I guess you need to determine what the "norm" is for gas mileage. On my '99 Z34 with the 3800 I get 22 mpg city and 30 highway...that is normal. Anything inside those perameters I would say is normal. What you could do though is change the fuel filter, make sure your tire pressure is correct, get a tune up if you have over 100,000 miles, MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT HAVE AN INTAKE LEAK. Dex-Cool, the coolan used in most GM vehicles, and used in your SS, is terrible on gaskets.
Monte Carlo grossed $39,686,769 worldwide.
Depends on overall condition, mileage, options, etc...
Monte Carlo grossed $23,186,769 in the domestic market.
Depends on what engine and what year Monte Carlo you're referring to...
how much automatic transmission fluid does a 2004 monte carlo ss take on a full flush
As much as you can make it go
The Chevrolet Monte Carlo LS coupe has a curb weight of 3,340 pounds. General Motors produced the Monte Carlo from 1970-1988 and again from 1995-2007.
not much, but that depens on when you bought it. if you bought it in 2001 it should have rose a little
It can cost between $50 and $250 to repair both Tie rods on a 2001 Chevy Monte Carlo. It will depends on where the parts are bought, the brand of the parts bought, and if there are any labor charges to make the repair.
About 1000 tons
The Monte Carlo SS didn't have a 350 in 1987, but the 305 had 180 hp