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post #1 of 8 Old 12-04-2019, 07:18 AM Thread Starter
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5th gen with less miles or 6 gen for first camaro

Hello all, looking for your opinions. I recently sold my Jeep wrangler and looking to purchase my first wrangler. I have looked at both a 2014 camaro 2ss in beautiful shape 34,000 miles that is an automatic. I cant decide between it and a beautiful 2015 gen6 1ss manual with 63,000 miles. Both will be financed for 5 years. Any input is appreciated
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post #2 of 8 Old 12-10-2019, 01:06 PM
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Either will be fine. Figure out if you want to row gears or let technology shift.
If you drive in a lot of traffic, the auto's the way to go.

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Test drive both, and see which one you like best....oh, btw...it's probably a typo, but 2015 is still a 5th gen. Probably meant 2016 gen6 1ss.
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post #4 of 8 Old 12-17-2019, 09:45 PM
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Ok, is there any good or bad years for the Gen 5? I'm thinking 2015 would be best, no?
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Nope. All are good unless you get a convertible. Some of the tops leaked.

James 1:25 Ordered from Faulkner Chevy #NKCF02 1100 5/8/9 2000, 3300 7/16/9 TPW 7/20,GOT MY (low) VIN! 4000 7/24/9 ,Picked up 8/7/9!!! Signed Litho #45. Car signed by FBodfather 2011. Service: Jennings Chevy in PA. We don't "drift", kiddies... we POWER SLIDE! MOTM/COTM Sept 2012 Pro Patria Vigilans.
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Nope. All are good unless you get a convertible. Some of the tops leaked.
Thanks Patriotpa, no convertible for me! We learned our lesson there!
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Nope. All are good unless you get a convertible. Some of the tops leaked.
Thanks Patriotpa, no convertible for me! We learned our lesson there!
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Hello all, looking for your opinions. I recently sold my Jeep wrangler and looking to purchase my first wrangler. I have looked at both a 2014 camaro 2ss in beautiful shape 34,000 miles that is an automatic. I cant decide between it and a beautiful 2015 gen6 1ss manual with 63,000 miles. Both will be financed for 5 years. Any input is appreciated
If it's in your budget, definitely go for an SS. Parts are more common, more reliable, and it will retain its value more so than its V6 counter part.
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