A no-nonsense, sport-tuned stunner, the spanking-new 2016 Chevy Camaro is arguably one of the very best the Bow Tie brand has ever produced. And, really, that's saying quite a lot, as it's turned out some truly tremendous transports over the years.

What's changed with this sixth-generation iteration? Tag along with Cars.com reviewer, Joe Bruzek, as he explains all in the clip below:

It's at the outset of the Camaro model range that you'll discover its outstanding entry-level offering, the 1LT.

Standard equipment on this trim includes 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlamps, dual exhaust outlets, a rearview camera, keyless entry and ignition, Bluetooth compatibility, a 7-inch touchscreen display, the MyLink infotainment platform, and even 4G LTE WiFi functionality! It's a certifiable bastion of comfort and connectivity.

If you'd like to meet this muscle-bound machine "in the metal," or wish to put one through its paces on the open road, we encourage you to pay us a visit at our Layton, UT location. Upon your stopover, we'll be sure to set you up with a test drive in the Camaro, or any other Chevy model you might've had in mind.

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