Why a Camaro?
Why a Camaro is a question that is easily answered by enthusiastsThere are very few of us out there that haven't had to be on the lookout for a new car, at one time or another. Sometimes we have the money that is needed that will allow us to actually get a brand new, mint condition car. Other times we need to get one that runs alright but needs a little bit of work in order to get it to peak condition. Whatever financial state you are in when it comes to looking for a new vehicle, one of the questions you should be asking yourself is, "Why a Camaro?"
The answer to that question should actually come back to you, from the voice in your head "why not a Camaro?"
One of the real benefits of this particular kind of car is that Chevrolet has been making one version or another of the model for several decades. The good news for you is that if you have the money to get a new version, you are going to get one that has been refined and improved from one generation to the next. Even if you do not have the money to get yourself the 2014 or 2013 model you can still benefit from the many generations of the car because you will not have to hunt very hard to find parts for older models.
Because the Camaro has actually been around since 1967 you will be able to find quite a few different builds. That means that you will be able to find almost any style and color that suites your desires.
What once was almost exclusively billed as a sports car has changed a bit over the last few years. If you are still looking for a car that looks an awful lot like it should be doing laps with a professional driver behind the wheel, you can find that model.
Beyond the look and feel of a car that has actually been around for about 50 years, there are some very specific reasons why you should buy yourself a new Camaro if you can make it work for your budget.
If you are looking for speed and power, but in a package that will still give you a smooth ride, you will be hard pressed to find much better. The 2013 version of this popular line boasts a 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces 323 horsepower at 6,800 rpm. The car also comes with either a six-speed automatic or manual transmission and some of the most well known reviewers in the business have called the transmission change as "smooth as you can get."
Speed and power are not worth a whole lot if your car does not handle very well. Luckily, the newer Camaros have all gotten very good marks for being able to corner and stop on a dime. That seems like a rare feat when talking about the top sports cars in the auto market.
One big caveat when it comes to the latest models of this this sports car is that there isn't a ton of room and the interior seems to have some corners cut. If you have a family and need a car to go to the grocery store, this probably isn't the vehicle to use. If you are looking for a car to get you around town quickly and in style, then Chevy has given you the means to do so.
When trying to decide "why a Camaro" one of the final factors should be what experts like US News and World reports says about the car. That organization believes that the 2013 model ranked among the top 5 of all "affordable" sports cars. That is a pretty good indicator of a quality car in the sports car genre.