Sibling to the Camaro SS that bears the V8 engine, Camaro V-6 bluntly states its heart with its name. Yes, it is the lesser of the two but that’s between two of them. In the hierarchy of brands, the V-6 Camaro of Chevrolet comes right on top together with V8.
Design and Performance
Chevrolet engineered a much leaner, shorter, lower and narrower Camaro V-6 for the 2016 edition. The dimensions have been trimmed, cutting at least 300 lbs. of weight from the previous V-6 model. Since several pounds have been lifted, the V-6 core can now summon the power akin to the prowess of its V-8 sibling. It adds 12 more horsepower resulting to 335hp.
It can accelerate from mere zero to 60 in 5.4 seconds and the six-speed manual adds thrill with its smooth and efficient shifts. If you want that revved-up music of throttle, opt for the $895 dual-mode exhaust.
Right inside, you can notice the speedometer and analog tachometer sandwiching a digital screen that aids you configure quite a number of various displays controlled by button showcased on the steering wheel, making them very accessible to the driver. There are also the HVAC controls and another touch screen sitting just above the vents that can utilize Apple’s CarPlay.
- Category : Muscle Car
- Engine : DOHC 24-valve V-6, front engine
- Transmission : 6 speed manual
- Drivetrain : RWD
- Power : 335hp
- Torque : 284 lb.-ft.
- 0-60 mph : 5.4 seconds
- Top Speed : 155 mph (C/D est)
- Mileage : (city) 20 MPG; (highway) 29 MPG
- Price : starting at $32,290 to $35,065 (as tested)