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Fresh from its makeover last year, the 2015 Chevrolet Camaro sees only minimal upgrades. A color touch radio with MyLink and upgradable navigation is now available on LT, SS and ZL1 trims. One new color, Blue Velvet Metallic, is added to the Camaro's paint choices.
The Camaro receives an exterior design freshening for 2014 with highlights that include redesigned front fascia and rear diffuser and taillights. The long-awaited Camaro Z/28 is returning with a 7.0-liter LS7 engine, minimal frills and a big sticker price. It claims to be the most track-capable factory-built Camaro ever made.
The Chevy Camaro receives a number of improvements for the 2013 model year, highlights of which include an available MyLink Infotainment system with navigation, hill-start assist for manual-transmission models, electric power steering for SS trims and a new track-ready 1LE package designed to bridge the performance gap between Camaro SS models and the range-topping ZL1.
For 2012, the V6 Camaro gains an additional 11 horsepower, bringing its total output to 323. Also new this year is a 45th Anniversary package that adds specific hood and deck stripes, 20-inch wheels and special interior trim. Other changes include a new steering wheel design, a power lift feature for the passenger seat, and the addition of a rearview camera to the Rear Vision Package. The high-performance ZL1 is set to debut early in 2012 with a 550-horsepower supercharged V8 engine.
For 2011, the V6 Camaro gains an additional eight horsepower, bringing its total output to 312. Also new this year is the limited availability of Synergy Green Metallic paint on all trims, while a Head-Up Display is made standard on Camaro 2LT and 2SS trims.
The latest iteration of Chevy's classic Camaro sports car has taken the country by storm. Be it die-hard musclecar fanatics or just everyday dreamers yearning for a little piece of automotive magic, the 2015 Chevrolet Camaro coupe and convertible deliver. Reigniting a decades-long rivalry with the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger, the Camaro runs down the competition by offering impressive power and, in the eyes of many, more presence. Just the fact that the 30-mpg V6 version of the 2015 Camaro dishes up 53 more horsepower than a 1979 Camaro Z28 speaks volumes about this car's attitude and ability. From the entry-level Camaro to the track-inspired Z/28 to the supercar-worthy ZL1, the Camaro has rekindled a spirit long missing from the American automobile industry.
By Kaly on Tuesday, February 18, 2014
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 1,600overall rating 10 of 10rating details
Pros: "Exterior Style, Acceleration, Decent Mileage, Fun!"
Cons: "Tires, Limited Sight, Weak Stereo"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"I absolutely love driving this car. It's powerful, easy to handle, and beautiful. The curves are just gorgeous. I have the 2LT V6 model. It attracts a lot of attention, and it accelerates easily. Things I love: Acceleration, body style, Heads Up display, controls for sound system on the steering wheel, USB port in center console (reads my iPod), remote start, heated leather seats, blue tooth, seats that adjust in lots of directions, comfortable seats, tire pressure sensors, auto-dimming mirrors to block bright headlights behind you at night Things I'd change: Stock tires (summer rated Pirelli's-- had to replace them for cold weather which was expensive), sound system (supposedly Boston Acoustic premium but it is underpowered and doesn't sound very good), trunk is shallow and access is oddly shaped, no spare tire (can be added) The car definitely took some getting used to for limited sight, especially out of the rear passenger side, but the mirrors are good and I adjusted pretty fast. Not a big deal. Mine came with a back-up camera, which is nice. The seats are adjustable, and I don't have a problem with head clearance with the roof of the car. The sunroof does take up a bit of headroom, so if you're tall it's something to consider. The back seat is not usable for adults, and access to it is a bit tight, but that's not really a surprise for this type of car. I tend to put things in the trunk rather than deal with the back seat. The tires aren't rated for cold weather (and definitely not snow), so that's an added expense if you're driving year round. (getting 4 tires back from the shop required 2 trips...) I'm getting just over 20 mpg with a mix of highway and stop and go driving. The doors are long, and you have to be careful opening them. They open wider than my previous 4-door car. My passenger usually gets out before I pull into the garage. I love having the constant read out for tire pressure and check it every time I drive. I've only had it for 3 months, but have had no problems in that time. It's a lot of fun to drive and it even makes me look forward to running errands! I love the car and have no regrets for buying it."
11 people out of 11 found this review helpful
By mikeyg36 on Friday, December 06, 2013
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 18,000overall rating 10 of 10rating details
Pros: "Fun to drive, Powerful, Styling"
Cons: "Small trunk, Small backseat, Quiet stock exhaust"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"I've been following this car since it was announced back in 2006, and finally purchased one in 2012. The LS3 V8 in the Camaro SS is hands down the best part of the car. The power will always put a smile on your face, and the aftermarket is very strong for performance modifications. The styling is a real head turner, and there are plenty of Camaro clubs and meets all across the country. Only cons are the small space in the back and trunk, and a so-so interior. I haven't had any issues with visibility; as long as the mirrors are adjusted correctly it should be fine. All in all, it is everything dreamed the new Camaro would be, and then some."
4 people out of 4 found this review helpful
By chuck on Friday, February 14, 2014
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 13,000overall rating 9 of 10rating details
Pros: "easy to upgrade, fun to drive, reliable"
Cons: "Stinks in snow, and easy to scratch and nick"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"Great car, fun to drive, and look at. Biggest gripes would be that it is very easy to get a scratch or ding on exterior or intior, in addition to it stinks in the snow and bad weather. Best parts about the car include the handling, the sound of the engine, how easy it is to drive, good sound system, very easy to customize and personalize with upgrades and small effects. 2011 was a great model because adding the cold air intake and exhaust systems are a cake walk. In addition there are a number of options available for customized tuning. For the price it is tough to beat everything that Chevy packed into the 2011 convertable."
3 people out of 3 found this review helpful