The Chevrolet Caprice which later on was renamed Caprice Classic is an automobile series that forms part of General Motors' fleet of carmake divisions. In the United States, the Chevrolet Caprice made a name from its long years of production starting from the 1965 to 1996 model years. It first came as a 4-door sedan as inspired from Chevrolet Impala.
Following the Chevrolet Caprice name is its being the most expensive Chevrolet model in the full-size car range along with the Del Ray, Biscayne, Bel Air, and Impala. The first release of the Chevrolet Caprice back in 1965 already contained the laudable Chevrolet Caprice parts. The company set standards for the Caprice to be able to compete with the successful LTD series of Ford Motors. Included in the model are the stiffer suspension, higher-grade type of cloth and vinyl seat and door trim along with higher-grade carpeting, walnut trim on the dashboard and door panels, pull straps for the doors, extra convenience lights, special full wheel covers, and a vinyl top.
Chevrolet Caprice parts cannot be disregarded just like that. The V-8 engine installed in every Chevrolet Caprice pushed its performance to the topmost level. Moreover, the automatic transmission and its power steering capacity contribute more to the success and fame the vehicle has so enjoyed.
As proofs of Chevrolet Caprice's excellence in performance as brought about by the Chevrolet Caprice parts, it had been twice honored as Car of the Year in 1977 and 1991 by Motor Trend and had been included in the Ten Best List of Car and Driver magazine in 1983.