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FEATURES | 8 out of 10
Standard features include power windows and locks, keyless entry
A nicely outfitted, fire-breathing, V-8-powered Camaro SS can be yours for around $35K
Best you can get from the factory is a single CD player
As good as the new 2010 Chevrolet Camaro is, the folks at GM knew they wouldn't be able to sell many unless the cars boasted the requisite modern features that consumers demand while coming in at a reasonable price. Despite some doubts in the industry about GM's ability to deliver such a product, the Chevrolet Camaro scores on both counts.
All variants of the 2010 Chevy Camaro come with quite a few standard features, like a "six-speaker CD system with an auxiliary input jack" that Cars.com says, "for a base stereo...doesn't sound too shabby." Cars.com points out that other "standard features include power windows and locks, keyless entry, A/C and cruise control." Motor Trend reviewers are pleased to report that the "base price for the V-6 edition is just $22,995—and that car is by no means a rental-fleet special." Motor Trend adds that "standard features include XM Radio...a tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and turn-by-turn OnStar voice prompts," although they note that "a nav screen is not offered." While the base features on the Chevrolet Camaro are perhaps higher than what you'd expect on a sub-$23,000 model, Autoblog points out that, "based on features, the Mustang owns the modern convenience battle inside."
For those with a little extra dough to spend on their 2010 Chevrolet Camaro, reviews read by TheCarConnection.com note the availability of a few options that might be worth the money. Cars.com says a "nine-speaker Boston Acoustics sound system" can be called upon to pump tunes throughout your 2010 Chevrolet Camaro, but "while it does crank out more bass, it doesn't do much to improve sound clarity." This probably says more about the quality of the base system, however, than it does about the upgraded package. Autoblog also states that "the best you can get from the factory is a single CD player," although the 2010 Chevy Camaro can be had with "Bluetooth connectivity, a USB port and iPod controls [that] come with the Connectivity Package." How much can you spend? Cars.com informs us that "fully loaded—with heated leather seats, a moonroof and a litany of exterior add-ons—the V-6 Camaro can top out around $40,000," while SS versions of the 2010 Chevy Camaro approach the $45,000 mark.
The 2010 Chevrolet Camaro doesn’t lead the pack for features, but it offers a lot of value for the money.