For the very first time in history, the Chevrolet Camaro will certainly supply a four-cylinder along with required induction attached to it. Now that every person has actually owned time to swallow that, and accept the Camaro isn’t merely a pony auto any kind of longer, we’re approaching the official launch of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro base, equipped along with Overall Motors’ 2.0-liter LTG four-cylinder turbo engine.
And, as we procedure launch, it indicates gas economy numbers are in. The U.S. federal government has actually returned along with the 2016 Camaro turbo’s scorecard, and it’s not also shabby. The Camaro turbo returns a combined 25 mpg as quickly as equipped along with the eight-rate automatic, coming in at 22 urban area and 31 highway.
If you’re looking to row your own, the 2016 Camaro turbo, equipped along with the six-rate manual, will certainly return 24 combined, and 21 city, 30 highway.
However, this misses its main rival, the Ford Mustang Ecoboost, by 1 mpg in every area. Chevrolet has actually selected to supply the turbo-4 as an entry degree variant, where Ford has actually placed the Ecoboost above its V6-powered pony. The segmenting might explain why the 2.3-liter Ecoboost and a six-rate automatic returns much better gas economy compared to the Camaro’s 2.0-liter turbo and an eight-speed.
The 2016 Camaro turbo ought to be arriving at dealers in the coming weeks, understanding production of the auto fired up last month.