Chevy Camaro Review
The 2010 Chevy Camaro looks like a breath of a fresh air in the US automobile industry. Chevy has reintroduced 2010 Camaro car after eight years of retiring the muscle car theme that was a huge disappointment for many enthusiasts. New 2010 Chevrolet Camaro is a 2-door, 4-passenger sports car that excels in design, handling, power, efficiency, convenience, comfort, safety over the previous models. It manages to create an actual and futuristic look of the 21st century. The 2010 Camaro delivers the best of both worlds like a thoroughly modern, advanced package of sporty driving, comfort and technology and great heritage. With a hurricane of publicity around this model the excitement level is risen sky high.
A quick look at the new 2010 Camaro model shows that along with the traditional look Chevy is offers an advanced formula of "Reborn Muscle Car Movement". It is a mix of modern technology, higher horsepower, better suspension and vastly improved fuel economy. Impressively, the new Chevy Camaro is an excellent performance-car value whether it's equipped with the base direct-injected V6 or the optional V8. While appealingly styled, the car's retro-themed exterior and high beltline leave little room for glass, and the resulting gun-slit-like windshield and windows compromise outward visibility to the point that it can be difficult to place the car in tight corners.
The 2010 Chevrolet Camaro performance coupe is available in five trim levels: base LS, 1LT, 2LT, 1SS and 2SS. But even the most simple package is no-excuses good. Even the for Camaro in V6 automatic trim is no longer something that enthusiasts will snicker at. Options (or standard accessories, depending on model) include: Bluetooth, a USB port with full iPod integration, a leather-wrapped wheel and shift knob, six-way power driver's seat, heated leather seats, and a 245-watt, nine-speaker audio rig. Standard 2010 Camaro accessories include XM Radio, steering-wheel-mounted cruise controls, an auxiliary jack for MP3 players, front sport bucket seats with adjustable head restraints and rear-seat trunk pass-through, and turn-by-turn OnStar voice prompts (a navigation screen is not offered), a tilt/telescoping wheel.
2010 Chevy Camaro Exterior and interior is combining great look, tremendous performance and advanced technology. The SS trim's front fascia ads the front air scoop, hid and brake cooling slots. An optional RS Package is available with 20-inch flangeless painted-aluminum wheels with Midnight Silver finish; body-color roof ditch molding; high intensity discharge headlamps with integral halo rings; unique tail lights; and rear spoiler when LT model is ordered. The front and rear, body color front fascia with front Camaro grille and rear diffuser is standard.
Cloth upholstery is standard and leather-appointed seats are included on 2LT and 2SS models. Four-way manual adjustment including fore/aft and up/down on the driver seat and two-way adjustment on the passenger seat is standard. Heated, leather-trimmed seats with driver six-way power adjustment are optional. Inside the four-passenger cabin, gets a distinctive glow with an available ambient light package with advanced LED light pipe technology.
Standard safety features include antilock disc brakes, stability control, front-seat side airbags and full-length side curtain airbags. Basic OnStar is standard on the LS and 1SS, while the 1LT, 2LT and 2SS receive OnStar with turn-by-turn navigation featuring a graphical display in the gauge cluster. The 2010 Chevy Camaro is the no-brainer choice among muscle cars for those who enjoy spirited driving, thanks to its unbeatable combination of big power, ample grip and refined suspension tuning. It's even got enough finesse to give a level of luxury performance coupes. What's more, for all its performance capabilities, the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro still manages to be quite civil around town and on the highway in terms of both ride quality and wind/road noise.