In the world of epic muscle car battles, there is no finer fight than the one between the Chevrolet Camaro and the Ford Mustang. Both marques have been around for 50 years now, and both have ardent, if not fanatical, supporters. And while a muscle car is a muscle car is a muscle car, there are differences between the two models.
First off, Chevrolet offers two years of free maintenance on the Camaro. Ford doesn’t have a maintenance program. All Camaro models start from a toned exterior sculpted for aerodynamic efficiency. The LT comes standard with 18-inch aluminum wheels, LED daytime running lamps, halogen projector-beam headlamps and a grille unique to LT. Add the RS Appearance Package for:
The sports car’s mass-savings allows the LT’s standard turbo engine to put all of its 275 hp and 295 lb.-ft. of torque to work. Expect great efficiency plus surprising cornering and braking, and 0 to 60 manual time of 5.4 seconds, (5.5 automatic). The Mustang comes with a 3.15 limited-slip rear axle and 3.7L Ti-VCT V6 engine paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. The fuel-efficiency of the Camaro’s 2.0L 4-cylinder Turbo makes it the easy choice when it comes to power and saving on fuel costs. And the interior refinements include 4G LTE Wi-Fi, Apple CarPlay compatibility, a standard 7-inch and available 8-inch diagonal touch-screen, available MyLink Navigation, voice-activated controls and SiriusXM with a trial subscription to SiriusXM All-Access for 12 months. Browse Chevrolet Camaro Inventory