Chevrolet Camaro SS Engine Sound: Review

SS Camaro

If you are one of those car enthusiasts who adore the throaty V-8’s sound, you will be delighted with the engine of the Camaro SS from Chevrolet. However, to get the best experience, its convertible version actually demands to be ridden with its top down.

When you ride or drive the SS along a windy and hilly road, the car is undoubtedly at its best. It roars when covering straight ways and purrs while turning to the absolute pleasure of the driver.

If you are looking for one of Camaro’s sportier version, then SS is the car for you. It is powered by a huge 6.2 l and V-8 engine with 8-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmissions along with paddle shifters.

Its powertrain is quite satisfactory for 455 horsepower. You can actually listen to its thundering hooves in this massive beast. At least, the pedestrians and bicyclists can definitely hear it.

It is expected that the current Camaro SS convertible will now be followed by a hotter and newer version in the coming year, ZL1 with 640-hp.

One more reason why this muscle car from Camaro is so quick is because of its lighter body. In fact, as compared to its earlier model, it weighs 223 pounds less. The SS with AT mode is supposed to give a mileage of 28 miles per gallon on a highway and about 17 miles per gallon on city roads. Its convertible top is not made of metal but cloth can be easily lowered or raised when the car is moving at a speed of up to a maximum of 30 miles per hour.

In case you are a car lover, the sound that emits from under its hood will be sheer magic for your ears.

For a test drive of the Chevrolet Camaro, visit Pine Belt today.




Pine Belt Chevrolet

88 Ocean Ave

Lakewood, NJ 08701

Phone: 888.482.5920



Chevrolet Camaro Convertible – Tech Features

Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

The all-new Camaro from Chevrolet is a vehicle that is loaded with the latest tech features for delivering high-performance and comfort to its occupants. There are several surprising contemporary driver-centric tech features such as wireless charger for your smartphone,  Apple CarPlay, and a Head-Up Display.

Other tech features include the seven-inch color touch screen offering access to the MyLink infotainment system with a suit of apps supporting smartphones.

Chevrolet MyLink

  • SiriusXM with a year’s trial subscription to SitiusXM All-Access
  • Voice-activated controls
  • Available navigational features using MyLink
  • Available eight-inch and standard seven-inch diagonal touch screen
  • Apple CarPlay to provide compatibility with using iPhone in a smarter way while in your car.


  • Available eight-inch reconfigurable and diagonal center screen display
  • Available premium nine-speaker Bose audio system
  • Available wireless charging pad for wireless phone

Driver-centric technology

  • Heated steering wheel as available feature
  • Power seats along with Memory package (Available)
  • Push button start, passive entry and electronic park brake
  • Head-up display (Available)


It is easy for you to remain connected to the outside world even when your Camaro is far away from the crowd with available tech such as OnStar RemoteLink and OnStar Basic Plan.

There are various key services enabling you to make use of a compatible smartphone for:

  • Get Advanced Diagnostic emails using OnStar
  • Activate lights, horns and door locks remotely
  • Start your vehicle remotely via a factory-installed starter system remotely (Available)

The Camaro also features Internet connectivity through its 4G LTE Wi-Fi system. It provides string signal thus allowing you and other occupants to seamlessly get connected to internet for a maximum of 7 separate devices

To test drive a Chevrolet Camaro, walk in to Pine Belt.




PineBelt Chevrolet

88Ocean Ave

Lakewood,NJ 08701



Chevrolet Camaro Convertible – Safety Features

Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

If you are looking for a convertible that sports Hollywood styled looks and tire-burning power, then you have arrived at the right place and Chevrolet Camaro Convertble has it all.

Check out some of the safety features available as standard on Chevy Camaro for 2015.

  • Antilock brake system
  • Stability and traction control
  • Side curtain airbags covering full-length
  • Side airbags for font-seat

The OnStar telematics system is also standard in Chevy Camaro and comes with the following features related to safety.

  • Remote door unlocking
  • Turn-by-turn navigation
  • Stole vehicle assistance
  • On-demand roadside assistance
  • Automatic crash notification

When its brake was tested by Edmunds, both the ZL1 convertible and the SS with 1E option package stopped from 60 miles per hour in 107 feet. The ZL1 coupe stopped in 110 feet. All these distances are superb and the tests were conducted with the vehicles’ summer performance tires.

When government crash tests were conducted, the coupe got an overall top 5-star rating. Its front crash protection feature scored five stars while rollover capability was given 5 stars. The side-impact protection also got 5 stars.

Anti-lock brakes

Anti-lock or ABS brakes have the capability to automatically detect when the car’s tire is not rotating anymore when extreme braking was applied. It can make sure that brake pressure is modulated so that the tires can resume rotating. The feature improves the ability of the vehicle to turn when brakes are applied.

Stability control

This safety feature can automatically sense when the handling limits of the vehicles have exceeded and lowers the engine power. It can apply select brakes so that the driver can be prevented from losing the vehicle’s control.

If you want to test drive a Chevrolet Camaro, you need to simply come over to Pine Belt.




Pine Belt Chevrolet

88 Ocean Ave

Lakewood, NJ 08701

Phone: 888.482.5920



Jeep SRT Hellcat review- Part 3

Jeep Hellcat Release Date

This is the final part of the review for the Jeep Grand Cherokee TrackHawk. Please read the first 2 parts to find out about its build and engine.


These details are yet to be released but rumors suggest that the 2017 Hellcat will be around $65,000 – $80,000. The price does a bit steep for an SUV but considering that it has 707 hp and is one of most powerful and street-legal SUV, it seems worth it. Not to mention that their competitors offer 150 hp less but have prices around $100,000.


The Jeep Grand Cherokee TrackHawk faces competition from the Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR and the Porsche Cayenne Turbo. The Range Rover comes with a 5.0L, V-8 engine that has 550 hp. It’s the fastest SUV released from Land Rover and can hit 60mph in 4,5 seconds. It comes with impressive handling and has recorded an impressive time of 8 minutes and 14 seconds on the Nurburgring track.

The Cayenne is currently setting the standards for SUV performance with it’s 4.8L V8 engine and 550 pounds of twist. It handles like a sports car and has better 60mph time than the Range Rover at 4.1 seconds. It also has a greater top speed at 173mph.

Both these cars make for great driving but are at least $30,000 more expensive than the Hellcat. They also have lesser horsepower and a higher 60mph time. With all this in mind, the Hellcat looks like a steal.

You can check out other competitors and see for yourself, which one is better by dropping down to the Pine Belt showroom.



Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep

1400, Ocean Ave, Route-88

Lakewood Township, NJ 08701

Phone: 888.993.7792