2012 Chevrolet CamaroBruce Barker - Highlands Ranch, CO01/20/2016
Quality inside and out! Chevy killed it with the 5th Gen Camaro! A blast to drive, and gets stared at all over town. Not for kids, lousy drivers or the irresponsible. This is for drivers who "get it" and know how to handle something this powerful.
The Heartbeat of America is back.
Fun, fast and eye catching
2015 Chevrolet CamaroLinda Curry - Reno, NV01/21/2017
My Camarillo convertible puts a smile on my face just looking at it. Driving it is even more smile inducing. The top is easy to put down and up. The 6.1 liter engine means I never lack the extra oomph to get up to speed on the freeway. The front seats are comfortable and there is plenty of legroom.
I wanted one last muscle car before I was too old and creaky to get into and out of one. This is just what I wanted and I love driving around in it.
2010 Camaro 2SS automatic (L99)
2010 Chevrolet CamaroRicky Otte - Modesto, CA05/05/2017
I would recommend this car to anyone that has a true love for the sport car experience. Having 400 hp in the l99 give you plenty to have some serious driving. Being placed on the zeta frame i have yet to have the car feel overwhelmed by the power and seems firm to the road. The brembro brake package also is very smooth and stops very quickly. The interrior staying gives you room for 2 people comfortably and the option for 2 more uncomfortably, however it can be done.
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