2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Values

2007 model year changes

For the 2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, the 3.9L V6 has been dropped. Suspensions have been retuned across the line, and a factory-installed remote starting system is now available. The mid-range LT model gets increased standard equipment and the LTZ model has been discontinued. A new Rally Stripe package is available on the SS, XM satellite radio is now standard on the SS, and 17-inch alloy wheels are now standard on the LT.


Competitive comparison

Available powerful V8; smooth ride; front-seat comfort; highway fuel economy.


Special features for 2007

The affordably priced, front-wheel-drive 2007 Chevy Monte Carlo is one of the few affordable luxury coupes to offer a V8, and the V6 models boast impressive fuel economy on the highway. It also stands out for offering both an agreeable ride and sharp handling.




Select a 2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo trim level

Monte Carlo-V6

Coupe 2D LS
Coupe 2D LT

Monte Carlo-V8

Coupe 2D SS
The Monte Carlo no longer offers the 3.9Liter engine for 2007. The front-wheel-drive two-door five-passenger sport coupe is now offered in LS and LT trim levels that are fitted with the 3.5Liter V6 that produces 211HP and is capable of running on E85 Flex-Fuel. The SS model offers a 5.3Liter V8 that produces 303HP and NASCAR inspired styling cues. All models have a four-speed automatic transmission.