About Chevrolet Camaro
Chevrolet Camaro, as a pony car also a muscle car, has been produced by General Motors' Chevrolet Division from 1966 to 2002, then it was put into production again in 2009. When it was first introduced into the market on September 29, 1996 for the 1967 model year, Chevrolet Camaro was meant to replace the predecessor Chevrolet Corvair and compete with the Ford Mustang. Until now, it has been manufactured through six generations. During these years, Chevrolet Camaro has helped Bob Jane won Australian Touring Car Championships for 1971 and 1972; it also has received the recognition of World Car Design of the Year and Motor Trend's Car of the Year honorary title for 2016.
The fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro (2010-2015) was a revived version based on 2006 Camaro Concept and 2007 Camaro Convertible Concept. It officially arrived at the market in spring of 2009 as a 2010 model. Camaro was offered in LS, LT, and SS trim levels for coupé and convertible. Chevrolet Camaro was then powered by engines ranging from 3.6 L V6 to 7.0 L V8 engines attached to 6-speed automatic or manual transmissions. Then on May 16, 2015, Chevrolet introduced the sixth-generation Camaro (2016-present). Now, there are 1LT, 2LT, 1SS, 2SS, and 1LS (exclusively as a Coupe) trim levels available. Engine options are scaled down to four including 2.0 L inline 4-cylinder engine, 3.6 L V6, and 6.2 L LT1 and LT4 V8 engines. As for transmissions, they are upgraded to 8-speed and 10-speed automatic.
Chevrolet Camaro Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
Chevrolet Camaro is very prevalent among young people who pursue for high performance and fast speed. In order to make fullest use of it for a longer time, you need know how to maintain it well. Because as accumulation of mileage, problems would come for it:
First, premature reduced engine performance. This problem really broke Chevrolet Camaro owners' heart as they value high performance a lot. According to their driving experience as engine misfiring, stalling or decrease in power, acceleration and fuel economy, they are really disappointed. Difficulty in starting the Camaro is not rare either. Illuminated Check Engine Light is the most obvious sign to remind you of checking Camaro intake manifold gasket, Camaro fuel pump, Camaro rocker arm and spark plug.
Second, clunking noises and excessive vibration influenced driving experience. When driving, continuous clunking noises or rattling sound especially when going around corners at low speeds really bothered Chevrolet Camaro drivers. Besides, the excessive vibration and wheel movement would not only impair handling but also do severe damage to front tire and brake. In order to avoid dangers brought by noise diving while braking, you need inspect Camaro steering knuckle, Camaro shock absorber and Camaro control arm completely.
While in order to make sure all auto parts operating well to assist the vehicle to run at the prime condition, you need to take more effort. Seat belt is a genius invention, as it can hold people back from being throwing away when in sudden movement, and in this way, people's life can be saved. However, for your safety's sake, you had better replace it after every accident. Windshield wiper or wiper blade could sweep any debris that block driving vision by swinging its wiper arm, it should also get a replacement at least a year.
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