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2010 Chevrolet Camaro Reviews, We Got Them All


2010 Chevrolet Camaro

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If you are looking for a review on the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro you have come to the right place.  To save you some time I have scoured the web to find all the major reviews and first drives so you don't have to waste your time searching around.  Below I will provide you with a quote from each review/first drive along with a link back to the actual article so you can read the complete review.  I will try and list all the major blogs and magazines sites but if I miss any please post them in the comments. I will start off with The Car Connection's own Rex Roy who recently got a little seat time in the new 2010 Camaro.

TheCarConnection.com - First Drive Review: Rex Roy talks about the wait from the initial concept in 2006. "Was it worth the wait? You bet. After a full day of driving the 2010 Chevy Camaro on some of the best and worst roads in Michigan, this car was everything we had hoped for and then some."

LeftLaneNews.com - Review: Left Lane News on how the new 2010 Camaro looks "The neo-Camaro is like a 1969 model with a chopped top, bulging fenders, big wheels and other contemporary design cues."

AutoBlog.com - First Drive Review:  Jonathon Ramsey's take on the interior of the new 2010 Camaro.  "Get in the car, and the Camaro's size asserts itself: it's dark inside. The high beltline, low roof and black interior don't let bundles of excess light to play within the cabin. It isn't dire, but it is somber."

Edmunds.com/InsideLineSS Camaro Review: Daniel Pund on what happens when you drop the hammer "Mash the throttle and the Camaro's peaked nose rises and the exhaust goes full-volume WAAAAUUUGH simultaneously in a way any muscle/pony car fan will recognize.

Jalopnik.comReview: Wes Siler's impressions of the interior "That interior is also going to be a bugbear for the Camaro. While the overall shapes are appealing, the materials are mostly cheap plastic, even on the big knobs that you use to adjust the HVAC and stereo"

AutoWeek.com - V6 and SS Review: J.P. Vettraino's take on the ride quality of the V-6 Camaro "Most remarkable of all, perhaps, is the V6 Camaro's ride quality. Forget whatever connotations "pony car" might inspire. This coupe, thanks in part to the fully independent rear suspension, is as comfortable on bouncy pavement as some midsize sedans"

AutomobileMag.com - First Drive Review: Don Sherman gives his opinion on the back seat of the 2010 Camaro "Entry to the rear seat is restricted by high sills and front buckets that don't readily scoot forward. Passengers in the penalty row ride with their hair pasted onto the roof (those 70 or more inches tall) and a view through tiny triangular portholes."

Cars.comReview: Kelsey Mays on the 2010 Camaro six-speed automatic transmission.  "The optional six-speed automatic holds onto low gears long enough for high-revving acceleration, and it ticks through upshifts seamlessly"

AutomotiveRhythms.com - Review: Kimantni D. Rawlins talks about the 2010 Camaro's competition. "Its brazen style is so strong that Chevy is not only going after its two nemeses Mustang and Challenger, but also Nissan Z, Scion TC, Honda Civic, Mazda RX-8, BMW 3-Series and more. They believe they will have a broad reach amongst younger, well educated consumers"

RoadandTrack.com - Review: Mike Monticello's take on the Camaro's ride quality.  "Out on the road, what the Camaro gives up in precision, it makes up in pure ride quality. This car is downright comfortable! And due to its independent rear suspension, bumps don't make the Camaro SS "hopping" mad."

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  1. "Classic muscle cars"

    good article -- poor muscle cars...
     
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  2. i have bought the new camaro and i also bought the ground effects for the car and i think gm could have come up with a better design on those. they are stuck to the car with two sided sticky tape and screws in certain places and i wonder have they thought just how long those are going to be on the car after the tape wears out???????? i have already had trouble with the one on the nose of the car and the one on the rear and the car was in the shop for 4 days to figure out how they were going to get the front one to stick to the car without it falling off.i was contacted by mr.fitzpatrick from gm and another guy from gm and they told me that they are working on the problem.
     
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