A popular modern-day muscle car, the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro delivers satisfying rear-wheel-drive performance in a stylish package. Its cramped interior and small trunk, however, make it more suited as a joyrider than a daily driver.
In addition to coupe and convertible body styles, Chevrolet offers the 2014 Camaro in 1LS, 2LS, 1LT, 2LT, 1SS, 2SS, ZL1 and Z/28 trims. A V6 engine is standard in LS and LT trims, while SS, ZL1 and Z/28 trims showcase their own V8 engines.
The Camaro enjoys a number of upgrades for 2014, highlighted by the return of the Z/28 to the lineup. Also, all Camaros receive a refreshed exterior design. Newly available features include Recaro sport seats, a color head-up display and projector-style fog lamps.
Although the lines of the 2014 Camaro have a certain retro appeal, designers have updated the classic look with a short greenhouse, sharp shoulder creases and a particularly low and wide appearance. Halogen headlights, 18-inch aluminum wheels and a stainless-steel dual exhaust are standard. The Camaro offers typical options such as a power sunroof, heated exterior mirrors, 19- and 20-inch aluminum wheels, and enhanced lighting; the latter includes high-intensity discharge (HID) headlamps with LED “halo rings,” LED taillights and the previously mentioned projector-style fog lamps. Additionally, upper trims can be detailed with sporty upgrades such as body kits, stripe packages, quad exhaust outlets and a functional air extractor for the hood.
The power-retractable soft top for the Camaro convertible is available in black or beige.
Inside, the Camaro has a clean, symmetric dashboard layout that wraps around to the car’s strongly sculpted door panels. The Camaro also signals its driver focus with separate and dramatically recessed gauges for the speedometer and tachometer. Six-way adjustable, sport-bucket front seats are standard, as is a multi-function steering wheel with a tilt-and-telescoping column. Among the Camaro’s interior options are leather-trimmed seating, sueded microfiber seating surfaces, a heated front row and a leather-wrapped, flat-bottomed steering wheel. Many Camaro trims and option packages have specific cabin details as well.
The Camaro has two rear seats, and in the coupe, there’s a pass-through to the trunk for extra cargo versatility. The trunk itself has an 11.3-cubic-foot capacity. Rear seatbacks are fixed in convertible models, which retain 10.2 cubic feet of trunk space (with their tops up).
The 2014 Camaro easily lives up to its high-performance reputation in all trims. Certainly helping matters is a standard 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces 323 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque. But there’s also much more power on tap in upper trims, starting with the naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V8 for the SS models. That unit makes up to 426 horsepower and 420 pound-feet. The Camaro Z28 upsizes to a 7.0-liter naturally aspirated V8 that delivers 505 horsepower and 481 pound-feet of torque, and the ZL1, with a supercharged 6.2-liter V8, tops out with 580 horsepower, 556 pound-feet of torque and 0-60 mph times as low as 3.9 seconds. A six-speed manual transmission is standard for the Camaro, and a six-speed automatic is optional.
Further, beyond the Camaro’s powertrain, other performance enhancers for the 2014 Camaro include a Magnetic Ride Control suspension, multi-mode traction management and Brembo brakes.
The Camaro’s EPA ratings can reach 19/29 mpg city/highway in its most efficient configuration, with its V6 and automatic transmission. On the other hand, when relying on the 7.0-liter or supercharged V8 engines, the Camaro is rated below 20 mpg highway on premium fuel.
The 2014 Camaro also checks in with competitive levels of technology that include an available rearview camera system and rear parking sensors. As for infotainment, the Camaro can be ordered with a Chevrolet MyLink system that has a 7-inch touch screen, navigation, voice recognition, Bluetooth, Pandora/Stitcher Internet radio, satellite radio with real-time traffic, a USB port and an auxiliary input jack. For a premium audio experience, the Camaro offers a 248-watt sound system from Boston Acoustics.
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User Reviews for 2014 Chevrolet Camaro
by JTH on June 8, 2020
No 409 but fine
"It's a modern version of autos from muscle car era. Fast, fun, sporty, mean looking. Outward visibility takes some getting used to. Drives well. Third owner and guessing gas mileage is reason for turnover. Overall, fun to drive, and only one mechanical issue (clogged AC drain)."
Aside from gauges in console, which can be hard to see, interior (2SS) is ok. Leather seats, dash display, and HUD are good, but a lot of plastic parts. It's comfortable.
Holding up well (ash gray). No issues.
Scary quick. Nice adrenaline rush when you punch it. Didn't buy it as an economy car.
Back seat practically useless. Trunk space ok, but small opening might limit storage of large items.
"It is a nice car to own and easy to fix. Had to get a full size spare tire with jack and tools because Chevrolet is so stingy that does not equipped the car with those essential and necessary components.
Car rides and runs great, enough to don't get behind but not so fast to get ticketed. Some small knoking issues on the engine but working to find the cause. It was primary caused by a clogged filter so now knoks sometimes but is very little.
It looks very nice, and clean. Good car for a cool grandpa to have for the next years." Read Less
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2014 Chevrolet Camaro Pricing
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The price range for the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro is $13,798 - $27,990.
The average selling price is $18,538.
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$23,555 - $72,305
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$13,798 - $27,990
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