2001 Camaro Z28
The fuel fill location on the new Camaro is on the passenger side.
Do you care?
Do you care?
Ya, but where does this can sell the most??? USA or all other countries combined?A majority of the countries it's going to be marketed in (Japan, Africa, Europe), drive on the right side of the left, not the right, which makes the gas pumps easier to get to, for them, for the RHD setups. Kind of a trade off to keep the car selling world wide so that the V8's are still a viable option.
That's what I figured, because I remember talking about it before.Maybe there was a reason he started the thread, something from the Focus group maybe
I believe it is on that side because of the Aussie design team put it on that side because it will be on the drivers side for them because there cars are right hand drive. I'm sure it would cost more to have it on the drivers side for them and us both.I like mine to be on the driver side. My reason is when I'm at the gas station in a not so safe place or late at night and so on, I like to be as close to the drivers door as possible. I feel a lot safer that way. My CTS is on the passenger side and I feel a little unconfortable sometimes at the gas station being that far away from the drivers door.
That's funny, I always pull up to the pump with the passenger side facing the pump in my Corvette too. I like the idea of opening my door without worrying about some pump, pillar or trashcan in my way. So, the answer to the question is: I don't care, in fact, I like the filler on the passenger side!:thumbsup:Like I've said before, I like the passenger side. On my Corvette, it's in the middle, and I CHOOSE to pull up on the passenger side. I am always worried about banging my door into not only the gas pumps, but the stacks of firewood/soda that the gas stations stack up at the end of the pumps.
So, the poll should have another choice, instead of don't care, I would choose "glad that it's on the passenger side".