2013 Chevrolet Camaro
The 2013 Chevrolet Camaro is more than a track-ready car. With its unprecedented fuel economy, superb exterior styling, and impressive interior, there’s every reason why car-lovers should actively aspire for this new sports car entry.
The Chevy Camaro is available in four trim levels: the LS, LT, SS, and ZL1. The standard LS and LT 3.6-liter, V6 engine produces 323 horsepower in either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. With a fuel economy rating of 30 mpg on the highway and 19 mpg on the city, the Camaro is a pretty strong contender in the sports car category.
But it is the SS that easily glues in sports car lovers. Its 6.2-liter V8 engine runs 60 mph in a little under 5 seconds. The ZL1, which comes in either a coupe or convertible body model, produces an insance 580 horsepower that runs up to 60 mph in a record 3.9 seconds. With its lowered suspension, the ZL1 looks ready to take on any road course or drag strip right off the bat.
Perhaps what is most striking about the Chevrolet Camaro is its fuel economy: for a muscle car, its fuel economy is quite impressive, without sacrificing performance and style. Driving is smooth, agile, commanding, and, without surprise, a pleasure.
If there’s a word that could describe the Camaro’s exterior, that would be beautiful. For its recommended selling price, it’s definitely surprising to come across a gorgeously detailed car with a commanding rear roof pillars, crisp-edged taillights, and massive grille. The brilliant execution of the Chevy Camaro makes it a standout in any given setting. With its stunning visual appeal, the Camaro manages to stay loyal to the Camaro legacy and inject some interestingly fine touches here and there.
Inside, the execution of the 2013 Camaro is just as striking. Designed with two hooded binnacles for the speedometer and tachometer, a gauge package, and the volts and transmission-fluid temperature neatly placed at the center console, the 2013 Camaro’s interior is likewise a huge success. While most muscle cars tend to cut costs in the interior, the Camaro is looking much more upscale and packed with features.
Some striking tech features of the Chevy Camaro include hands-free mobile phone connectivity through Bluetooth, USB and iPod connectivity, and a head-up display. Another highlight is the MyLink Infotainment system, with its hill-start assist, electric power steering, and navigation system.
The 2013 Chevrolet Camaro does not scrimp on its safety features, as it is in fact one of the most safe cars in its class. The NHTSA gave the Camaro coupe a five stars in its safety and convenience features. It is equipped with the OnStar standard naviation system.
The 2013 Chevrolet Camaro, with its wide variety, is offered at a pretty diverse range. Pricing for the 2013 Chevrolet Camaro starts at $23,345 for the LS 2dr model. The LT 2dr trim level is around $25,760. The ZL1 is at around $60,000.Cat : Chevrolet,