"First thing is that the 1994 Chevrolet Camaro has a great sporty design. The interior is not cluttered at all which is something that's very important to me when buying a vehicle. But the bad thing is that the engine isn't that powerful. Atleast compared to the older generation Camaro. Also, the seats weren't that comfortable but I solved that problems by getting my owns custom seats put in. I suggest you do the same if your budget allows you to. I also changed out the tires even though the ones I had wasn't that bad, It rains alot out here and I wanted new tires just incase. That being said, the car does indeed have great handling and acceleration."
- O. Pittman, Texas - Model Year: 1994 Camaro Coupe
I never knew how amazing a single car could be (unless you spent a grip on it) until I purchased my 1994 Chevrolet Camaro. The torque is on another level entirely from other cars and you can actually eel it once you drive out of a corner. This car is very responsive and you can really tell especially when your foot hits the gas. Speaking of gas though, this model actually gets nearly 27 mpg on the highway so that's great. The interior has too much plastic but so does most cars from the nineties."
- J. Logan, Colorado - Model Year: 1994 Camaro Coupe
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