2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
There are 9 user reviews for the LT trim shown below
- Interior comfort, gas milage, trunk space
- Have to grab the rear spoiler to close the trunk lid.
This is a really good car. It looks good (in my opinion), is roomy and comftorable inside, gets good gas milage, and is loaded with great options (such as Onstar, XM radio, traction control, remote keyless entry, power sunroof, anti-lock brakes, and big comftorable heated leather seats). I don't think you can compare this to Japanese cars, because their cars aren't this roomy inside. They may be cheaper (in some cases) but I don't think your getting the same class of car. For the price, this fully loaded Monte Carlo LT was a great buy. After the $4500 rebate, I got this Monte Carlo with every option available for $24,900. I would recommend getting the sport appearance package that gives you good wheels and a nascar style rear spoiler. If you have concerns with reliability, the 3800 V-6 is a tried and true engine that will generally last 200,000 miles. I know; the 1999 Gran Prix (with the same engine) I traded in had over 100,000 miles on it and ran perfect. I don't think there are a lot of cars out there that offer the options, safety features, comfort, and performance for the price. Before you buy a foreign car, look at an American product.
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