Used 2012 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe Review & Ratings

Review & Ratings of the 2012 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe

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Finding the right sports coupe is not always an easy task. The Chevrolet Camaro coupe has taken the job and made it a bit simpler. Those who want high power, quick speeds and a flashy mode of transportation will find that the Camaro measures up to the test. Though off the market for several years, the Camaro came back stronger than ever before. Newer trims expand on the features and make the Camaro even more appealing. There are still flaws, but those who choose the Camaro do not find that they inhibit their overall satisfaction.

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Much of the initial appeal of the Chevrolet Camaro coupe is from the outside. The exterior of the car is alluring even from a distance. While not considered the top muscle car in its class, the Camaro has a devoted fan base that has been around for decades. Those who initially loved the Camaro during its first run will find the same appeal in the newer version. The stylish design of the vehicle combined with its capabilities attract driving enthusiasts. There is no doubt when looking at the Camaro that it is a sports coupe that offers the power to meet expectations easily.

Stepping inside the Chevrolet Camaro coupe will take buyers back in time. The cabin has been designed to blend from the past with those of the present. This combination offers a unique look in an otherwise subdued interior. Higher quality materials would improve the look inside the cabin, but some improvements have been made. When it comes to the interior the biggest problems are visibility and space. The backseat, always a cramped area in a muscle car, is actually smaller than any of the competition. Being able to see outside of the vehicle in order to park or make corners takes skill and practice.

For many, it is driving the Chevrolet Camaro coupe that makes all the difference. The powerful engine ensures speed from the moment of acceleration. Handling is superb, with the ability to grab corners without hesitation. The fire under the hood supplies driving enthusiasts with more than their share of thrill seeking. However, the lack of visibility could pose a problem. Passengers will find it fairly comfortable regardless of the tight quarters. Noise is a kept a minimum and the overall ride is appreciated by drivers. Probably not the best vehicle for everyday driving, but gives enough excitement to make excursions fun.

They are are several trims of the Chevrolet Camaro coupe in the engine buyers will get depends on which trim is chosen. For the LS and LT, there is a 3.6 L 323 hp V6. This engines works with a six speed manual transmission or drivers can opt for a six speed automatic. The SS trim has a 6.2 L 426 hp V8 that is mated to a standard six speed manual. Of course, buyers can still opt for the automatic. The ZL1 trim has a supercharged 6.2 L 580 hp V8 engine in the same choice of transmission. Depending on engines vehicle can get from 14 miles per gallon in the city to 30 miles per gallon on the highway.

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