2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Convertible – Drive Time Review with Steve Hammes

Drive Time review of the all-new 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Convertible by auto critic Steve Hammes. MSRP as tested: 800. www.DriveTime.cc Twitter @DriveT…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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24 Responses to 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Convertible – Drive Time Review with Steve Hammes

  1. Ultrakillerism says:

    Mustang fanboy spotted. Camaro can turn, compared to a Mustang which can’t. Come back in 2015 when Ford will replace the antique live rear axle with independent suspension.

  2. rpmbadass88 says:

    These things are so overpriced,I got my ford mustang gt,got a roush supercharger and exhaust to 625 hp and and a suspension kit for a little under 50k,and the sound system is way better

  3. Björn Sennbrink says:

    You need all that to build better interiors?

  4. Björn Sennbrink says:

    U never learn. Always cheap plastic interiors. Is it so hard to build like Europeans do?

  5. Masahiro Musashi says:

    I’m picking mine up in automatic next week. Don’t agree with my choice in transmission? Too bad. Not your car, not your choice to make. Enjoy my dust. 🙂

  6. GoonOnFire says:

    Don’t get me wrong, if someone handed me a large sum of money to buy any car out there on the market, I’d grab a 458 Spider or a SuperLeggera… that’s with a lot of money. What most “Car guys” don’t get (I love all cars myself) is that this is meant to be a semi-affordable, American muscle car that is simply meant to be fast as hell, handle pretty well, but more importantly – FUN. There are so many different types of cars, not sure why people try to blend them together.

  7. Allen Chace says:

    I would be too embarrassed to drive a camaro with an auto transmission…

  8. master s pte says:

    meet the car of my dreams !!!!!! 3

  9. stevehammes says:

    1) Challenger 2) Caramo 3) Charger 4) Mustang

  10. snailman44 says:

    Hey Steve mind i ask which is your personal favourite the GT500 Mustang,Camaro Zl1,Challenger 392 or the charger 392.

  11. Imer F Merced Espinosa says:

    I fall in love with this car

  12. THEAVERAGEGAMER13 says:

    60,000 for a car that’s almost as fast as the 120 000 corvette that’s one of the fastest cars under 500 000 that is a pretty good deal and you can get the ground effects painted I think so who cares if the side skirts are plastic

  13. XxBlksnshnxX says:

    Vert looks turrible.

  14. pontiacGXPfan says:

    The first ZL1 ragtop i’ve seen was at Steve Moore Chevy in Charlotte. It’d probably be the only such Camaro in the Carolinas were it not for circumstance.

  15. dragoonuvl says:

    I’m glad I’m not only one realizing this. I mean I love muscle cars, I love that their about bucking the trend of paying six figures for hp/tq and putting that power into everyones hands. But today’s muscle cars don’t really buck the trend anymore. Instead they just keep raising in price. 🙁

  16. quietguy1948 says:

    My money would go to Dodge for the Charger SRT8… a good value in my book.

  17. youngdanielkillz says:

    @josornio300

  18. rdsii64 says:

    65 grand is far from the common mans reach, with that said i totally agree with the concept of what you are saying. With the this model being the exception. the Camaro is blue collar American muscle.

  19. blaknite1 says:

    It kills me to hear critics complain about plastic on cars. This car would cost 90 grand if they replace the plastic with higher grade materials. The object is to keep the car within reach of the common man.

  20. nofil ibrahim says:

    Great

  21. iceman5815 says:

    OVERPRICE plastic….

  22. redscarf11 says:

    Who the fuck would spend $65k on a camaro…

  23. josornio300 says:

    This car whoops a mercedes sl65 amg for less. Way less!

  24. waleed walloody says:

    who is beter camaro or challenger?

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