The Camaro coupe costs more than the less powerful Nissan 370Z, but it’s cheaper than the similarly powered Vauxhall VXR8. However, to get the claimed 20mpg average, you’ll have to drive it in a way that completely defeats the object, and the CO2 output is equally scary at 329g/km. Resale values won’t be that great, either.
Chevrolet CAMARO Coupe quality & reliability
American cars aren’t famed for their cabin quality, and the Camaro is a prime example of why. Many of the materials used would disappoint in a car costing half as much in Europe, and there’s little finesse in the operation of the switchgear. The Camaro’s reliability is something of an unknown quantity.
Chevrolet CAMARO Coupe safety & security
The Camaro’s prodigious power is backed-up by strong brakes and stability control to help keep you out of trouble. There are also six airbags included as standard to keep you safe should the need arise.