Get more power, better handling from 2016 Camaro
For the many automotive enthusiasts around Edmonton, they really only truly recognize two times of the year, driving season and the-car-is-put-away season. Luckily we are smack at the beginning of driving season, and people may be considering picking up a summer car. Don Wheaton has a number of excellent options available for potential buyers to choose among. However, so does the competition. Without question, the 2016 Chevy Camaro is the best modern version of the sports coupe to be built. The sixth-generation available at Don Wheaton has undergone incredible changes. Here are three reasons to choose the 2016 Camaro Convertible over the 2016 Mustang Convertible.
New Camaro offers most advanced convertible top
Convertible versions of the Camaro and Mustang have been battling it out for a number of years. However, the 2016 model is the one where a clear winner will be declared. First appearing on the Corvette Stingray convertible, Chevy adopted the same truly automatic rag top for the Camaro. Unlike the 2016 Mustang, a driver behind the wheel of the all new Camaro can open and close the car’s top without ever touching it. The Mustang still requires a manual latch to be manipulated when opening can closing its rag top.
Why is the Camaro Convertible top better?
- True hands-free operation
- Roof material helps absorb road noise
- Can be raised or lowered while moving.
2016 Camaro is faster than the 2016 Mustang
The whole point of owning a high-performance convertible like the 2016 Chevy Camaro or 2016 Ford Mustang is to put the top down and feel the wind through the cabin. In the event this isn’t enough for some drivers, both vehicles offer engine packages which can produce more than 400 horsepower. Taking a quick look at the 2016 Camaro SS and 2016 Mustang GT, reveals a power advantage for the new Chevy Pony Car. Under the hood of the new Camaro SS sits the naturally aspirated LT1, 6.2-liter, small block V-8 engine capable of making 455 horsepower and 455 pound-feet of torque. By comparison, the 2016 Mustang GT convertible tops out at 435 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque.
Why is the 2016 Camaro faster?
- Camaro SS offers more power than Mustang GT
- Eight-speed automatic available with Camaro SS
- Camaro SS has faster 0-60 mph time: 4.0 sec. vs. 4.7 sec.
Get better handling with the 2016 Camaro SS
Historically, lighter cars have a harder time handling road imperfections than heavier models. The 2016 Camaro SS easily disproves this idea. Chevrolet designers built the new 2016 Camaro SS to be as close to track ready as possible from the minute it leaves a dealership like Don Wheaton. Owners of the Camaro SS will have several selectable driving modes to dial-in the exact experience they are looking for, including a special track option, as well as Magnetic Ride Control. In fact, some independent reviews have noted the 2016 Mustang can be a little stiff when encountering bumps in the road.
Why does the 2016 Camaro handle better?
- Available third-generation Magnetic Ride Control
- Customizable performance modes
- Incredible refinement by sports car standards
If you would like to learn more about why you should choose the 2016 Camaro over the 2016 Mustang, contact a Don Wheaton sales professional today.