Together with Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro is a car that defined muscle car class in United States. Since 1966, which was the year when Camaro was intoduced it helped so many guys getting a positive answer when asking girls on a date and so many dads to overcome their mid-life crises. Then out of nowhere its production ended in 2002, whole country went crazy, and luckily only few years after there was a new Camaro, fifth generation one, faster and shinier then ever. Since 1966 and first generation Chevrolet Camaro it came in the coupe variant, there was also a convirtible with 2+2 seating.
2014 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe has flashy Hollywood look. It is also one of the classiest muscle cars on the market. Coupe model keeps its retro line which became a brand 40 years ago. It has some updates also, like wider lower mouth, compressed upper grille and new design for the headlights. Rear part of the vehicle has new one piece taillights, additional spoiler and new exhaust-pipe tips, which make Camaro look even more powerful.
Earlier pony cars lacked in comfortable interior. For a long time both Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang tried to copy their interior solutions from the sixties and totally neglected all new interior features, some other class of cars have. Now the race between Mustang and Camaro for pony car of the year includes interior features as well. Less retro, more comfort and hi tech is the motto of new Chevy Camaro design.
Quality trim and upholstery, big touch screen with simple layout, numerous connect options boost Camaro interior and make it more fun and comfortable. Only bad thing is, while trying to make Camaro’s cabin more roomy, its trunk was decreased even more, so now it has a capacity of only 11,3 cubic feet, so the biggest flaw of the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro would be the lack of luggage space.
2014 Chevrolet Camaro (its LT and LS) trims have 3,6 liter V6 under the hood, which produce 323 horsepower and 278 pound feet of torque. It can come with 6 speed manual or six speed automatic transmission. Depending on which kind of transmission you choose Camaro’s fuel economy goes from 20 to 22 mpg, by EPA estimate. Chevrolet Camaro SS comes with 6,2 liter V8. This beast can produce 426 horsepower and 420 pound feet of torque. It reaches 60 mph in only 4,4 seconds with manual transmission and believe it or not, it has better fuel efficiency then 3,6 engine model with 18 to 19 mpg in combined conditions, depending on a kind of transmission you choose.
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2014 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe price
Price of 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe goes around $24,000 for its basic version and goes up depending on the trim and additional options you choose.
2014 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe is one of the most iconic American cars, and every year it gets better and better.
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