Cars.com Reviews the 2013 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE

2013ChevroletCamaroSS1LE

The mean-spirited, muscle-bound 2013 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE showed up to the party looking for a fight, but not with just any opponent. This is strictly a grudge match with its track-tuned nemesis, the Ford Mustang Boss 302, says Cars.com reviewer Aaron D. Bragman. With styling flourishes like a matte black hood, spoiler, rear diffuser and 20-inch wheels, the SS 1LE aims for intimidation while its roaring 6.2-liter V-8 — good for 426 horsepower and a 4.5-second zero-to-60 time — reiterates its readiness to rumble. Could the nearly $6,000-cheaper Camaro steal the Boss' job? Read Bragman's review and decide.

2013 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE Review

Comments 

Car colors is very nice.i like it.

Shorebreak

I saw a nice red convertible SS 1LE in my local Chevrolet showroom today. Didn't dare look at the MSRP.

Skankzilla

They don't produce the 1LE in a convertible. But they do the ZL1, which is stupid expensive.

jyd

The Camaro is fast, no doubt, but suffers from bland styling and lack of presence. The Mustang, especially the Boss and Shelby variants are aggressive and imposing.

SgtRock

jyd, clearly you have not been close to a 1LE. I have had one for 2 months now and everywhere I go people stop and ask me what model it is. Chevy hit a home run on both the performance and styling.

Bowrider

Good luck finding a 1SS LE. I don't think GM has produced one.

Skankzilla

Bowrider,

I found a couple on a search. I posted a link for you, but it was deleted.

Bowrider

Thanks for the search, Skankzilla.

Merci pour la recherche, Skankzilla.

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