2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

Like the Impala SS, the Monte Carlo SS is equipped with the high-performance 5.3L small-block V-8, which was engineered specifically for front-drive applications. The Monte Carlo SS also includes unique exterior styling that is inspired by its NASCAR heritage.

 Highlights of the 2007 Monte Carlo include:

  • Standard 5.3L small-block V-8 with Active Fuel Management technology in SS model
  • FlexFuel badge on E85-capable 3.5L 3500 V-6 models
  • Available Rally Stripe package for Monte Carlo SS
  • Hydra-Matic 4T65 four-speed automatic transmission mated to all engines; enhanced version used with 5.3L V-8
  • Bold exterior styling
  • Retuned suspensions with wider front track
  • Family of 16-, 17- and 18-inch wheels and tires
  • ABS and traction control
  • Interior featuring high-quality attention to detail, including improved seat upholstery stitching, low-gloss IP components and jewel-like IP details
  • High-quality Nuance Sandstone leather-appointed seating (available)
  • Variety of audio systems
  • Standard dual-stage frontal air bags
  • Available side seat-mounted air bags for front passengers
  • Factory-installed remote vehicle starter available
  • Standard 7.0 Generation OnStar capable of Turn-by-Turn Navigation
  • Standard XM Satellite Radio on SS models

Monte Carlo exudes sportiness, inside and out. The exterior features large headlamps that have a premium, jeweled appearance with three independent lighting units. These details complement other high-quality attributes to provide an overall feeling of solidity. Also, flat-blade windshield wipers are used to provide consistent pressure on the glass, which helps eliminate streaking and wind noise. All models receive a sporty rear spoiler.

The Monte Carlo SS has a distinct front-end appearance, with a dual-split grille that has a black-diamond crosshatch pattern. The rear spoiler is unique, too, suggesting the purposefulness of NASCAR spoilers. Corvette-inspired bright exhaust outlets also are standard on the Monte Carlo SS. For 2007, a Rally Stripe package is available.

Monte Carlo SS comes with the FE4 suspension, which is tuned to provide a sporty ride that complements the 5.3L small-block V-8’s performance. It offers increased stiffness and ride control, with reduced body lean and greater high-speed stability. The 34-mm hollow front stabilizer bar and 18-mm solid rear stabilizer bar are larger in diameter than the bars of the two FE2 suspension settings, providing increased roll control. Eighteen-inch alloy wheels with W-rated P235/50R18 AL3 Goodyear Eagle RS-A performance tires are included with the FE4 suspension.


7 comments:

Man O MAN I BEGGED NOT TO HAVE THIS CAR ENDED UP BEIN A GIFT ANYWAY I LOVE IT WELL I HAVE THE IMPALA ON 235-30/22 all around IDONT KNO WTF IS WRONG WIT THIS CAR BUT ITS FASTER THAN ALOT OF CAR FROM ROLLS AND THEN I USUALLY GET FROM 25-33MPG CITY 303hp feels lik ITS GONNA RIP THE FRONT END OFF THE. CAR IVE RACED MUSTANGS M3s b20 swaps corvettes 96impalas chargers I didn’t beat the vette but once we got to the next light all he could do is shake his head it’s a great first car for some ppl who are responsible easy to loose traction should get to kno the car BEFOR you actually floor it or the car might jus get to kno yu

LOL. You people have never driven this car have you. I own one and I tell ya what. For all you coneheads out there that think the 80’s monte was anything more than a pretty body with an embarassing engine I feel sorry for you. This car hauls ass. I don’t even bother racing Mustangs anymore. They just can’t keep up. Stop complaining about FWD. You wanna make a gripe then talk about the lack of a manual that’s the only thing this car is missing. So I say this to all of you who haven’t experienced 325 cubic inches of chevy grunt......."you’re dumb."

Make a rear wheel drive please I’m a monte carlo ss fan I think you should come out with a reto style ss t top 85

4 real u need it 2 be rear wheel front wheel sux

I like the older body styles than the newer ones on the Monte Carlo but I would still stick with the Monte Carlo.

I am a dedicated Chevrolet owner, however I am considering a Ford Mustang GT, or Dodge Charger because GM designers don’t get the idea that retro is back and that is what guys want. Get rid of the generic front end and front wheel drive and I will definately buy a Monte Carlo over a Mustang. I don’t know what chevy is thinking with all the front wheel drive vehicles. They are not fun to drive and the understeer makes for a bland driving experience. Ever wonder why top car manufacturers like Mercedes and BMW don’t make a front wheel drive? Wake up GM designers, not every chevrolet car has to have the same front end design and front wheel drive.

needs a bit more power, exterior is boring, wish it was rear wheel drive

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