Tuesday, April 19, 2011

The Chevrolet Camaro Was Introduced a compact car

Camaro SS

The Super Sport struggles to remember the days of big block power. Chevrolet website states that this 6.2-liter V8 engine can get a real world 19 mpg in the test cycle of the EPA. But with 422 horses available, many of them will not be able to maintain sufficient in itself to see your best mileage. In fact, after meeting the SS, it was difficult to return to the dealer. The SS does all the RS does, but more strongly. The treatment is somewhat compromised by the engine is heavier, but the suspension does a good job of reigning in the case of understeer becomes a problem, prudent (not widespread, especially the SS) the application of gas that help you step right rear independent steering and out of vehicles. "

Conclusion

To stay at least 300 horsepower and an impressive number of standard equipment, the 2010 Camaro is fun. Check the option box for the engine of the SS and feel superhuman when behind the wheel. Although the outward visibility is compromised in some way, there will be mistakes down the road is nothing more than a Camaro. Given all this, it is not surprising that this vehicle has earned the status of collection of the best of a consumer purchase.

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The Chevrolet Camaro Was Introduced a compact car in North America by the Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors at the start of the 1967 model year as competition for the Ford Mustang.

Although It Was Technically a compact (by the standards of the time), the Camaro, like the Entire class of Mustang competitiors, soon Was Known as a pony car.

Though the car's name Was contrived with No Meaning, General Motors Researchers found a Frenchman in the word dictionary as a slang term for "friend" or "companion." Ford Motor Company Researchers Discovered other definitions, Including "a shrimp-like creatures" and an arcane term for "loose bowels"! In Some automotive periodicals before official release, It Was code-named "Panther."
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