It's been a long 7 years for those muscle car fans who've been waiting for the release of the fifth generation Chevy Camaro. But now that it's here was worth the wait? Well, in one word, yes! For starters, even though the most popular version of the Camaro is the power packed V8, the V6 model is a better overall value. Now, of course the V6 is not as powerful as the V8, and the engine is not loud and the V8, but when compared to other V8 cars on the market, the V6 version is a good enough choice Those who want a car with a powerful engine and a low price tag.
Most people compare the Camaro with the Ford Mustang and the Dodge Challenger. There are three videos for the 3 cars online including one where all 3 races a helicopter. Now, personally speaking, I think the Camaro is a better choice than its two rivals because it's the base model is a lot more powerful and affordable. And after test driving all 3 cars I can say that the action for the Camaro is much better than well thanks to two new technology Chevy has created for the car. It is more than older model muscle cars, but on average is heavier than most modern models. But it's more than the Challenger's and it's one reason why the Camaro always wins racing competitions against it.
The styling of the Camaro is simply amazing. What the designers decided to do was to make the Camaro so popular. And after that, they simply applied it to the 2010 model. At first glance of the vehicle, you can immediately tell that the designers paid attention to the smallest details of both the interior and the exterior. Some people have a problem with the simplicity of the interior layout. But in my opinion, it looks great. I would rather have a simple dashboard layout with all the controls spaced out perfectly than having all of the controls "mashed" together.
The colors are the official colors of the Camaro. So far, the most popular and best selling color is Black, followed by Silver Ice Metallic. Popular unofficial colors are matte black and white. The matter colors for the 2010 Camaro became popular for athletes and actors being seen driving in them.
As for the engine, Chevy was able to get a lot of power out of its V6 engine due to direct fuel injection technology. It & # 39; s because of this technology that the V6 features more than 300 horsepower, which is a lot from an engine that is not V8. And regardless of whether you buy the automatic or manual transmission model, there is one good aspect that both versions share, and that the fact that they can both go from 0 to 60 in 6 seconds. And what makes it even better for Camaro fans is that the Challenger goes from 0 to 60 in 7.8 seconds. And the Mustang v6 model goes from 0 to 60 in 6.9 seconds.
Now as for the weight issue, the Camaro is 3,719 pounds. And in comparison, the Mustang is 3,405 pounds. But the weight of the vehicle is not really important, it's how the car wheels while driving. To me, the Camaro feels perfect while on the highway and driving around town in stop and go traffic with lots of turns. And as for gas mileage, this is where the V6 model really shines. Now we all know that muscle cars are due to bad gas mileage numbers. But the 2010 Camaro gets 29mpg on average. And with numbers that are good, and with a price tag below $ 25k, you can have a great looking car that has great mpg numbers and also won't cost you to own.