There are three available trims of the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro: LS, LT and, of course, SS. Since its introduction in 1969, the Chevy Camaro has been a muscle-car standard in the US and around the world. The new 2011 Camaro features plenty of old-fashioned muscle all right: 312 horsepower in fact. That’s an 8-hp bump up from last year’s Camaro and a heck of a lot more ponies than most cars even dream about! Chevy financing terms are nice right now too…The Dodge Challenger ($24,895), Hyundai Genesis Coupe ($22,250) and the Volkswagen GTI ($23,695) are all having a very difficult time competing. Invoice pricing for the new Camaro ranges between $21,893 and $38,184, depending on variables like the trim you select, options you select, your credit score and more. Factor in the cost of insurance and expect to pay between $500 and $800 monthly.
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Even though the LS and LT versions of the Chevy Camaro 2011 feature a powerful 3.6L 312-horsepower direct-injected V6 engine and 6-speed manual gearbox, they still efficiently deliver 17/28 MPG urban/rural. The Camaro joins together impressive safety, loads of technology, fuel economy and superior handling to create a automotive driving experience like fuel cars in the world are able.
Chevy Camaro SS 2011 standard features include:
6.2L 426-horsepower V8 engine;
6-speed manual transmission;
Independent rear suspension;
20-inch aluminum wheels;
High performance tires;
Limited slip differential;
Heated leather seats;
StabiliTrak electronic stability control with electronic traction control systems;
Other luxurious optional equipment for the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro includes Bluetooth wireless connectivity, Boston Acoustic audio system, power sunroof, exterior stripe packages and more. Schedule a test drive in a new Camaro soon and experience the true driving spirit that keeps these cars so engrained in our memories, generation after generation.