The original Chevrolet Camaro was released as a competition to the Ford Mustang, which was the favorite car for Ohio residents back in the 60s. The concept was simple; give the folks top notch performance in a stylish packaging that makes an aggressive grunt. Soon, the Chevrolet Camaro became the darling of the muscle car segment. Half a century later, Chevrolet still follows the same old formula, which is why it is one of the most popular cars today on the roads of Claridon, Troy, Middlefield, Montville, Parkman, Aurora, Warren and Cleveland Ohio.
The engine depends on your choice of the trim. The LS and LT versions house a 3.6 liter V6 power plant that gives off an ample 323hp along with 278 pounds per feet. For the V6, a manual transmission is equipped by default, but you may also opt for a six speed automatic. The SS on the other hand comes with a high powered V8 with a 6.2 liter capacity that powers the wheels with 426 horses. If you choose to go for an auto on the V8, the horsepower is reduced to 400hp in order to support smooth gear changes.
However, the cream of the crop is definitely the ZL1, which supercharges the V8 to increase the horses to an incredible 580hp. Should you choose to make rounds along Burton's racetrack's, the Camaro is sure to give any other car a run for their money.
There's a reason why this particular car was chosen to represent Bumblebee in the recent Transformers movie. The Camaro simply has a more aggressive road presence than any other car on the roads of Claridon, Troy, Middlefield, Montville, Parkman, Aurora, Warren or Cleveland Ohio. Available in either a convertible or coupe styling, the front hood is streamlined in order to allow for the maximum aerodynamic element.
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