For 2020, the Camaro's 10-speed automatic transmission is available with the 3.6-liter V6. The LT trim receives a number of optional upgrades, including 20-in 5-spoke wheels, Recaro sport seats and a suede-microfiber steering wheel. There's a new LT1 coupe and convertible, and the SS gets a revised front end. See the 2020 Chevrolet Camaro models for sale near you
The latest Chevrolet Camaro is an excellent performance car at all levels, but as the old saying goes, you get what you pay for. That said, we'd bypass the base turbocharged models and place our bet on the obvious: a 2SS model with the muscular V8 and all the trimmings. And yes, we know the ZL1 is bigger, but its price and limited availability will put it out of reach for most. Find a Chevrolet Camaro for sale
The Camaro is offered as a coupe and convertible in eight trim levels: 1LS, 1LT, 2LT, 3LT, LT1, 1SS, 2SS and ZL1.
The base-level Camaro 1LS ($25,995 coupe) offers standard 18-in alloy wheels, a 6-speed manual transmission, a 7-in touchscreen with GM's MyLink infotainment system, a backup camera, keyless access with push-button start, dual-power front seats, Bluetooth audio and phone connectivity, USB ports for music and automatic headlights.
The 1LT ($26,495 coupe, $32,495 convertible) adds an 8-speed automatic transmission and remote start.
The 1LT offers an optional Technology package that includes a larger touchscreen, voice controls for the infotainment system, a 9-speaker Bose sound system and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. A 3.6-liter V6 and 10-speed automatic are also optional.
Next up is the Camaro 2LT ($28,495 coupe, $34,495 convertible), which offers the upgraded infotainment system from the Technology package, along with heated and ventilated front seats and dual-zone automatic climate control. An optional Convenience and Lighting package adds rear parking sensors, a head-up display, an improved gauge cluster, driver's-seat memory, customizable interior lighting, a heated steering wheel, a wireless charging system and safety features such as lane-departure warning, blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.
The Camaro 3LT ($32,495 coupe, $38,495 convertible) adds the option of a 3.6-liter V6 engine plus standard Bose audio, navigation and a frameless rearview mirror.
A sport-themed RS package is available on either LT model and offers appearance upgrades, 20-in alloy wheels and xenon headlights. The 1LE package offers the FE3 suspension components from the SS plus 20-in forged aluminum wheels, Brembo brakes, a track-cooling package, the SS high-performance fuel system and a dual-exhaust system.
The LT1 ($34,995 coupe, $40,995 convertible) combines most of the styling and features of the Camaro LT and SS with the 6.2-liter V8 engine, performance suspension and Brembo brakes.
Drivers who choose the 1SS ($37,995 coupe, $43,995 convertible) get the V8 engine, a 6-speed manual and all the 1LT's features, plus xenon headlights, 20-in wheels, the upgraded infotainment system and improved performance options such as enhanced brakes, a sport suspension and a limited-slip differential. The SS can be equipped with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
The 2SS ($42,995 coupe, $48,995 convertible) combines the 2LT's equipment with the 1SS's V8 engine and performance upgrades. It also includes the 2LT's Convenience and Lighting package as standard equipment. The coupe features standard forward-collision warning.
The ZL1 ($62,495 coupe, $68,495 convertible) adds a supercharged version of the 6.2-liter V8, a unique shaker-style hood, 20-in forged aluminum wheels, an upgraded suspension and steering, Brembo brakes and Recaro front seats. Options include the available 1LE Extreme Track package, a power sunroof, a navigation system and a sport exhaust system. The ZL1 can also be equipped with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
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|Drivetrain||5 Years/60,000 Miles Qualified Fleet Purchases|
|Corrosion||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
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2020 Dodge Challenger -- The sporty Dodge Challenger is starting to show its age compared to the Camaro, but it still boasts a handsome look and surprisingly good driving dynamics for its size. The GT trim features all-wheel drive, while the 797-hp Hellcat Redeye handily outmuscles the ZL1.
2020 Ford Mustang -- The Camaro's longtime rival offers a little more technology than the Chevy in a smaller, more manageable package. It also boasts a high-performance GT350 variant and 760-hp Shelby GT500.
2020 Nissan 370Z -- The V6-powered 370Z is a proven performer starting at right about the $31,000 mark. The convertible Z is gone, but the NISMO performance model nicely matches the base and 2LT Camaro trims.
Used Chevrolet Corvette -- If you like the Camaro's General Motors roots and its no-nonsense powertrain, consider going sporty. Prices are high, though, so you may have to check out a used model.