The 2016 Chevrolet SS sedan gets a minor facelift, with LED signature lighting, functional hood vents and new 19-inch wheels. An improved MyLink 8-inch navigation radio is standard, as is a new dual-mode exhaust system.
Manual-transmission fans, rejoice. Chevy has heard your pleas and made one available as a no-cost option for the 2015 SS. This mainstream performance sedan is further heightened with standard Magnetic Ride Control and rear Brembo brakes to match the stoppers in front. Also new is built-in Wi-Fi connectivity.
Although its sporty appearance isn’t as flashy as some, the 2016 SS sedan from Chevrolet is not to be trifled with. That’s because beneath this 5-passenger family sedan’s sleek hood resides a Corvette-derived 6.2-liter V8. Based on the Australian Holden Commodore, this rowdy bow-tie bearer may not turn heads like the Ford Taurus SHO or Dodge ChargerSRT, but once people get a glimpse at the SS’s performance potential, we imagine a down payment won’t be far off. Serving a small but fanatical audience, the 2016 Chevy SS performance sedan allows those with a need for four doors to enjoy what their Corvette and Camaro-owning buddies have, while still being able to accommodate their spouse and kids.
"I traded in my 2010 Cadillac CTS-V for this car and i couldn't be happier. I loved my V but this car is everything it was plus some. Its faster, better built, and the drive quality is far better on the road or track. It's quiet and mellow when your cursing, but mean and angry when you want it to be. With 415 hp you can do anything you want. When i take it to the track it sticks extremely well in the corners and acts like it was built for the track, yet i can drive straight to the highway and have the versatility of a calm quiet sedan. The brembo brakes stop you on a dime and the corvettes 6.2L v8 pushes that car from 0-60 in less than 4.8 seconds and to a blistering top speed of 160+ mph."