• Joe Posted: 3/24/2009 9:45am PDT

    "To "Avg Joe" & Gary"

    Get off the site? So, if my opinion differs from yours, I shouldn't post it? As I said, it's for adolescents. Is the rear of your car still jacked up like in 1977? I hope you and Burt Reynolds enjoy your toupee and T-top together. As to not being an "enthusiast", I am, but not enthusiastic about this car. The SS is 3,913lbs, with you in it, well over two tons. Sports car? what?
    Finally, Camaro SS lapped Germany’s Nürburgring in 8 minutes 20 seconds. 2008 Cobalt SS — made its way around in just 8:22. So, what's the big deal?
    It comes down to the sheet metal, retro styling, which isn't enough of a reason for me to get excited about this hyped car.

  • CAMARO24 Posted: 3/23/2009 10:17am PDT

    "canaro24"

    That's OK. Joe and CJV are probably the 4 dr sedan drivers, gripping the wheel with 2 hands, slow driving in the passing lane. I'll toot when I pass them on the right in my new 2010 2LT RS.

  • Steven Posted: 3/23/2009 10:16am PDT

    "Mileage (Revised)"

    Typo - Accord V6 = 19 City/29 Highway.
    Sorry

  • Steven Posted: 3/23/2009 10:14am PDT

    "Mileage "

    According to honda.com an Accord V6 gets 19 City/ 25 Highway. Get your facts correct if you're gonna trash each other.

  • Elroy Posted: 3/23/2009 6:42am PDT

    "Mileage"

    A 2009 V6 Honda Accord gets 17mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.
    The V6 ratings were announced last week and Camaro beats it with 18/29..... Which one would you rather drive?
    It's about time we give some credit to the new products of the D3 instead of just bashing.

  • john Posted: 3/23/2009 2:39am PDT

    "real"

    nice n manly

  • Avg Joe Posted: 3/21/2009 7:24pm PDT

    "Avg Joe"

    Joe...get off the site....CJV.....get off the site. Stick to Consumer Reports. This is an enthusiast website and apparently you aren't enthusiasts. Anyone with a heartbeat should get excited about a new rear wheel drive V8 sports car. If this thing was called the Nissan 370Z I bet you would not have made that comment. And as far as a full size truck getting 16 mpg what world are you living in? My parents have a V8 Mountaineer and it gets 12-13...COMBINED and thats from the on board computer. . . We don't stop playing because we get old, we get old because we stop playing
    -Ben Franklin
    And no I am not even a Camaro fan I actually love Mustangs but even I can admit a great car when I see one.

  • Gary Posted: 3/21/2009 1:26pm PDT

    "grow up to what Joe?"

    What do you want to grow up to Joe? If you are at an age where you want to recline in a Prius, good for you. Some of us still enjoy our cars, want to have fun with our cars. There is a fun factor that you obviously are oblivious to. And it has nothing to do with age, I am old enough to remember the first camaros. Congrats to GM for making a great looking, fun car that is thoroughly modern in handling and mileage, yet remembers the looks and the fun from the past.

  • ScottyScooter Posted: 3/20/2009 10:03pm PDT

    "16 mpg city is good"

    CJV - What kind of mileage to you believe that passenger cars are getting now days? A 2009 V6 Honda Accord gets 17mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.
    This article states that the Camaro SS gets 16mpg city and 24-25mpg on the highway. Chevy is essentially getting the same fuel economy from their 426hp 6.2 liter V8 as Honda is getting with their V6...

  • CJV Posted: 3/20/2009 8:45pm PDT

    "16 mpg? "

    "Mileage is a respectable 16 mpg city..."
    C'mon, really? That mileage would "respectable" for a full size truck, not a car. The new Camaro looks great but the world has changed.

  • Tom Davis Posted: 3/20/2009 6:48pm PDT

    "One Is Enough"

    Sounds like a pretty decent if not formidable car. Now please don't muck it up by making a Pontiac version, then a Saturn version, then a Buick version etc. GM is the worst when it comes to diluting product with too many spinoffs. Enclave, Outlook, Acadia, Traverse-why?

  • Joe Posted: 3/20/2009 5:40pm PDT

    "The new Camaro...."

    is still a car for adolescents. I understand it has "iconic styling" (?) and we're trying to recover our automotive glory days, but it's time to grow up.