2018 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS review


That’s the biggest difference between the Camaro and its major rival, the Ford Mustang. It’s also the reason why the Camaro starts from $85,990 plus on-road costs, standard with an eight-speed automatic.

Compare that to an auto Mustang, which starts from $66,259 before on-roads, and the pricing gulf looks extreme. Part of that comes from the conversion work HSV carries out on the Chevrolet at its Clayton factory, but part also accounts for a fairly generous equipment list.

Along with the Camaro’s naturally aspirated 6.2-litre LT1 V8 packing 339kW and 617Nm, the Camaro ‘2SS’ Australia sees also comes preloaded with a powered sunroof, leather trim, heated and cooled front seats with electric adjustment, dual-zone climate control, and an 8.0-inch TFT driver display.

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