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2012 Chevrolet Camaro - Features Review

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The 2012 Chevrolet Camaro easily crosses the boundary between retro-themed muscle car and modern high-tech sports coupe with the addition of available options.
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While Ford's Mustang can be had with an astounding touch-screen, sterling navigation operation, dual-zone climate control, six-disc CD changer and a reversing camera, the Camaro gets no such fripperies

HVAC controls require a lot of attention to get the desired airflow

There's no LCD in this dashboard, and no onboard navigation system available. Instead, the Camaro offers route guidance through OnStar, which we regard as an inferior solution

uplevel Boston Acoustics audio system, which sounded about how you'd expect: not particularly sophisticated, but plenty loud and punchy

The low-end versions, about $25,000, arguably were the best of the bunch.
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The 2012 Chevy Camaro offers a lot of performance for its price, but it also packs in quite a few standard features--and offers many more through available upgrade packages.

Standard gear in every Camaro includes Sirius XM Satellite Radio, OnStar (with six months service included), Bluetooth phone connectivity, a graphic display AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio system with auxiliary input for iPod, oil-life monitoring, and steering-wheel mounted cruise control.

Available upgrade packages include the Convenience and Connectivity package, which adds USB support, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, remote start (with automatic transmissions, and Preferred Device Interface Module (PDIM). Other upgrades offer navigation, sunroof, and a wide range of appearance modifications.


The 2012 Chevrolet Camaro easily crosses the boundary between retro-themed muscle car and modern high-tech sports coupe with the addition of available options.

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