
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