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2015 Chevrolet Camaro OVERVIEW

Chevrolet's classic muscle coupe and convertible offer head-turning looks and raucous performance at an accessible price. The deep model lineup provides plenty of opportunity to build out a sporty commuter, a track star, and everything in-between.

What's New for 2015

Following last year's exterior refresh, the Camaro continues with minor trim adjustments only.

2015 Chevrolet Camaro Glam

Choosing Your Chevrolet Camaro

The Camaro starts out with a 3.6-liter V6 that pumps out a very healthy 323 horsepower. From there, you have a choice of three large V8s: a 6.2-liter with 426 horsepower, a supercharged version of the same with 580 horsepower, and a 7-liter that makes an even 500 horsepower. A six-speed manual transmission is standard across the board, and a six-speed automatic is available with all engines except the 7-liter V8.

Trim levels are broken out according to what's under the hood:


Gets the V6, 18-inch alloy wheels, power seat recliners and a six-speaker sound system with a CD player.


Adds the automatic transmission.


Retains the V6 and adds fog lamps, power seats, Chevrolet's MyLink electronics interface, Blutooth phone and audio, and remote start. Convertibles start at this trim level and come with a power soft top, rear parking sensors and a rearview camera.


Features heated leather seats, auto-dimming outside and rearview mirrors, extra gauges, a head-up display and a nine-speaker Boston Acoustics sound system. Coupes gets the 1LT convertible's parking sensors and rearview camera. The 2LT comes standard with 19-inch wheels, and 20-inchers are available.


Carries the 6.2-liter V8 and the 1LT's convenience features. To go with the extra power, you get a limited-slip differential, 20-inch wheels, a sport-tuned suspension and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.


Adds the luxury and convenience upgrades found on the 2LT. Any SS model with a manual transmission is eligible for 1LE Performance Package, which includes high-performance tires, gearing and suspension tuning.


Available as a coupe and convertible, the ZL1 packs the supercharged V8 and a mountain of other performance upgrades: Brembo brakes, adaptive magnetic suspension dampers, summer performance tires, specially tuned steering, a flat-bottom steering wheel and a carbon-fiber air extractor for the hood. Seats are clad in simulated suede. Other equipment is similar to the 2SS.


Carries the 7-liter V8 and a manual transmission, along with a racing-spec suspension, high-performance tires and carbon-ceramic brakes. The Z28 is a bare-bones coupe, stripped of most creature comforts to keep weight down. Air conditioning is optional, and the stereo has only one speaker.

CarsDirect Tip

The LS can be rather stingy for this class of car (you can't even get a sunroof), making the LT a better buy among V6 Camaros. As for the V8 models, the SS is the mainstream player with potent but civilized performance. The ZL1 and Z28, both of which cost more than the standard Corvette, are for dedicated racers who measures a car's performance with a stopwatch.

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