I have had my 2010 Camaro for almost 2 years and the only problems I have had is the tire pressure sensor and the paint. Mine is black and I have had alot of people wanting to see it up close to include police officers.
Speed and reliability and styling.
Better paint and tires. My tires seem like they have flat spots when they are cold.
I've put 2,700 miles on my new Camaro so far and I have mixed emotions. Dealership made me a fair deal. I'm averaging 23 mpg. I love the looks and comments I get from friends and strangers alike. Now the bad news. Front end scratches easily from rocks/debris on the road. Funny rattling noise coming from a/c vents. Passenger A pillar creaks. Onstar/phone seldom works. Radio/speaker quality needs improvement. Interior scratches too easy. Bottom line, who cares. The car is smoking hot. I bought the silver with black heritage rims and get loads of complements. I've had guys in Corvettes and Mustangs staring at my car. For under $25k, it's a work of art. I love my Camaro, so does everyone else.
The exterior of course. 6 speed automatic is smooth and fuel efficient. The silver paint with black heritage rims really gives it that "original" look. Driver info system is helpful. Automatic hood props. Lots of radio presets. Fairly comfy seats. Tight turning circle. Terrific handling.
Thicker/more durable paint on the front end/bumper. More sound insulation on the interior to suppress creaks/rattles. Better radio/speakers. What's up with that hit and miss Onstar and phone service? How about a right foot resting pad? On long drives my right leg cramps up. Exterior hood latch.
I rented a v6 Camaro. Drove with 2 adults and 2 children. Trunk held kids luggage, gifts, and overnight bags for adults. I moved drivers seat up for passenger. Drove that way for 3 hours no issue. teens were good to go in the back seat.
Drove through nasty weather from Seattle down I-5 over to Hwy 101 to San Fran with 2 adults.
Standing water, high winds, and heavy rain. Car handle well and was fun drive through the twisties on 101. Seat comfort is ok.
4'11 wife could see over door sills.
V-6 has plenty of power, It'll pin you to your seat.
Drove through Yosemite and 80 miles of snow at 5000+ft.
Slow going with chains but no issues. Adjust mirrors be careful backing up, blind spots.
The power from V-6. It'll put a smile on your face.
SirrusXm radio on a long trip.
Paddle shifters for down shifting on narrower ice/snow covered roads.
The exterior design.
13 year old girl made a point to get a picture in the drivers seat. Told me I'm going to buy her one. Might be a negative for a Father.lol
Interior gauges were nice, good retro style.
Fog lamps and temp readout came in handy.
Felt good to drive after 3 days of 8+ hours driving it.
Didn't feel like a base model rental car 9000miles now with 11000miles.
Didn't want to turn it in.
And I'm a Ford guy.
Can't speak for long term reliability.
Steering wheel is a bit thick and I wear large size gloves.
Telescopic steer wheel.
Paint on rear bumper is thin.
A parking lot shopping cart went straight to the plastic.
Trunk opening is small.
I think an auto-stick is better than paddle shifters on the steering wheel.
I've had my car to a Chevy dealership twice for this noise. The first time a sway bar link was replaced in the back. Still had the clunking noise, sounded like it was bottoming out. Went back a second time because it was in the front now and was told it was the bump stops doing there job. Still making noise but had a trusted technician ride with me to listen to it. He did figure it out. Can't believe it was only a small stone that got wedged in the front spring. No more clunking noise!
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