Consumer Reviews Summary
19 of 20 (95%) customers said they would recommend this vehicle to a friend.
2015 Chevrolet Camaro Overview
- Rear-wheel drive, modern day muscle car
- Choice of powerful V-6 and V-8 engines
- ZL1 and Z/28 high-performance trims
The 2015 Chevrolet Camaro relies on the old, proven formula of lots of horsepower, rear-wheel drive, and plenty of tire smoking fun.
Featuring one of the most distinctive silhouettes on the road today, the Camaro’s styling combines a futuristic look with old-school proportions – long hood up front with a short rear deck lid that gives the impression of speed. Last year the Camaro added new front and rear styling, including new headlight and taillight housings, as well as a sleeker front grille. These changes carry on into 2015; the only change for the new model year is a reshuffling of a few of the paint colors. The Camaro is offered in two body styles: coupe and convertible.
Though the Camaro’s styling and pedigree invokes the past and the hey-day of muscle cars from the 60’s and 70’s, it also features plenty state of the art technology both in the cabin and under the hood. Engine options include a 323-hp 3.6-liter V-6 which is the base engine, and several different varieties of V-8. SS models get a 6.2-liter V-8 that makes 426-hp, or 400-hp with an Active Fuel Management system that comes with the automatic transmission and improves fuel economy. A 500-hp, 7.0-liter V-8 borrowed from the Corvette goes into the Z/28 trim, while the ZL1 gets a 580-hp, supercharged 6.2-liter V-8. V-6 models return up to 30 mpg on the highway, which means all that horsepower won’t cost you at the pump.
Inside, a frameless rearview mirror and a unique instrument panel are the highlights. Air conditioning, power windows and locks, and keyless entry comes standard. A new color head-up display which projects vital information like speed and RPM on the windshield is optional. One thing to note about the Camaro – its design is unique and eye-catching, but that slim rear glass makes it one of the hardest cars to see out of that we’ve ever encountered. A rearview camera is optional and definitely something we’d spring for on the Camaro.
The requisite standard safety features are there, six airbags, electronic stability system, daytime running lamps, and antilock brakes, along with OnStar crash response (standard for the first six months).