Mustang Vs. Camaro
Chevrolet and Ford have created a dynamic battle centered around the Chevy Camaro and the Ford Mustang. Two years after Ford's debut of the Mustang in 1964, Chevy's Camaro hit the pavement. A volcanic rivalry erupted that has lasted over 45 years and continues today. Stoplights, showrooms, and racetracks are home to some of the most extreme confrontations between these muscle cars. These similar hot-rods have differences in their performance specs, the sex appeal behind their styling, and of course, and their features and add-ons. The 2010 models will be compared.
The Camaro's muscular looks are backed up by its hard-hitting engine. The stock engine is a beastly 6.2 liter V-8, producing a competitive 422 horsepower and a superior 408 pounds per feet of torque. The engine is equipped with a six-speed manual transmission, while the automatic is a less racy option. In the struggle for horsepower, Ford's Mustang seems outgunned. The V-8 Mustang produces an inferior 315 horsepower and a five-speed manual transmission. The numbers don't lie on the racetrack, and that is why weight must be accounted for. The Camaro is a whopping 300 pounds heavier fresh off the line. This does reduce the Camaro's edge slightly, but these muscle cars are in a never-ending struggle for power. The Camaro wins in performance department.
The styling behind these iconic cars has been perhaps the biggest selling point. In the 2010 models the winner of the styling contest is a bit of a toss-up. Both rides sit low while showing off their muscular curves. There is less than a fine line when determining whether smooth curves or ripped definition defines sexy styling. The Camaro features aggressive sharp angles while the mustang appears aerodynamic and speedy. The Mustang's grill is slim in contrast to gaping mouth of the Camaro. The interior styling seals the deal for those with the pocketbooks to consider test-driving. Ford has implemented premium...
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