Genesis Coupe 2.0T versus Camaro 2LT

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  1. Jakamo5

    Jakamo5 Tetra Vaal

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    In my last thread, I chose the 2010 genesis coupe over the civic si. now I'm comparing to the new chevy camaro.
     
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    Red_Dragon Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Lol i was JUST yesterday going to ask you if you considered the new Camaro haha what a coincidence.

    Also for 2011 the mustang is getting a new V6 Engine.
     
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    Camaro or Civic would be my choice. ;)
     
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    Camaro advantages vs 2.0T Track:
    More power at 304hp
    looks nicer
    ambient lighting
    onstar/theft tracking trials

    disadvantages:
    heavier, handles less easily, uses more gas
    bad visibility
    less overall features
    costs a bit more
    sound system isn't as good
    worse warranty
    chevy doesn't have anything like the hyundai assurance
    doesn't come with Brembro brakes and some of the other good stuff unless you go for the SS version which is V8 and starts at 31k msrp

    So I'm going with the Genesis 2.0T Track

    Here's a good comparison:

    http://www.cars.com/go/compare/trimCompare.jsp?acodes=USC00HYC131C0,USC00CHC021C0
     
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    Good choice, i dont blame you and YES the visibility is garbage on the camaro
     
  6. coriolis

    coriolis Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    The Camaro, oh man, it looks amazing! I'm never been a domestic fan, but as of recent, there are 5 domestic vehicles that impress me. The Euro-Focus RS, the Fiesta, the Corvette ZR6, the Taurus SHO, and the freakin' Camaro :p


    But against the Genesis, I'd lean towards the Camaro even if it has alot more downfalls then the Genesis 2.0T. I've driven the 2.0T but not the Camaro though...



    But, damn, look at it!(The Camaro, I mean :p)
     
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    Colton Also Proudly American

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    I love the NEW Camaros! They look like a real beast. :D
     
  8. Jakamo5

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    they're both great looking cars, but I think anyone will agree with you guys that the camaro looks nicer. still though, I can't pick it based on that fact alone...
     
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    Levenly Grappling Deity

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    i'm a domestic nut, so i'd say get the camaro

    though i've been thinking, i'm sure GM has something up their sleeve aka either a new Nova or a Chevelle. dear God, please let them bring more muscle back!

    now only if Ford brought back the Falcon, and then Chevy brings back the Belair, and then Mopar gets back Plymouth and makes Barracudas again, and then Olds comes out with a new 442... i'd be in heaven
     
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    GM won't have any more muscle coming out; perhaps some mussel, to go with that weak white wine the pols in D.C. swill, but what's out now is about all you're going to see in terms of "muscle."
     
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