Compare 2017 Ford Mustang vs Chevy Camaro
2017 Ford Mustang vs 2017 Chevy Camaro
Serving Seneca, Anderson, and Greenville, SC
At the dawn of the muscle car age, thrill seekers sacrificed the luxuries of the era for the pure power that muscle cars gave them. Today, muscle cars have turned into the best of both worlds, with sports cars that bring the power that is expected, and the luxurious interior that top of the line cars offer. One of the most popular versions of these cars today is the 2017 Ford Mustang. With agile handling and stunning design, the Mustang offers everything that you can want in a sports car, as well as a graceful interior that grants the driver any modern convenience they could want. A comparable car to the Mustang is the Chevy Camaro.
Indulge yourself with the 3.7 liter V6 engine that comes standard with the base model of the Mustang. With 300 horsepower, these engines give all the power that you need to drive the Mustang like the performance car it is. If you want a few more ponies under the hood, different engine varieties can bring you all the way up to 435 horsepower. In comparison, the Chevy Camaro comes standard with a 2.0 liter inline 4 cylinder engine that generates 285 horsepower.
The Ford Mustang has many comfort features that come standard, such as bluetooth connectivity and Ford SYNC. For a slight increase in price, you can purchase trim packages that include HD Radio, navigation, and heated/cooled seats. The Mustang also comes standard with push-button start, a convenience that cannot be overrated. The Camaro comes standard with OnStar. Also, for drivers who desire a comfortable fit, the Mustang has 44.5 inches of front leg room, while the Camaro has only 43.9 inches of leg room.
5 Year Cost to Own
When looking at purchasing a vehicle, the cost that it will cost to own the vehicle is far more than just the sticker price. Factors that affect your everyday driving ensure that you must pick the vehicle that is right for you. Comparing the 5 year cost to own of the Mustang to the Camaro, there is no doubt which vehicle is the most sound investment. The Mustang beats out the Camaro in many categories, including fuel costs, average cost per mile, and repair costs. The Mustang also has a projected $3,000 dollars less depreciation than the Camaro. The Camaro has better insurance rates.
There are many subtle differences between the Mustang and Camaro. If you feel like the Mustang may be the car for you, we invite you to come into our dealership and test drive the Mustang to see how it compares to the Camaro.