Customer Review Summary for Chevrolet Convertibles
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.
Great deal! Great car!
2015 Chevrolet Camaromeliko west - victorville, CA04/25/2017
This car is wonderful.
I was so ise to a sedan type car and im glad that I stepped out of my comfort zone! Its powerful and pretty!
Cons: the visibility.
It not great but I can deal with it.
Just remember to look over your shoulder to double check! Which I do anyway.
Initial Impressions after week of ownership
2015 Chevrolet CamaroGlenn Watts - Galveston, TX09/25/2016
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.