2001 Camaro Z28
After our stint with the Malibu LS along the winding country roads of rural Mississippi, we decided to step up to a fully-loaded LTZ V6 model. While we didn't have a window sticker to confirm our car's as tested price, GM officials assured us that even a fully loaded Malibu LTZ just barely crossed the $28,000 mark. But is the LTZ model worth the $8,000 premium over the LS model? That's exactly what we set out to find.
They review both the LTZ with the 3.6L V6 and 6-speed auto, and a prototype of the LTZ with the 4-cylinder and 6-speed auto.