High depreciation of late model low mile cars in this segment make it a good value. GM sells about 25% of Camaro's into the daily rental fleet which in turn end up at auction usually in a year or less with fairly low miles. The Camaro in V6 trims is average to better than average in reliability. This is a car for people willing to trade outward visibility and ease of entry and exit for it's styling. Ride is more sporting and with 20inch wheels a bit rough. V 8 versions provide even more handling difference.
If your into horsepower then get the 1LE with the v8. The 1le is the performance package or track pack which ever you call it it has a close ratio trans higher rear gear ratio 3.80 and all the heavy duty suspension parts that come on the ZL1 it's pretty much the same car minus the supercharger and is about 30k less but I have pulled great numbers at the track with the stock Goodyear supercar tires that come on it stock with the package they are really soft rubber do expect them to wear fast even faster if you dont get off the petal or if your showing off they only last around 25k miles and I am not on it all the time but I do. The back seats a little tight unless your small. And it doesn't have much of a trunk but becase race car that's why
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.