We’ve said it once, we’ll say it again. The Regular Car Reviews phenomenon may be your favorite, or most despised piece of automotive media on the internet. At the end of the day, the man makes some valid point about even the most obscure cars on the road.
The 1993 Chevrolet Caprice is no different. But, this video format strays away from the traditional potty-humor, freaky review type we expect from RCR. Instead, we’re invited along for a point-of-view drive in the classic B-body sedan. In fact, it would happen to be the last rear-wheel drive Chevrolet before the VF Holden Commodore would come to the rescue, and spawn the Chevrolet SS.
During our ride along, some good point are brought up on the loss of the big American sedan. Body roll is one of them. In today’s compact cars, the short wheelbases take bumps and road imperfections in a harsh manor, even with massive amount of dampening. With the 1993 Chevrolet Caprice, that won’t happen since the Caprice resembles a miniature barge on wheels.
The early 1990s were an interesting time for styling, but RCR comes to appreciate the semi-vintage feel of the cabin, including the skinny steering wheel, despite the pillowcase attached for the airbag. It’s the little things sometimes.
Have a look at the video for yourself right down below.