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Old 06-14-2009, 11:11 AM   #1
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Bought the V6 2LT RS and have questions...

Seeing a V6 vs V8 thread earlier has made me think a lot more about the differences. I of course have the 2LT RS Silver Ice and love it!!!!!!. Still though I would not mind having the V8. Really never thought it would be an issue. I chose the V6 due to it having plenty of power(300+HP) and having great gas mileage. Also I liked the clean front end look. Would I be totally insane to trade up to the V8 at this point having only 500 miles on my Beauty? Anyone elso have this thought? I am torn but love the thought of sticker being under 30K, cheaper insurance, and the better gas mileage. Now being a 33 year old male....I am wondering if my human instinct to want more power I don't need is starting to creep out. Thoughts anyone??? I of course would like to have both....my wife take the V6 and then I get a V8, but that has been squashed..lol. Not happening. The wife and my logic says be content but the greed says trade it in on the V8 now....help??

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That's what modding is for.

Keep in mind this is a pretty new car and most aftermarket companies are just getting their hands on the Camaro. Naturally they're doing mainly performance mods for the V8's now, but the V6 mods are sure enough starting to trickle in.

Granted a 6.2L LS3 has more potential than the 3.6L, but I'm not sure that you're really shooting for 500rwhp. Depending on how much power you really want would determine the route you should go. If you want a pretty damn quick 12-13 sec car, I'd stay stick with the V6 and keep all the benefits you seem to love about it and go ahead and mod it to satisfy your powerbug. I think it'd be possible to get those times with a nicely modded V6 once the aftermarket catches up

On the other hand, if you're looking for an 11 second car, with the potential for more, go ahead and get the SS.

Normally I would not suggest trading in the car you just got, because there will ALWAYS be something better coming out and it would be an endless pursuit. But with the Camaro being new, I see no reason you wouldn't be able to get most of the value back for your car, especially if you sell it privately on ebay or something.
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go test drive an ss don. that should help make your decision. by the way, i live in deerfield. you know, at the gluckstadt exit. you have got to be one of the first camaros in the jackson area. gonna try to get one by the end of the year. kind of debating on the ss vs. v6 too.
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Old 06-14-2009, 11:48 AM   #4
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go test drive an ss don. that should help make your decision. by the way, i live in deerfield. you know, at the gluckstadt exit. you have got to be one of the first camaros in the jackson area. gonna try to get one by the end of the year. kind of debating on the ss vs. v6 too.
Hey man, that is too cool. I am not far from ya. Live over in Cypress Lake Sub in Madison. The bad thing is finding a dealer that will let you test drive the V8. I love everything about this car but for some reason the V8 was in the back of my mind. I think it is a greed and power thing...lol Need for my logic to get back on track...lol I will say the the V6 will go and know it's all I need. I am really hoping to talk the wife into driving it and then I will order a V8. It only has 500 miles on her now

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That's what modding is for.

Keep in mind this is a pretty new car and most aftermarket companies are just getting their hands on the Camaro. Naturally they're doing mainly performance mods for the V8's now, but the V6 mods are sure enough starting to trickle in.

Granted a 6.2L LS3 has more potential than the 3.6L, but I'm not sure that you're really shooting for 500rwhp. Depending on how much power you really want would determine the route you should go. If you want a pretty damn quick 12-13 sec car, I'd stay stick with the V6 and keep all the benefits you seem to love about it and go ahead and mod it to satisfy your powerbug. I think it'd be possible to get those times with a nicely modded V6 once the aftermarket catches up

On the other hand, if you're looking for an 11 second car, with the potential for more, go ahead and get the SS.

Normally I would not suggest trading in the car you just got, because there will ALWAYS be something better coming out and it would be an endless pursuit. But with the Camaro being new, I see no reason you wouldn't be able to get most of the value back for your car, especially if you sell it privately on ebay or something.

Thanks for the imput and well said. That is the thing. I am not looking to race anyone. I think it is mental. Just knowing I have the V8 and I also wonder if the V8 would retain its value better later down the road. Other than that, I love the V6. Put it this way....if the V8 was 304 HP...I would be fine. This tells me it is 100% mental...lol Tough choice here ugh
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yea you are close. cool. i dont know if any of these dealerships around here have any v-8s yet. but you should not have any problems test driving one especially driving up in one and telling them your dilemma. convince the wife though,lol. when i get mine, we will have to get together sometime.
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yea you are close. cool. i dont know if any of these dealerships around here have any v-8s yet. but you should not have any problems test driving one especially driving up in one and telling them your dilemma. convince the wife though,lol. when i get mine, we will have to get together sometime.

Cool...keep in touch! Shoot me a PM. Let me know what you decide. What ever model you get, you will love it! By far the coolest car I have ever been in or seen. I may call the dealership tomorrow and see what they would do if I traded up to the V8 since mine only has 500 miles on her.

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ok cool. gotta go. see ya
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It is hard to say. How much are you going to get for the trade on the car. Are you going to loose money switching. You know what they say. As soon as you drive off the lot the car depreciates in value. I would have taken more time researching the 2 before buying. Unless you could sell it privately for the amount you paid or more. Then I would switch to a SS. I think that is what you want anyway and just settled for the LT.
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I am in a situation torn between the V6 and V8 as well.... I recently was laid off and no longer have a company vehicle so now I need one.... My pocket and common sense tell me the smartest thing to do would be stick with the V6 for better gas mileage and cheaper insurance but deep down I have always loved fast cars and V8s and know myself enough that I would regret "settling" for the V6.

On the other side of things I rented a V6 Camaro for the weekend and went down to Ocean City, MD and I loved everything about the car. I just loved driving it period regardless of how fast it was... Smooth great handling and felt like plenty of power.....

I truly do not know what to do and I recently put in a order at a dealership for a 1SS but am having second thoughts on going to a 1LT.
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I am in a situation torn between the V6 and V8 as well.... I recently was laid off and no longer have a company vehicle so now I need one.... My pocket and common sense tell me the smartest thing to do would be stick with the V6 for better gas mileage and cheaper insurance but deep down I have always loved fast cars and V8s and know myself enough that I would regret "settling" for the V6.

On the other side of things I rented a V6 Camaro for the weekend and went down to Ocean City, MD and I loved everything about the car. I just loved driving it period regardless of how fast it was... Smooth great handling and felt like plenty of power.....

I truly do not know what to do and I recently put in a order at a dealership for a 1SS but am having second thoughts on going to a 1LT.

Check this out.....this should help you. I am quite proud to own the V6 Although I am still getting the V8 too. It will not be a daily like the V6 is for my wife or I. The V6 is the ultimate if you are actually going to drive daily

http://microsite.chevrolet.com/allne...#camaro=videos 6th video on bottom right
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Check this out.....this should help you. I am quite proud to own the V6 Although I am still getting the V8 too. It will not be a daily like the V6 is for my wife or I. The V6 is the ultimate if you are actually going to drive daily

http://microsite.chevrolet.com/allne...#camaro=videos
I checked it out... I am stubborn and won't be convinced that I will be just as happy with the V6 because I know myself too well.....I might be happy for awhile because its a new car and I enjoy it but within 6 months to a year I know I would regret it and want the SS
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In fact if I really think about it I always told myself for example I would never own a mustang "unless" it was the V8 because I always thought of the other ones as "girly cars"
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I checked it out... I am stubborn and won't be convinced that I will be just as happy with the V6 because I know myself too well.....I might be happy for awhile because its a new car and I enjoy it but within 6 months to a year I know I would regret it and want the SS

To each his own man and I don't fault you for it. I just am not and will not drive the V8 everyday when there is something better still with V8ish power and cheaper. Think about all the miles I am going to rack up on the V6...so you calculate that back to under 30K and great gas mileage. To me no brainer as a daily.

Soooo I like it so much and would like to have the extra power to play in(not as a daily), I am getting a V8

I would suggest checking out the V8 forum I think you will find that you don't have to debate anyone and beat up on any dead horses ...lol No girly V6 engines over there either....

When my V8 arrives.....I will split the difference with the V6 and V8 forums becasue I like both very much
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To each his own man and I don't fault you for it. I just am not and will not drive the V8 everyday when there is something better still with V8ish power and cheaper. Think about all the miles I am going to rack up on the V6...so you calculate that back to under 30K and great gas mileage. To me no brainer as a daily.

Soooo I like it so much and would like to have the extra power to play in(not as a daily), I am getting a V8

I would suggest checking out the V8 forum I think you will find that you don't have to debate anyone and beat up on any dead horses ...lol No girly V6 engines over there either....
Ok So being a woman I too in the past had a 79 z28 loved the power and the sounds but back in the 80s gas prices were not an issue. Now with gas going up up up and because my 2010 camaro will be my primary car. This is why I have picked the V6. I hope I don't regret it either but I still can change my mind the only thing for me is I like the perks the LT2 RS has to offer over the SS1. When I build out the SS2 it comes to like almost 37-40 grand vs.. 30,450 for my LT2 RS now when I add the invisabra its 31K. I have a trade in and will get about 15K for it so really my loan will not be to bad as I hate car payments.. OH one thing that is making me think twice about an ss is here in Utah insurance for the LT2 will be 161.50 vs the SS at 135.00 talk about a shock I thought forsure it would be the other way around.

I do have a question I hear the V6 will take regular gas so can you tell me if the v8 takes reg or preimium? I will keep reading and posting my questions and when the call me in to do the financing and comfirm my car build I then can finalize my decision. I am currenlty at stage 1100. its only been over a week since I ordered it and paid my deposit.

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Seeing a V6 vs V8 thread earlier has made me think a lot more about the differences. I of course have the 2LT RS Silver Ice and love it!!!!!!. Still though I would not mind having the V8. Really never thought it would be an issue. I chose the V6 due to it having plenty of power(300+HP) and having great gas mileage. Also I liked the clean front end look. Would I be totally insane to trade up to the V8 at this point having only 500 miles on my Beauty? Anyone elso have this thought? I am torn but love the thought of sticker being under 30K, cheaper insurance, and the better gas mileage. Now being a 33 year old male....I am wondering if my human instinct to want more power I don't need is starting to creep out. Thoughts anyone??? I of course would like to have both....my wife take the V6 and then I get a V8, but that has been squashed..lol. Not happening. The wife and my logic says be content but the greed says trade it in on the V8 now....help??

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Don't give up on what you love. Be patient. I think that the people in forums like this and Camaro car clubs have a lot of influence on the after market for V-6 improvements like a better cam; superchargers; turbo's; etc. Why is the Camaro here? Because WE pushed GM to build it after the concept was shown. If the RS guys show the SEMA guys there is a market for performance upgrades. This isn't a Mustang V-6, this is a performance V-6. Just look how much influence (forgive me in this forum) the ricers have had over the past decade. Form a camaro club or a RS club in your area and e-mail; text; or call your butts off. Public opinion matters. Be patient and let your voice and your RPM's be heard.
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Ok So being a woman I too in the past had a 79 z28 loved the power and the sounds but back in the 80s gas prices were not an issue. Now with gas going up up up and because my 2010 camaro will be my primary car. This is why I have picked the V6. I hope I don't regret it either but I still can change my mind the only thing for me is I like the perks the LT2 RS has to offer over the SS1. When I build out the SS2 it comes to like almost 37-40 grand vs.. 30,450 for my LT2 RS now when I add the invisabra its 31K. I have a trade in and will get about 15K for it so really my loan will not be to bad as I hate car payments.. OH one thing that is making me think twice about an ss is here in Utah insurance for the LT2 will be 161.50 vs the SS at 135.00 talk about a shock I thought forsure it would be the other way around.

I do have a question I hear the V6 will take regular gas so can you tell me if the v8 takes reg or preimium? I will keep reading and posting my questions and when the call me in to do the financing and comfirm my car build I then can finalize my decision. I am currenlty at stage 1100. its only been over a week since I ordered it and paid my deposit.

Anway thanks..

Go with your gut.... The V6 takes regular gas and the V8 takes Premium. If you are going to drive it daily, then the V6 is awesome! Check out all the mags out there with the reviews on the V6 as a daily Sports car. When my V8 comes in....it will be a play vehicle only. I drove the V6 all day yesterday and it will go! I love it. For all the differences you just mentioned....payments, price, insurance, gas mileage, premium gas. To me the V6 is the way to go if you are driving it daily and racking up miles on it. Not sure if you have driven one but when you do, you will be amazed with the power. I also felt the same as you....I would much rather a fully loaded 2LT over the 1SS but again it all goes back to the V6 will be a daily and it made the most since. You get the best of both worlds in the V6 IMO. The only reason I am getting the V8 is it will be my seondary vehicle. Good luck with your choice.

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Go with your gut.... The V6 takes regular gas and the V8 takes Premium. If you are going to drive it daily, then the V6 is awesome! Check out all the mags out there with the reviews on the V6 as a daily Sports car. When my V8 comes in....it will be a play vehicle only. I drove the V6 all day yesterday and it will go! I love it. For all the differences you just mentioned....payments, price, insurance, gas mileage, premium gas. To me the V6 is the way to go if you are driving it daily and racking up miles on it. Not sure if you have driven one but when you do, you will be amazed with the power. I also felt the same as you....I would much rather a fully loaded 2LT over the 1SS but again it all goes back to the V6 will be a daily and it made the most since. You get the best of both worlds in the V6 IMO. The only reason I am getting the V8 is it will be my seondary vehicle. Good luck with your choice.

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What color are you getting in your V8?
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What color are you getting in your V8?

Same color as our 2LT RS....Silver Ice but with Cyber Gray Rally Stripes The color just pops to me for some reason. It just seems the color as a lot of versatility.

I thought about Cyber Gray and Inferno Orange but always gravitate back to the Silver...
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Go with your gut.... The V6 takes regular gas and the V8 takes Premium. If you are going to drive it daily, then the V6 is awesome! Check out all the mags out there with the reviews on the V6 as a daily Sports car. When my V8 comes in....it will be a play vehicle only. I drove the V6 all day yesterday and it will go! I love it. For all the differences you just mentioned....payments, price, insurance, gas mileage, premium gas. To me the V6 is the way to go if you are driving it daily and racking up miles on it. Not sure if you have driven one but when you do, you will be amazed with the power. I also felt the same as you....I would much rather a fully loaded 2LT over the 1SS but again it all goes back to the V6 will be a daily and it made the most since. You get the best of both worlds in the V6 IMO. The only reason I am getting the V8 is it will be my seondary vehicle. Good luck with your choice.

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So basically what you are saying is.... I will have more fun in my 2SS V8 but since I need a daily driver too and gas is an issue because of money you will have the V6 as well.....

But the whole point is if someone is "settling" for a V6 2010 Camaro money has SOMETHING to do with it OR they never cared about performance sports vehicles in the first place..... Someone convince me otherwise
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So basically what you are saying is.... I will have more fun in my 2SS V8 but since I need a daily driver too and gas is an issue because of money you will have the V6 as well.....

But the whole point is if someone is "settling" for a V6 2010 Camaro money has SOMETHING to do with it OR they never cared about performance sports vehicles in the first place..... Someone convince me otherwise

The V6 performs quite well from what I have read. It is lighter than the V8. I am not sure what your getting at. Who will be racing. You are driving a high performance car with both engines as they are designed the same...lol
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The V6 performs quite well from what I have read. It is lighter than the V8. I am not sure what your getting at. Who will be racing. You are driving a high performance car with both engines as they are designed the same...lol
You are the one that said it yourself that your decision was based off of gas mileage and insurance. (AKA Making a smart money decision)
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Seeing a V6 vs V8 thread earlier has made me think a lot more about the differences. I of course have the 2LT RS Silver Ice and love it!!!!!!. Still though I would not mind having the V8. Really never thought it would be an issue. I chose the V6 due to it having plenty of power(300+HP) and having great gas mileage. Also I liked the clean front end look. Would I be totally insane to trade up to the V8 at this point having only 500 miles on my Beauty? Anyone elso have this thought? I am torn but love the thought of sticker being under 30K, cheaper insurance, and the better gas mileage. Now being a 33 year old male....I am wondering if my human instinct to want more power I don't need is starting to creep out. Thoughts anyone??? I of course would like to have both....my wife take the V6 and then I get a V8, but that has been squashed..lol. Not happening. The wife and my logic says be content but the greed says trade it in on the V8 now....help??

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So what I am reading here is not that you may have regretted your decision in going with the V6?

Looks pretty clear to me.
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You are the one that said it yourself that your decision was based off of gas mileage and insurance. (AKA Making a smart money decision)
Right as a daily driver...hence the V6. V8 will be secondary and not be driven everyday as it is not as eco friendly....
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DCJ you seem to be ignoring my point.. A daily driver is what it is because its economical, better gas mileage etc.... But just pretend the gas mileage was the same with the V6 as well as the V8 price was the same and everything. Are you honestly telling me you would not buy the SS V8?

My whole point is that if money had nothing to do with it 90% or more of the people who got the V6 would have a V8 sitting in their driveway instead.
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