2011 CHEVROLET CAMARO
2G1FK1EJ2B9100985 ROUW 23,769 mi
Price: $23,995

VIN 2G1FK1EJ2B9100985
Mileage 23,769 mi
Engine V8, 6.2 LITER
Drive Train RWD
Stock Number ROUW
Transmission AUTOMATIC
Trim SS COUPE 2D
Doors 2
Exterior Color MAROON
Interior Color BLACK
Body Type COUPE
Fuel Type GASOLINE

  • ONSTAR
  • SIDE AIR BAGS
  • BLUETOOTH WIRELESS
  • RS PKG
  • CRUISE CONTROL
  • ALLOY WHEELS
  • MOON ROOF
  • POWER SEAT
  • TRACTION CONTROL
  • F&R HEAD CURTAIN AIR BAGS
  • DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS
  • 2SS
  • AIR CONDITIONING
  • STABILITRAK
  • XM SATELLITE
  • FOG LIGHTS
  • PERFORMANCE SUSPENSION
  • POWER DOOR LOCKS
  • AM/FM STEREO
  • KEYLESS ENTRY
  • REAR SPOILER
  • POWER WINDOWS
  • POWER STEERING
  • HEAD-UP DISPLAY
  • DUAL AIR BAGS
  • TILT & TELESCOPING WHEEL
  • PARKING SENSORS
  • PREMIUM SOUND
  • ABS (4-WHEEL)
  • CD/MP3 (SINGLE DISC)

DRIVEN AN AVERAGE OF ONLY 1,800 MILES PER YEAR! Far below the national average!

Engine

6.2L V-8

MPG

16 City / 24 Hwy

Seating

4 Passengers

Transmission

6-spd man w/OD

Power

426 @ 5900 rpm

Drivetrain

rear-wheel

Muscle cars have never coped well with having their tops clipped. Losing the roof rarely does a vehicle any favors in the rigidity department, but the high-horsepower, high-torque coupes of the last four decades took fiendish delight in twisting themselves into pretzels after a few enthusiastic throttle plunges. To make matters worse, frumpy, awkward-looking soft tops were never as attractive as the original tin. When it came time to design the fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro, the engineers at General Motors specifically aimed to avoid those pitfalls by drafting the chassis to field both coupe and convertible duties.

Long before the first test mule ever turned a tire, this coupe was designed to go topless, and the result is one of the more stable convertible platforms out there. With a little help from the minds behind the Chevrolet Corvette soft top, the retractable lid even offers the same sleek profile as the Camaro Coupe. That's not to say all is right in this cruising kingdom, though. Tough top-up visibility, a bulging waistline and an overly extroverted interior all work against the drop head. Even so, this is still a vehicle soaked in summertime. And whatdayaknow? The sun's out.
Part of the appeal of the fifth generation Camaro is the vehicle's concept-car aesthetics. With a low-slung roof line, high hip and plenty of sharp creases, it should be lounging under auto show lights instead of sulking in the Costco parking lot. The designers at Chevrolet managed to retain most of the coupe's presence thanks to the fact that both vehicles wear identical sheet metal from the windowsills down. Up above, a long, arching soft top still holds true to the profile of the coupe when in in place. The piece can be had in black or tan cloth as the buyer sees fit, and for the most part, the design is free of any odd bulges from protruding bows.

Price: $23,995
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VIN 2G1FK1EJ2B9100985
Mileage 23,769 mi
Engine V8, 6.2 LITER
Drive Train RWD
Stock Number ROUW
Transmission AUTOMATIC
Trim SS COUPE 2D
Doors 2
Exterior Color MAROON
Interior Color BLACK
Body Type COUPE
Fuel Type GASOLINE

  • ONSTAR
  • SIDE AIR BAGS
  • BLUETOOTH WIRELESS
  • RS PKG
  • CRUISE CONTROL
  • ALLOY WHEELS
  • MOON ROOF
  • POWER SEAT
  • TRACTION CONTROL
  • F&R HEAD CURTAIN AIR BAGS
  • DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS
  • 2SS
  • AIR CONDITIONING
  • STABILITRAK
  • XM SATELLITE
  • FOG LIGHTS
  • PERFORMANCE SUSPENSION
  • POWER DOOR LOCKS
  • AM/FM STEREO
  • KEYLESS ENTRY
  • REAR SPOILER
  • POWER WINDOWS
  • POWER STEERING
  • HEAD-UP DISPLAY
  • DUAL AIR BAGS
  • TILT & TELESCOPING WHEEL
  • PARKING SENSORS
  • PREMIUM SOUND
  • ABS (4-WHEEL)
  • CD/MP3 (SINGLE DISC)

DRIVEN AN AVERAGE OF ONLY 1,800 MILES PER YEAR! Far below the national average!

Engine

6.2L V-8

MPG

16 City / 24 Hwy

Seating

4 Passengers

Transmission

6-spd man w/OD

Power

426 @ 5900 rpm

Drivetrain

rear-wheel

Muscle cars have never coped well with having their tops clipped. Losing the roof rarely does a vehicle any favors in the rigidity department, but the high-horsepower, high-torque coupes of the last four decades took fiendish delight in twisting themselves into pretzels after a few enthusiastic throttle plunges. To make matters worse, frumpy, awkward-looking soft tops were never as attractive as the original tin. When it came time to design the fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro, the engineers at General Motors specifically aimed to avoid those pitfalls by drafting the chassis to field both coupe and convertible duties.

Long before the first test mule ever turned a tire, this coupe was designed to go topless, and the result is one of the more stable convertible platforms out there. With a little help from the minds behind the Chevrolet Corvette soft top, the retractable lid even offers the same sleek profile as the Camaro Coupe. That's not to say all is right in this cruising kingdom, though. Tough top-up visibility, a bulging waistline and an overly extroverted interior all work against the drop head. Even so, this is still a vehicle soaked in summertime. And whatdayaknow? The sun's out.
Part of the appeal of the fifth generation Camaro is the vehicle's concept-car aesthetics. With a low-slung roof line, high hip and plenty of sharp creases, it should be lounging under auto show lights instead of sulking in the Costco parking lot. The designers at Chevrolet managed to retain most of the coupe's presence thanks to the fact that both vehicles wear identical sheet metal from the windowsills down. Up above, a long, arching soft top still holds true to the profile of the coupe when in in place. The piece can be had in black or tan cloth as the buyer sees fit, and for the most part, the design is free of any odd bulges from protruding bows.

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