2014 Chevrolet Camaro LS 2dr Coupe w/2LS (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
I've been on market for a sporty car which wont be a complete gas guzzler like 6.2+ cars. I rented mustang few months ago, however didn't like it much in comparison to 2014 camaro. Camaro is one toy to own and the price is more than fair. front seats are amazing! who wants rear seats in a sport's car anyways? The acceleration is excellent (mustang in comparison had 2-3 sec downtime after pressing the pedal), camaro has no down time. As for trunk, the trunk is decent, fairly big, only problem is the opening is small, but it can be dealt with. If you can afford it, i would suggest you get it.
acceleration, handling, comfort of front seats.
they need to add USB aux port. could add a glove box. For snowy regions they could add a small shovel, (hectic to park and get out from parking when it's snowy on RWD)
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