2017 Chevy Camaro V6 Makes For A Good Rental Car, Sort Of

Regular Cars recently took this almost-new Camaro V6 automatic for a spin and found it sufficiently quick, albeit a tad broken.

With less than 3,000 miles (under 4,828 km) on the clock, this car was already having steering alignment issues, which is really not befitting for a sports car.

However, other than that, we reckon a V6-powered modern Chevy Camaro is a nice way of getting from point A to point B. It’s got good power, sufficient torque and a pleasant soundtrack. This particular model was also equipped with the automaker’s 8-speed paddle shift automatic.

Regarding performance, the Camaro V6 is using a 3.6-liter V6 engine, sending 335 HP (339 PS) and 284 lb-ft (385 Nm) of torque towards its rear wheels, resulting in a 0-60 mph (96 km/h) sprint time of roughly 5 seconds.

All that aside, as you may expect, this review, while shorter than usual, also packs a specific brand of humor, something we’ve gotten used to when it comes to Regular Car video reviews.

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    “which is really not befitting for a sports car.”

    You are correct, if it were one.

    • Wolverine350R

      A car can hit a lot of jumps in 3000 miles.

      • gary4205

        People abuse the hell out of Rental cars.

    • gary4205

      Properly equipped, a Camaro can stick with the best super cars out there, for a third of the money…or less.

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