2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo consumer reviews

$21,665 starting MSRP
side view of 2004 Monte Carlo Chevrolet
98% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.5
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.5
  • Exterior styling 4.6
  • Reliability 4.5
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best FWD car ever made and most reliable gm motor

By far the best and most reliable sports car ever made. and the most economically viable. Sure its not a RWD Corvette but its an awesome 2 door vehicle thats loaded with options and has the indestructible 3.8L GM motor under the hood. And if thats not enough it gets 30mpg +++ and even more on the open road. How do you beat that ??



It has a six cylinder - supercharged engine, had 44000 miles on it , and lcar was in absoultely perfect condition - mint condition. Dale Earnhardt special design on car and in car. People look at car in wonder. Grandson and his friends love it.


Nice, Quick, Reliable, Smooth Car

I got My 2004 Monte Carlo LS at a dealership with 48,000 miles on it. I love driving it. My favorite things about the car would be the speakers, comfortable automatic seats, quick acceleration, and is very smooth. But after i got it a had to replace the front bearings, the cruise control module and the drivers side automatic mirror. I'm just glad it was still under the 3 month warranty. Everything was fixed for free. Great car. I love it.


04 monte carlo ss

great car...ride is stiff...compared to a buick.also problems with hesitation and trac control system. other then that its cool....not great on gas...have to run hi test cause it has a supercharger.its 1107 out of 2883 made.i do car shows with it....love the moon roof.... and wheels.....17 inch goodyears are not cheap///


Mileage don't matter

I bought a 2004 Monte Carlo in late 2005, with 24k on it, it now has 140k on it with no problems. Its been a great car and will last me 200k easy.


Excellent car

I have the 2004 Monte Carlo LS with winners circle package and I drive a lot. This car is not only sharp looking, it handles great, rides smooth, and gets great gas mileage. Oh, and the sound system is great too. I have put over 200k miles on it and no real repairs. Just tires about every 75k, changed the battery and just had the brakes done recently. This is by far the best vehicle I've ever owned. I am sad they stopped making them. It's time to hand this one down to the kids so I guess I'll look at Impalas now


Sharpest Car I've ever owned

I have had my MC for a little over 2 years, same color as this one. I had the checkered flag graphics put on it in white and I sure do stand out around the others in my area. Easy to find in a parking lot full of cars. I have been overall happy with my MC and would definitely recommend this car.


04 Monte Carlo one of Chevy's most underated

not as stylish as the impala but a true chevy classic and probably one of the more overlooked values for your money.


2004 Monte Carlo

I bought this vehicle for highway use, needing a larger vehicle than my previous Pontiac Grand Am. My Monte Carlo has lived up to expectations. The mileage is awsome. Good handling, great XM radio, and locally produced 3800 V-6 engine. Power is good, considering vehicle size & frugal fuel usage. Well built, with good fit and finish. Some issues with power sunroof...chatters when opening. Local dealer is on third attempt to fix. Roomy trunk. Cover on Onstar module in trunk comes off easily. Onstar isn't a big deal. Overall, a good value and a rewarding experience.


C. Williams

I love this car! I originally bought it for my wife to use but find that I can't stay away from it. The oomph at acceleration is tremendous and I find myself wanting to be leader of the pack on the freeway. I am a big guy and the comfort on a long trip is excellent. I feel like a teenager again when I'm in this car. The other thing about it is there is not another body style which matches it, I know it is suppose to look like the Impala but to me it doesn't, it has it's own unique style. I can't see paying good money for a car when it looks like everyone else's.