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I'm looking at 2017 Stingray convertibles. I'm wondering if it's better to get a loaded Camaro instead of an entry-level Stingray.

Priorities: Powertrain performance / Handling / Reliability & durability

Need minimum of 2 seats

Will consider both new and used cars
Maximum mileage: 12500
Maximum age: 6 years

Maximum price: US $ 65000

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Response from NormT

6:35 am September 11, 2017

When I had a 1999 C5 Hardtop Corvette I always missed the extra two seats in the rear.

The Camaro convertible might offer the performance beyond the base 6.2l shared between them on the performance front. The Camaro non-convertible shares the 7.0l and 6 2 supercharger ed version.

The 2017 Camaro is much better looking than the version it replaced. The C7 or Stingray has grown on me yet.


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Response from LectroFuel

12:23 am September 14, 2017

Looking at the praise given to the latest Camaro, it looks tempting. I would probably get the loaded Camaro over the base Corvette. I've always liked the Corvette more though. They are cars that you have to test drive a while to compare. Everyone has their opinions.


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