Chevrolet Camaro Overview
The Camaro looks and sounds like a classic muscle car. Our tested Camaro SS was very quick, thanks to its 6.2-liter V8 engine. Performance from the base 3.6-liter V6 was unexciting. Handling is very capable, but the car's size and weight make it feel ponderous in everyday driving and on our track. Braking performance on the SS is excellent, and the ride is taut and controlled but not punishing. However, the emphasis on exterior and interior styling hurt practicality, hampering visibility, befuddling the control layout, and leaving room for just a small trunk and tiny rear seat. The convertible has an awkward manual top release. High-performance ZL1 and Z/28 versions top the line. Reliability has improved to average recently.
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