Every year, Motor Authority editors analyze luxury cars to let readers know which ones has the most ferocious performance. After a series of test drives and reviews, the editors agreed that the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS is the best car to buy.
This year's competition also included other top-class cars, such as the fourth-generation Mazda MX-5 Miata, Mercedes-AMG GT S, the new Cadillac ATS-V and CTS-V, and a Lamborghini Aventador SV. For the Chevy Camaro SS, it bagged this year's "Motor Authority Best Car to Buy 2016".
Now, we'll give you the release date, price, specs and review of the newest car from General Motors. According to an article from The Verge, the 2016 Chevy Camaro is great for several driving modes: snow and ice, touring, sport, and, track mode. Moreover, this pumped-up Camaro is powered with a LTI V-8, which means it runs on 455 horsepower and identical numbers when it comes to torque, 455 lb-ft.
Not only that, for the first time, car buyers can order game-changing magnetic dampers on the Camaro SS. This feature turns the Camaro into a true sportscar. It just skims over the road instead of pummeling over dangerous stretches of pavement.
As for the interiors, the car boasts a set of innovative technologies available in the market. The latest Chevy car is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Its improved 7-inch color touchscreen is more intuitive than before, but the optional 8-inch screen and head-up display is even better, and easier to use.
The car also features a standard rear vision camera, which is helpful to eliminate blind spots and prevent and road accidents. For the driver's comfort, there's an adjustable temperature control in air vents.
Meanwhile, Online reports say the 2016 Chevy muscle car is the first to be built in the United States, after more than ten years. General Motors is abolisihing its fifth generation Camaro production in Canada.
The price of 2016 Camaro starts at around $27,000. The Camaro SS version is a certifiable bargain at just about $37,000. For car lovers who to spend more, they are assured to receive the best offers. Add the magnetic dampers, the blatty dual-mode exhaust, and some color-keyed trim for just $45,000.
According to Latinos Health, General Motors will start selling Chevy's premium models early this year.