This is one hot machine! Starting at $22,680 the high performance 2010 Camaro is a lot of bang for your buck. The 312 HP V6 is incredible, yet still manages to get 29 MPG highway with the automatic 6-speed transmission. But if that’s not enough for you, try the 426 HP 6.2 liter V8.
Even the big V8 manages to get a respectable 24 MPG. Technology is alive and well at GM with power, performance and fuel economy in one very sharp package.
Yes, the American muscle car still lives. Move over Mustang, you’ve got some company at the top. (And that’s coming from a Ford man.) This is going to be a good year for Chevy. And next year will be even better- guaranteed.
I can’t wait until next year too. They’re going to have a convertible Camaro and a special edition Synergy Series, XM Accessory Appearance Package. Wow- that’s all I have to say, just, wow!
We Americans like our muscle cars. Despite all the political talk about fuel savings, when it comes to laying out the cash, we like our power and speed. This car is a huge success. And just the shot in the arm Government Motors needed. Yes, I was a little reluctant after the Federal take-over, but man, they did something right this time.
Make sure you check out the official Chevrolet website, they have a 360 degree picture you can rotate to see all the angles. Spend a few minutes over there drooling like I did. And be sure to watch their video too, it’s a virtual test drive.
Take a look at the video on the right for another virtual test drive.
Ken Skaggs is a 30-year veteran trucker and safety professional, who has always been a writer, and an entrepreneur at heart. Since 2000, he’s had 150+ articles published by Ten-Four Magazine, Careers in Gear, Driver Story Magazine, and dozens of websites.