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For 2019, Chevy refreshed its sixth-generation Camaro. On top of slight tweaks to its appearance, the Camaro gets available forward collision alert (but not automatic emergency braking), and an available rear camera mirror to address some visibility concerns. On the performance front, the Camaro SS can now be had with a quick 10-speed automatic transmission, and the track-ready 1LE package is available for turbocharged four-cylinder models.
Otherwise, the Camaro carries on for 2019 with the same mix of powerful engines and nimble handling that make it such a compelling alternative to the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger. Every variant of the Camaro is engaging to drive and offers performance that punches above its price. Of course, the Camaro’s weaknesses carry on in spite of the refresh. The 2019 Camaro still suffers from poor visibility, a cramped rear seat, and a tight trunk.
Performance: The Camaro’s 335-horsepower V6 and 455-horsepower V8 engines offer quick acceleration, and even the base turbocharged four-cylinder delivers plenty of torque. Once you’re moving, the Camaro’s precise handling and engaging steering make for an entertaining experience that hits above its class.
Ride Quality: Even with its handling prowess, the Camaro has a more forgiving and refined ride than you might expect. Upgrade from the standard suspension to the adaptive setup, and the Camaro is comfortable over all sorts of road surfaces and conditions.
Standard features: The Camaro comes standard with features like power-adjustable driver’s seat, a 7-inch touchscreen with Android Auto® and Apple CarPlay™, a Wi-Fi hotspot and a rearview camera
Usability: The Camaro’s modern, aggressive design doesn’t leave as much room for people or things as we’d like. The rear seat is cramped, the trunk tiny, visibility out of the cabin is poor, and the placement of some controls makes them awkward to use.
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RepairPal gave the Chevrolet Camaro an overall reliability rating of 4 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Excellent. This rating ranks Chevrolet Camaro 22nd out of 30 among Midsize Cars.View RepairPal's full rating of the Chevrolet Camaro
The 2019 Chevrolet Camaro is offered in seven trim configurations: 1LS, 1LT, 2LT, SLT, 1SS, 2SS, and ZL1.
The base 1LS trim is the only trim not offered in a convertible body style (coupe only), and comes with the following standard features:
18-inch alloy wheels
Seven-inch touchscreen interface
4G LTE connectivity with Wi-Fi capability
Leather-wrapped steering wheel
Keyless entry and ignition
On the 1LT trim, standard equipment includes the features of the 1LS trim, plus:
Steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters
Six-way power-adjustable passenger seat
The 2LT trim features all the above equipment with the following extras:
Automatic dual-zone climate control
Heated and ventilated front seats
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
The 3LT trim takes things up another notch with these additional features:
Premium nine-speaker Bose audio system
Built-in GPS navigation
Eight-inch touchscreen interface
Illuminated vanity mirrors
The 1SS trim is outfitted with:
Sporty rear spoiler
On the 2SS trim, you'll find:
Rearview camera mirror
Unique cabin accents
Nine-speaker Bose audio system
Performance data and video recorder
Finally, the top-tier ZL1 trim boasts:
Upgraded alloy wheels with performance tires
Recaro sport seats
Magnetic-Ride Control™ suspension
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Garnet Red Tintcoat
Riverside Blue Metallic
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