Chevrolet Camaro 2017

Latest update :

2018-05-22

Trim/Grade :

RS - 335 HP - 383 Nm - 8-Speed Tiptronic

Is this car for me?

Coupe styling, rear-wheel drive, 335HP or more, there is not much to say about the Camaro. Most people would buy it for the looks, but underneath these pretty looks lies a menacing mix of power and handling.

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The prices provided by Karrenn might vary at any given time. It is recommended to refer to the dealer for a final quotation. The dealer holds the right to modify the prices and specs at any given moment and without prior notice.

PROS

-Eye-catching styling -Excellent handling and dynamics -Choice of 6 and 8 Cylinders

CONS

-Poor outward visibility -Challenging back-seat and trunk access

WARRANTY

3 Years - 100,000 Km

*Prices and features as provided by IMPEX, Chevrolet's dealer in Lebanon
*When first-hand experience is not available, Pros & Cons are taken from wordlwide leading automotive websites like
Edmunds, Car and Driver and Top Gear.

FREE Registration on all Chevrolet cars in Ramadan. Save $3,500 and up on the Camaro.

PRICES & OPTIONS (all included)

Both cars below come with:

- Transmission: 8-Speed auto transmission w/ Paddle shifters
- Brakes: Brembo performance 4-pistons front & rear
- Airbags: Frontal, side, knee, curtain
- Screen: Chevrolet MyLink 8" touch screen
- Xenon headlights
- 20" wheels

Camaro RS ($59,500 - $56,000) Save $3,500 - Here's the best selling Camaro, you've probably seen many on our streets, but note that 2016 models and above are redesigned. This is the new Camaro:

- Engine: 3.6L V6 335HP
- Suspension: Sport
- Drive Selector: Snow/Ice, Tour, Sport
- 6-speakers
- Rear camera
- Remote vehicle starter
- Power seats (leather optional)

Camaro SS ($75,000 - $70,000) Save $5,000 and previously decreased by $8,000 (total saving $13,000) - The extra money gets you the glorious V8 with a more track oriented setting and a cabin full of high-tech gadgets and features:

- Engine: 6.2L V8 455HP
- Suspension: Performance
- Drive Selector: Snow/Ice, Tour, Sport, Track
- Limited slip differential
- Safety: Rear cross-traffic alert + Blind zone alert + Lane change alert
- Leather seats, heated/ventilated
- Digital dual-zone A/C
- Bose 9-speaker system
- 8" color driver information display
- Interior ambient lighting
- Sunroof
- Wireless charging

Camaro 50th Anniversary ($69,000 - $65,000) Save $4,000

Camaro RS Convertible ($71,500 - $67,500) Save $4,000

WHICH ONE TO GO FOR

In a previous review, the price difference between the RS and SS was $23,000. Back then we recommended the RS because it offers power that we think is plenty, while keeping everyday driving comfortable and offering some decent specs and equipment. We said that we would much prefer the historic SS version and its distinguished V8 growl, but we don't think that extra money is worth it, especially that we doubt you'll be able to put all them 455 horses to good use, knowing that Lebanon lacks a track large enough for this kind of power. Now the difference between both cars is down to $14,000 which makes going for the SS absolutely worth it. Get the SS, and take us for a ride.

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