Parking the new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro in your driveway will cost $26,695, including the $995 destination charge. That’s a cut from $27,000 for the same trim on a 2015 Camaro. If you prefer a V8 under the hood, then the base 1SS goes for $37,295, compared to $34,500 for that model currently. The 2016 Camaro is offered as a coupe […]Read more "2016 Chevrolet Camaro Starts at $26,695"
Back in May, Chevrolet introduced a redesigned Camaro. Now, and not at all surprisingly, the Bowtie brand is showing off the latest Camaro convertible, based on the coupe that debuted on Belle Isle in Detroit. From the beltline down, this is the same car that was so well-received last month. But above the waist, there’s an all-new, […]Read more "2016 Chevy Camaro Convertible Gets Cleaner Looks, Improved Refinement"
Four Chevrolet vehicles earned top awards in the 2014 AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Awards, which measure customer satisfaction in 50 categories. The four awards are the most won by any single manufacturer this year. Award-winning Chevrolets and their segments are: Impala – Large Car Sonic – Economy car Corvette – Sports car Camaro – Sporty car […]Read more "2014 AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Awards Four Chevrolet, the most by a single vehicle manufacturer!"