2012 Chevy Camaro in Stock

We currently have 4 2012 Camaros in stock right here in Rapid City.

2012 camaro v8 engine

V8 2012 Camaro Engine

The 2012 Camaro LS and LT both feature an updated 3.6 liter V6 that still puts out an impressive 323 hp and 278 lb/ft of torque.
Once you get to the 2012 Camaro SS you have a 6.2 liter v8 that puts out 426 hp and 420 lb/ft of torque. The V8 version of the 2012 Camaro will get from 0-60 in 5 sec.

New in 2012 is the ZL1 which has a supercharged 6.2 liter v8 which adds an additional 120 hp to the already powerful engine. The ZL1 comes in at 580 hp and 556 lb/ft of torque or just about enough to keep you plastered to your seat.

2012 Camaro 2LS Coupe

2012 Camaro 2LS Coupe

2012 2SS Camaro Coupe Red

2012 2SS Camaro Coupe

2011 Camaro Convertible scheduled to start production this month

Bluetooth now available on all new Camaro models. the 1LS model includes redundant steering wheel controls. Also available as part of the convenience and connectivity package (1LT and ISS) remote start on automatic transmissions, and rear park assist on 1SS Coupe models.

2011 Special – edition Camaros sold out in 3 minutes

Special-edition Camaros sold out in a flash

DETROIT — In just three minutes Tuesday, customers bought all 100 of the special-edition 2011 Chevrolet Camaro convertibles offered in the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book.

The new owners claimed the $75,000 cars through a telephone reservation process, General Motors Co. said. The cars will be delivered next spring.

Only 100 of the cars were built. They come in a special shade, Deep Bordeaux, with a matching fabric top.

All have a 6.2-liter V-8 engine, but customers can choose an automatic or a manual transmission.

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What the experts have to say…

OK, we’re going to get straight to the point here. The 2010 Chevrolet Camaro rocks. After years of anticipation, Chevy’s new Camaro not only lives up to the hype but also redefines what a muscle car can be. The traditional stereotype goes something like this — the affordable base model looks fast but goes slow due to a lumpy V6, while the V8-powered model will do apocalyptic burnouts in the high school parking lot but can’t corner to save its (or your) life. The latest Dodge Challenger comes uncomfortably close to this archetype, and the Ford Mustang is at least guilty on the V6 front. But this new Camaro, well, it’s an altogether different beast.
Impressively, the new Chevy Camaro is an excellent performance-car value whether it’s equipped with the base direct-injected V6 or the optional V8. The V6-powered base Camaro can sprint to 60 mph in 6.0 seconds, thanks to 300 horsepower, yet it costs the same as competitors like the considerably slower Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T. Heck, even the V6’s fuel economy is impressive compared to its competition. The V8-powered Camaro SS with the manual transmission dispenses with 60 mph in a blistering 5.0 seconds — 426 hp will do that for you — yet it’s considerably cheaper than cars like the BMW 135i and Challenger SRT8 and outperforms the slightly more affordable Mustang GT. The Camaro handles smartly, too, with even the base car surpassing the rarefied 68 mph mark on our slalom course.
Edmunds 2010 Camaro Review

2010 Camaro Consumer Review from Edmunds

Vehicle
2010 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS 2dr Coupe (6.2L 8cyl 6M)
Review
Let me preface: I’m not the primary driver. We have had a blast with the car since we bought it, though we have to keep a close eye on the speedometer. The 19 mpg in city is no surprise, but we drove from Omaha to Atlanta and got almost 29.5 mpg on every tank (91 octane or higher). We have driven it through snow and ice (though not on those P- zero tires) and had no issues; the vehicle weight, positraction, and traction control systems kept us on the road with very little problem. The car grabs attention wherever you go, and you just have to smile.
Favorite Features
The car moves when you want it to move, and does so quickly. Responsive steering, and the traction control keeps you in charge. Gauges for all the critical items rather than just idiot lights. Easy to feel safe in the car because it just feels so solid. An absolute head-turner if you like attention.