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When looking at used cars for a legendary model like the Chevy Camaro, it is pretty easy to get overwhelmed by all of your options. After all, the Camaro has been around since the late 1960s, with half a dozen generations across that time span, each with its own features and differences. Picking the right generation and model is important; however, in order to make sure you get a vehicle that has everything you need and to avoid regrets about your purchase later. It can help to take a quick look at the different generations to see how this race-worthy model has shaped up over the years.
The first generation for the Chevy Camaro kicked off for the model year 1967 and only ran through 1969, available as either a standard two-door coupe or a convertible. There were a lot of engines available on those models, including a couple of different I-6 and several V8 options. The second generation ran from the model year 1970 through 1981, with some updates and cosmetic changes in 1974 and 1978.
For the model year 1982, the third generation of the Chevy Camaro was introduced, and it ran to 1992. This generation included the first engines with fuel injection and automatic transmissions, with a 5-speed manual transmission still available throughout the generation. The fourth generation was introduced for the model year 1993 and ran until 2002, with coupe and convertible options available, along with V6 and V8 engines.
The fifth generation of the Chevy Camaro kicked off for the model year 2010 and ran through 2015. The sixth generation was introduced for the 2016 model year and is still going strong today.
The modern Camaro is an absolute beauty, combining tremendous power with great technology and luxury features inside. The sixth generation Camaro offers drivers plenty of engines to choose from and can get up to 650 horsepower with an available V8 engine. It truly lives up to the decades-old reputation of its name and has redefined the modern sports car.