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Old 08-13-2014, 08:31 PM   #1
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looking for info

just became a member so bear with me. I have been wanting a Camaro for sometime and that time has come. I'm looking for a 2011-2013 convertible and am now needing some info. I'm thinking a 2LT RS with 6 cylinder and automatic tranny. Can anyone provide information on the differences between a 2011-2013 models?? What are things you can't live without and what are things to avoid. Looking to use this car as a weekend/trip ride. Any suggestions?
Any advantage on a 2013 over a 2011 in the convertible models???
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Old 08-15-2014, 05:29 PM   #2
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Re: looking for info

2012+ 2LT and 2SS cars have the Head-Up Display; 2011 cars do not. Most people I've spoken to who have HUD in their cars say they love it and don't ever want to drive without it again. So I'd say avoid the 2011 model unless you find a screaming deal.

2013 cars have a slightly restyled interior with a color touchscreen display, MyLink, and available GPS navigation. (Pre-2013 cars have OnStar navigation, which requires a monthly subscription just tells you when to turn but doesn't show you a map.)
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