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Chevrolet Monte Carlo

2001 Chevrolet Monte Review

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Reviewed by Automotive on 8/2/2001

The Chevrolet Monte Carlo is a coupe manufactured by General for more than five The current version is in its sixth which began after a restyling overhaul in 2000.


Body Styles: coupe

3.4-liter V-6, 3.8-liter V-6



The 2001 Chevrolet Carlo uses the same platform as the Impala, but it differentiates from its sedan sibling its unique exterior design, a sloping, long hood, grille and headlights, and character on the front fenders and rear The vertical taillights are a throwback to the Carlo of the 1960s and 1970s, and so is the lettering on the badges of the vehicle. All have 16-inch wheels, the SS gets cast aluminum a rear spoiler, fog lamps, and a suspension.


Chevrolet Monte Carlo

Insides, the 2001 Chevrolet Carlo is designed with a level of comfort and harmony the driver and the car in mind. Seat and control placement have been carefully taken consideration. The instrument gauges and are very well-designed, and all the controls are to use and handle.

Individual temperature for the front passenger and driver are as an option on the LS and standard on the SS. All Monte models come with seats in the front and have a capacity. Although a coupe, the of the Monte Carlo is equal to of normal midsize sedans, so it as no surprise that space is for everyone inside.

The front bucket seats can support even large although the thick rear pillars reduce visibility to an The quality of cabin materials is too.

The rear seats ample legroom for average-sized but headroom can be a bit of a problem with the sunroof installed. Entry and is a little difficult too, but at the rear is better than in other competing coupes the Dodge Stratus and Toyota

Performance Handling

The 2001 Monte Carlo is available two engines. The base model has a V-6 engine under the hood delivers 180 horsepower. The higher-end has a 3.8-liter, V-6 engine which 200 horsepower. Both engines are from the Chevrolet Impala and are to a four-speed automatic transmission.

the same engines and many components found in the Impala, it as no surprise that driving the Chevrolet Monte Carlo almost like driving its sibling. Comparisons aside, the V-6 engines offer adequate for most purposes thanks to the automatic transmission. The bigger V-6 offers more power, the difference is not noticeably high.

Thanks to its four-wheel independent strut suspension, the 2001 Monte Carlo has a stable and ride quality, even on roads. When combined the front and rear stabilizer and Goodyear performance tires, the Carlo offers balance and handling capabilities. The coupe very well around corners with very signs of body lean, all maintaining a good road

Although a little over-assisted, is quite accurate.


The Chevrolet Monte Carlo is with four-wheel anti-lock with front cooling driver side airbags, and a control system as standard In frontal impact collision conducted by the NHTSA, the Monte received a full five-star for driver and passenger safety. In collision tests, the car received out of five stars for driver and four stars for passenger

Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Chevrolet Monte Carlo
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