Thursday, September 1, 2011

2010 Chevrolet

This past year the resurrection from the Chevy Camaro left everyone in the Paris show room shocked. This year, Chevrolet Camaro cut back the true meaning of muscle car.

I'll just tell that it simply rocks. Similar to the old days, an V8 supercharged engine will leave smoking burnouts in the parking lo. The new Dodge Challenger looks hot, and Ford Mustang may be pretty sweet too. However, the Camaro V6 model is in a different league. Even more impressive is the fact that despite these drawbacks, it's still quoted as one of the best performance car in its class. The burning rubber acceleration of 5.0 sec on 0 - 60 mph run will leave everyone's mouth hanging open.

Being developed on a shorter and delicate version of the GM's Zeta platform, that is also used by the Pontiac G8 sedan, the Camaro comes with an independent suspension in the rear and an upgraded handling performance. The base trim direct-injected 3.6 liter engine, packed with V6 cylinders, functions great and is extreme as the pricey feature from the Cadillac CTS sedan, while the 6.2 liter engine with V8 cylinders is really a monster. Developing 426 hp, this one will pummel you into the seat when it starts roaring.

This doesn't mean that Chevrolet has established somehow the perfect coupe performance. While its style is very appealing, the car's retro based exterior and better beltline live hardly any for the glass. Thus the little gun slit windshield decreases the visibility, especially when you are looking at fitting the car into tighter corners. Another inconvenience may be the lack of quality with regards to interior. We're talking about materials that aren't bad, however the competition does this better. That combined with the amusingly small trunk and with the insufficient navigation system embedded from factory make the Camaro lose points.

But will you care one bit? Camaro is definitely a good car. V8 roaring engine, cool styling, decent handling (compared with the quantity of hp) not to mention unbeatable price, many of these making this years Chevy Camaro a must have.

Talking performance, you best keep your hats. The V8 engine will knock the breath out of you, combined with a six speed manual transmission gives you the sensation of being on the race track. The cylinder deactivation feature is very important since it calculates the amount of power necessary and deactivate unnecessary cylinders, leading to a competent fuel economy system. 24 mpg for any V8 engine isn't exactly inefficient.

Be that as it may, on a muscle car safety can't be ignored. Therefore standard features include antilock braking disks, ESP, front air bags and full length side airbags. OnStar navigation with a graphical display in the gauge cluster is really a major requirement.

Regarding driving, this muscle car is recognized as a smart choice option for people who choose adrenaline filling driving. Regards directed to the undefeated mixture of huge powerful engine, tar sticking grip and high tech suspension. It has enough spirit to give the BMW 135i a run for it's money, considering that the 2010 Camaro is a lot cheaper compared to BMW.

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