2013 Chevrolet CamaroBrynna Ogletree - Chicago, IL09/19/2016
Beyond being loud and borderline tacky (which I love!), my 2013 Caramo SS 2SS is the most fun, mood-elevating ride I've ever owned � and I owned plenty of sports cars. (Mustang GT, Mazdaspeed, etc.). Though not ideal for running errands (the horrendous visibility and sheer size of the car make zipping around in traffic and parking lots challenging), the beast comes alive on the highway or winding roads. Yes, the gas mileage is terrible, but when you step on the grass, the 426 HP/6 speed experience is MIND-BLOWING. (Careful, or you will do worse that put your eye out!) It's a growling, snorting, work of art. Buy one while you still can.
lots of extras and power for such a great price!
2014 Chevrolet Impala LimitedJulie Cornwell - Raytown, MO10/24/2016
I love my car, it has a 3.6 liter V6 with dual exhaust, very fast for when you need the quickness. It came with factory climate controlled remote start and a sunroof too, great extras for a very reasonable price. Power everything, lumbar support in drivers seat, alloy wheels, and more. I plan to keep this car for a long time, love it.
Love this truck!
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500Julie Bote - New Florence, MO10/10/2017
This truck is like riding in a luxury car. It has heated, CLOTH seats, and a lot of room in the back. I always thought the back up camera was kind of silly, but I use it all of the time! It is beautiful, and comfortable, and gets really great gas mileage because it can change from 8 cyl to 4 cyl.
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