Chevrolet has prepared a pleasant surprise for luxury-car buyers.
Many of these buyers have traditionally been willing to endure a little acceleration lag or suspension mushiness in exchange for opulent styling and abundant creature comforts. However, engineers of the 1994 Chevrolet Caprice Classic LS sedan have apparently spent time adapting some of the specifications of hot wheels such as the Z28 Camaro to the Caprice LS.
The result is an elegant, long, wide-stance luxury sedan that delivers a truly inspiring set of performance and handling characteristics.
Maybe, just maybe, you can have it all.
For an MSRP of $24,698, well under the prices of more pretentious domestic and imported luxury models, our test Caprice LS delivered all the amenities of a genuine luxury sedan plus the performance dividends borrowed from more muscular brethren.
Loads of power assists, standard dual air bags, a gorgeous leather interior, and a matchless Delco/Bose AM/FM stereo system were all included in the impressive package of standard and optional features on our test-drive Caprice LS.
Its power and responsiveness under the hood, combined with the muscle and agility of its steering/suspension system, place Chevrolet's luxury sedan in a class by itself.