LT w/1LT 2dr Coupe
Chevrolet Camaro Specs
|Front head room||37|
|Rear head room||35|
|Front shoulder room||57|
|Rear shoulder room||50|
|Front leg room|
|Rear leg room|
|Maximum cargo capacity||cu.ft.|
|Fuel tank capacity||gal.|
|EPA mileage estimates||17 City / 28 Hwy|
|Base engine size||liters|
|Base engine type||V-6|
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Clean Retail Price
The MT clean retail price reflects a reasonable asking price by a dealership for a fully reconditioned vehicle (clean title history, no defects, minimal wear) with average mileage.
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Chevrolet Camaro Expert Review
- Nostalgic muscle car looks
- Rumble of V-8 models
- Handling with higher trims
- Large for a sports coupe
- Limited visibility
- V-8 fuel economy
- Ford Mustang
- Dodge Challenger
- Hyundai Genesis Coupe
- Nissan Z
The Chevrolet Camaro is an iconic piece of American automotive history, and the model continues with a design that visually ties it to the original, but is updated to keep the style-heavy coupe looking modern.
The Chevrolet Camaro is offered in both coupe and convertible forms, with multiple trim levels to choose from. LS and LT models feature a liter V-6 producing hp and lb-ft of torque and a standard six-speed manual transmission or optional six-speed automatic. With the manual, the V-6 Camaro is EPA-rated at 17/28 mpg city/highway, while automatic-equipped V-6 Camaros are rated 19/30 mpg. SS and 1LE models are endowed with a liter V-8 making hp and lb-ft, or hp and lb-ft when equipped with Active Fuel Management. A six-speed manual is standard, with a six-speed automatic available. V-8 models are rated at 16/24 mpg with the manual and 15/24 mpg with the automatic.
For those not satisfied with a mere Camaro SS, Chevy offers the ZL1 and Z/28 for The ZL1 packs a supercharged liter V-8 with hp and lb-ft, mated to a choice of six-speed manual or automatic. ZL1 models achieve 14/19 mpg with the manual and 12/18 mpg with the automatic. We liked the ZL1 for its blend of technology and power, which helped it come out ahead in a comparison test against the Ford Mustang Boss In that test, we said: "The Camaro felt far more composed on the track than the Mustang…Although heavier than the Mustang, the ZL1 still changes direction easily and is capable of pulling higher g-forces mid-corner. The constantly variable damping rates make the Camaro feel as though its tires sink into the track." For even greater on-track performance, there's the Camaro Z/28 with its hp, lb-ft liter V-8 borrowed from the outgoing Corvette Z That car gets a six-speed manual transmission, along with a track-tuned suspension, unique aerodynamic exterior pieces, inch alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli performance tires, large Brembo carbon ceramic brakes, and a slight weight reduction.
Inside the Camaro you might find ingress and egress a bit difficult with the large coupe doors and low-slung seats. Sport bucket seats are standard, though more supportive Recaro sport seats are available. The exterior styling is updated for , with a redesigned front end and new taillights making up the bulk of the changes. It's unclear if the form-over-function design philosophy prevails with the model, but as we observed in a review of a Camaro SS, "Visibility continues to be compromised by the shallow greenhouse, especially the thick C-pillars."
The Chevrolet Camaro received an overall five-star rating from NHTSA, with scores of five stars (out of a possible five) in every category. The IIHS has yet to crash test a Camaro.
Exterior styling is updated on all models except the ZL1, with refreshed Camaros now sporting a slimmer grille and headlights and rectangular LED taillights. The track-oriented Z/28 model is added to the lineup.
Broad lineup makes it the current musclecar king
L V-6 DI VVT (LFX)
L V-8 (LS3, L99)
Displacement (cu in / cc):
Bore & stroke (in / mm):
x / 94 x
x / x 92
cast aluminum w/ cast-in-place iron bore liners
cast aluminum w/ cast-in-place iron bore liners
Cylinder head material:
DOHC; four valves per cylinder; continuously variable valve timing’
overhead valve; two valves per cylinder; roller lifters; Active Fuel Management (L99)
electronic individual coil-on-plug; individual cylinder knock control and extended-life platinum-tipped spark plugs
direct fuel injection
sequential fuel injection
(hp / kW @ rpm):
/ @ *
/ @ (LS3)*
/ @ (L99)*
(lb-ft / Nm @ rpm):
/ @ *
/ @ (LS3)*
/ @ (L99)*
premium recommended not required
Maximum engine speed (rpm):
evaporative emissions system, catalytic converter, equal-length exhaust, dual close coupled and dual under floor catalytic converters, positive crankcase ventilation, intake and exhaust cam phasers, electronic throttle control
evaporative system, close-coupled catalytic converters, positive crankcase ventilation, electronic throttle control
EPA-estimated fuel economy (city / hwy):
18 / 29 (auto)
19 / 30 (auto, 2LS model)
17 / 28 (man)
16 / 25 (auto)
16 / 24 (man)
EXECUTIVE EDITOR RORY CARROLL: I almost got out and lifted the hood to confirm that this Chevrolet Camaro 2LT was the V6 model. It's got great power, and it feels lithe compared to the big-engined Camaros that have made their way into our fleet. This latest Camaro is lighter than the last one, which probably has as much to do with the way this car feels as anything else.
The interior was not exactly top-shelf, but it didn't feel cheap, either -- I certainly don't think I'd demand any more from a sub-$30K car in terms of quality.
The only trouble I see with this particular model is that once you approach the $30K mark, the V8 cars almost within reach and orders of magnitude are more desirable.
ASSOCIATE EDITOR GRAHAM KOZAK: This was the second Camaro I've been in recently that didn't quite manage to tick all the right boxes. The first was a convertible (strike one) ZL1 with a supercharged engine (heck yeah!) and an automatic gearbox (strike two). This 2LT does have a nice manual transmission, but not only is it not supercharged -- it doesn't even have a V8.
The missing pair of cylinders isn't quite a deal killer. Many good things have been said about this car's V6, and rightfully so: It is a good motor with more than adequate output. If you're not driving like an idiot you can even wring a few more miles out of each gallon of gas than you do with the bigger engine.
But be warned, prospective V6 Camaro buyers: It's not enough motor to satisfy a deep muscle-car craving. Given the number of drag strips the average Camaro owner visits (somewhere between none and zero) it's a deficit that will make it known in relatively subtle ways. Such as that awesome cammy idle that builds into a ferocious roar so readily when you punch the gas in a V8 car. Yeah, you're not getting that with the smaller engine. The V6 sounds farty at lower rpm and when it clears its throat at around the 3, mark, it might as well be an aftermarket unit.
That said it's an easy motor to live with, with accessible torque all the way around the tachometer -- good for stop-and-go around-town driving. Good motor, good power. We should all feel spoiled to live in an age where plus hp is so affordable and so…tame.
But I'm not buying a Camaro because I like love all the hard plastic inside or because it's a particularly spritely handler -- I'm buying it because of that sweet, honkin' V8. Take that away and you're left with a competent performer wrapped in a flamboyant body. There's nothing particularly special, just a somewhat practical, relatively affordable, all-around sensible Camaro.
If that's what the Camaro is about to you, you'll enjoy this car a lot.
EDITOR WES RAYNAL: I got to admit I wasn't real excited when handed the Camaro V6 keys. I'm always tempted to dismiss V6 muscle cars for lacking, well, muscle. This car is an exception. Get it up above 3, rpm and there's plenty of power and the engine actually sounds good -- not so much at lower revs. The car feels light on its feet, too. It's wieldy and predictable and arguably better balanced than some V8 applications -- all good things. It's also quiet and refined on the road and frankly smoother than I thought it'd be. I'd have to say the overall driving experience was a pleasant surprise.
As noted above, the interior materials could use an upgrade. The design is fine, fit and finish is, too, but some places where your hand or arm or elbow rest you'll find hard surfaces. Not a disaster, but like my middle school report card often said, it could use improvement.
The car looks terrific to my eye. Nice and mean like its V8 siblings. And while, yes, I would plump for a V8 in my Chevy Camaro/Ford Mustang/Dodge Challenger, this car is not necessarily all show without the go.
Base Price: $29,
As-Tested Price: $34,
Drivetrain: liter V6; RWD, six-speed manual
Output: hp @ 6, rpm, lb-ft @ 4, rpm
Curb Weight: 3, lb
Fuel Economy (EPA City/Highway/Combined): 17/28/20 mpg
AW Observed Fuel Economy: mpg
Options: RS package including HID headlamps, LED halo ring, LED tail lamps, rear spoiler, summer tires ($1,); inch polished aluminum wheels ($); dual-mode performance exhaust ($); navigation system ($)
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Chevrolet Camaro LT 2dr Cpe Features and Specs
Seats, front Sport bucket includes adjustable head restraints and folding rear seat with trunk pass-through (Includes passenger-side seatback map pocket.)
Seat adjuster, driver, 6-way power (fore/aft, up/down, tilt) with power recliner
Seat adjuster, front passenger, 6-way power (fore/aft, up/down, tilt) with power recliner
Seat trim, front leather seating surfaces
Seats, heated driver and front passenger
Console, floor, with armrest
Floor mats, carpeted front
Dead pedal, driver
Steering wheel, 3-spoke leather-wrapped
Steering column, manual rake and telescopic
Instrumentation, analog includes speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and engine temperature gauge
Gauges, auxiliary, multi-function includes 4 gauges: oil pressure, battery voltage, oil temperature and transmission fluid temperature, mounted on center console forward of shifter
Head-Up Display with NEW color digital readouts for vehicle speed, selected gear, G-Force, audio system information, high-beam indicator, compass, outside air temperature, turn signals, tachometer, vehicle messages, Turn-by-Turn information and phone information
Driver Information Center, color display
Compass, located in Driver Information Center
Door locks, power programmable with lockout protection
Remote Keyless Entry
Windows, power with driver and passenger Express-Down/Up
Cruise control, electronic with set and resume speed, steering wheel mounted
Universal Home Remote includes garage door opener, 3-channel programmable
Trunk release, remote, located on driver-side
Theft-deterrent system, PASS-Key III
Air conditioning, single-zone manual
Air filtration system with pollen filter
Defogger, rear-window, electric
Power outlets, 2 auxiliary 1 located in center console storage area and 1 located at front of center console
Cup holders, 2 front
Map pockets, front doors
Mirror, inside rearview auto-dimming, frameless
Visors, driver and front passenger vanity mirrors, covered
Lighting, front reading lamps
Lighting, interior with illuminated entry and theater dimming
Coat hooks, driver- and passenger-side rear
Shift knob, leather-wrapped
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