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Is the 2017 Camaro V-6 1LE a first drive?

Is the 2017 Camaro V-6 1LE a first drive?

Like we’ve said, it deserves more power. In the interest of full disclosure, we’ll begin our official first-drive review of the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro V-6 1LE by admitting that this is not actually our first drive of the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro V-6 1LE.

What kind of engine did the 1967 Camaro have?

The engine options for the sophomore year were almost identical to the 1967 models with few exceptions. Another 396-cubic inch big-block engine rated at 350 horsepower was added as an option for the SS model. This L34 RPO engine was also capped with the 4MV Quadrajet 750 cfm carburetor.

What kind of engine does a Camaro 3.6 have?

The 3.6 is a lovely engine that serves many General Motors vehicles well enough—including non-1LE V-6 Camaros—but under this car’s matte-black hood, it feels like a placeholder for the real engine. So why offer the 1LE in V-6 form?

When did the 350 cubic inch Camaro come out?

The mildly popular 350-cubic inch (LM1) was the optional 350 engine in early 1969 but was replaced by the 350ci (L65) with two-barrel Rochester carburetor in January of 1969. The L65 optional 350-cubic inch displacement, higher horsepower V8 engine was available for the baseline Camaro.

Is the Chevy Camaro a mid engined car?

As it turns out, the next mid-engined American sports car won’t be coming from Ford or Fiat Chrysler. Instead, it will be coming from Chevy who today announced that the 2023 Chevrolet Camaro will be mid-engined.

When did the Chevrolet straight six engine come out?

The Chevrolet straight six was introduced for the 1929 model year as the brand’s only power plant, replacing the 2.8-liter four-cylinder engine that powered earlier Chevs. This pushrod six-cylinder design was only engine offered by Chevrolet from 1929 until the advent of the small block V8 in 1955.

Which is better a corvette or a Camaro?

Muscle car fans may bemoan the loss of the V8 but with several rumors pointing towards an all-electric Camaro in 2023, we feel this mid-engined car is the more exciting alternative. The Camaro will likely be smaller and lighter than the Corvette and unlike its big brother, could even offer the option of a manual transmission.

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Ruth Doyle