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Were either of the stereos top of the line? If so, what did they sound like?
Did you get to play with the PDIM interface?
The Yellow SS had the Boston Acoustics 9 speaker system in it. It sounded PHENOMENAL! Great sounding system for this car.
The stereo system in the V6 car sounded very good as well and also comes with standard XM. Onstar is standard on both cars. I belive Cheryl told me that the SS models come with the Directions and Connection package for 1 year and the V6 models with the standard Safe and Sound Onstar package.
Played a litlte with how the system will pair with your bluetooth phone as well. Very easy to setup right through the radio. There was also an option to pair a gps on the radio setup.
1. During the scene where the yellow SS is doing dounts and sliding through the snowy parking lot, I realized I can't wait until I see a picture of an evil black SS sliding sideways, rear tires smoking, looking like it came out of an action movie.
2. Is it just me, or does the V6's exhaust note sound louder/more noticeable than the SS exhaust note?
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Im curious as to how the v6 did more than the v8 honestly. I know the v8 is going to be a great performer.
How would you compare the v6 to a fourth gen camaro? The acceleration numbers we've seen put it around a lt1 camaro. How was the breaking and handling though? The single piston breaks give me pause honestly. And while I am sure that the 5thgen v6 will be a more comfortable ride than a fourth gen, i wonder how its handling will be. Any insights would be appreciated.
I usually don't beleive in buying a new car, but I've never EVER wanted a new car SOOOO bad in my life!!!!!!!
Also I can't beleive I'd ever say I REALLY want a V6 Camaro. This car has success written ALL over it. How proud the Camaro team must be.
That "switchblade" key is really cool, didn't know it did that!
Very nice! I'm really digging the switchblade key I'm also very surprised how well the 1LT sounds, it's got *****! I really hope the new Camaro can turn some things around at GM so it can stick around for many years to come.