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2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo review and picture

The 2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo has an edge on its top competitors: it has more features and more defined abilities than them, and it is a few thousand dollars cheaper as well. What’s not to love? With a spacious interior and great handling balance, this vehicle kicks the feet out from under its rivals. Even with a V6 engine, it still manages to stay on top of its fuel economy and you don’t have to empty your wallet to fill up its tank.

The positive aspects of it include

  • spacious interior
  • low price
  • an engine both likeable by lovers of power and those who just need to get from point A to point be

But on the negative side

  • the handling is good, but the steering is unformed and that takes away from it
  • Spartan interior design

For the 2007 model year, the Monte Carlo has a few additions to offer, as well as a couple of extractions. The LTZ trim level and the 3.9 liter V6 engine are both removed, and an engine version that doesn’t only run on a mix of ethanol and gasoline comes standard now. The packages of options have been made smaller and easier to gather.

As for safety, the Monte Carlo comes standard with several necessary features. The main ones are the antilock brakes and traction control, necessary in any car. Also included front seat side air bags. As for performance on crash tests, the Monte Carlo did exceedingly well with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, pulling five stars for frontal crash tests.

Cheers,

Fashun Guadarrama.

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