What Year Did They Stop Making the Chevy Camaro?

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The Chevy company stopped making the Camaro in 2002. They starting making the Camaro again is the year 2010.
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because it's heavy, guzzles fuel, doesn't really go fast, doesn't stop too well, and doesn't like corners much either. Build quality was awful, dealership support was intermittent
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1. Pull up on the hand brake lever so that it clicks two times. Locate the hand brake lever on the inside of the car between the driver's seat and the front passenger seat. 2. Jack
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Chevrolet stopped making the Camaros after the 2001 models but will be
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The last camaro was produced in 2002. It is the fourth generation camaro. However, they are releasing the new camaro in 2010.
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