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2012 Camaro RS 2LT Convertable - Triple Black by Dan - Hoffman Estates, Illinois on 03/28/2013. Trim: 2012 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible 2LT, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Easy and fun to drive. OnStar is nice to have. It has a very nice heavy wide-car feel. Nice stereo. Offers a sports car ride at an affordable price. Like the convertable top down driving around in the sunshine. The paddle shifters lets you use a clutchless manual or switch to automatic. Nice 20" chrome wheels.
Cons: Cannot get too far down the road until someone wants to race. Nothing else to add.
Overall review: Overall, I would say it's a wide-track, heavy car. Curb weight: is 3,995. Lbs. No, it isn't a true sports car, but it's a lot less to insure and the up keep isn't as much as a truck, van or S.U.V. After driving it for a few weeks now, I wonder why I didn't buy one sooner. I own four cars. This is my daily driver. If you buy one and want to change the oil yourself, please use an AC Delco oil filter and six quarts of 5-30 synthetic motor oil for the V-6 The computer for this car is set for 87 octane. Anything else is a waste of money. Yes, you can add premium once in a while. I would suggest buying one today. Make a decision and stick to it. It's not like you're spending as much as you would for the Corvette and not have to worry about where you park. I own a Corvette, too. It's a sports car, the Camaro is listed as a "sporty car" as is the Mustang. I own a Mustang GT, too. It's fun, but not as big and wide as the Camaro. If you're looking for a smooth riding car, buy a Buick.
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