The Camaro is all about power and performance, and Chevrolet offers both in a prominent package. The new 2012 edition features numerous improvements over previous years: more V6 engine power, new SS coupe suspension, and interior upgrades across the board. Best of all, the new ZL1 resurrects the car’s legendary, supercharged V8 engine.
America’s celebrated muscle car is available as a convertible or coupe. Black steel wheels, keyless entry, cruise control, automatic headlights, Bluetooth wireless technology, CD stereo with satellite radio, and General Motors’ OnStar communication system are some of the standard features of the 2012 Chevrolet Camaro. Upgrade options include alloy wheels, adjustable power seats, remote ignition, leather upholstery, an iPod interface and connectivity upgrades, rear park camera and assistance, and a whole lot more.
New car buyers can customize their 2012 Camaro with larger wheels, a sunroof, xenon headlights, and various exterior design trims. For example, the highly-anticipated 45th anniversary edition features black metallic paint (called Carbon Flash), wide stripes, black leather upholstery, and embroidered trim in all-American red, white, and blue colors.
Regarding fuel efficiency, 22 miles per gallon is the combined rating for the 2012 Chevy Camaro. As with all cars, the manual transmission gets slightly better gas mileage than the automatic transmission. OnStar, airbags, stability control, and antilock brakes are standard on the Camaro, which got excellent ratings in government brake testing.
Since 1967, the Chevrolet Camaro has been a favorite among American muscle car enthusiasts. The 2012 edition offers a modern take on the legendary classic. Whatever model or trim level, the prominent Camaro makes a definite statement on the road. See for yourself – test drive one today at Les Stanford Chevrolet Cadillac!