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post #1 of 3 Old 04-30-2018, 02:48 PM Thread Starter
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I'm new here. I wanted to say that for the first time yesterday I went to test drive a Camaro. It was a manual 2018 2SS. OMG, Amazing, Pure muscle. Loved it. Seats were super comfortable, the best seats I've ever put my butt on. The power was great, the sound of the exhaust and the engine was a dream...specially when switching to a lower gear What a sound!

I currently have a Charger SRT8 SuperBee, and a Lotus Evora 400 (I'm a Lotus driver, it is my 3rd Lotus. Previously I had a 2011 Elise R and a 2103 Lotus NA) My Charger is 2009 and it is my daily. I enjoy it because of the power but mainly because of the practicality of the 4 doors and trunk space.

I was thinking about replacing it for a Camaro V8 but the problem I saw was that the Camaro has no room inside to put things in (compartments) and the trunk opening is super small. It is very odd and for me it is a necessity. Otherwise what fantastic car.

Will the 2019 Camaro have more space inside (compartments)?
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post #2 of 3 Old 05-02-2018, 11:25 AM
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Hello,

I'm new here. I wanted to say that for the first time yesterday I went to test drive a Camaro. It was a manual 2018 2SS. OMG, Amazing, Pure muscle. Loved it. Seats were super comfortable, the best seats I've ever put my butt on. The power was great, the sound of the exhaust and the engine was a dream...specially when switching to a lower gear What a sound!

I currently have a Charger SRT8 SuperBee, and a Lotus Evora 400 (I'm a Lotus driver, it is my 3rd Lotus. Previously I had a 2011 Elise R and a 2103 Lotus NA) My Charger is 2009 and it is my daily. I enjoy it because of the power but mainly because of the practicality of the 4 doors and trunk space.

I was thinking about replacing it for a Camaro V8 but the problem I saw was that the Camaro has no room inside to put things in (compartments) and the trunk opening is super small. It is very odd and for me it is a necessity. Otherwise what fantastic car.

Will the 2019 Camaro have more space inside (compartments)?
My understanding is that it's identical to the 2016-18 models with the exception of the front end & rear end refresh.
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Have a look at the Cadillac CTS-V. Great performance, even better comfort, and it's got all the storage you'd want.

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