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Camaro vs. Mustang: Breaking Down the Great American Pony Car Rivalry. It’s one of the oldest and best rivalries among American automakers. Ever since the 1960s, the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro have squared off for pony car dominance. While there have been others in the fray, Mustang vs. Camaro is the great American muscle car showdown.
Red Speed: Chevrolet Camaro Z28 vs. Ford Mustang GT, Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, Porsche 928 Gauging the good, better, best of the all-American road machines against the ultimate standard.
The Mustang repeatedly beat the Camaro, showing 159 mph on its speedo to the Chevy's 151 mph. The Ford was about four car lengths ahead each time, too.
The Mustang and the Camaro face serious competition from the retro-styled Dodge Challenger. It’s bigger and heavier than its two rivals, so it won’t handle nearly as well on a twisty road.
Mustang versus Camaro is one of the longest-running and most celebrated performance rivalries in the car business, dating to 1966, when General Motors responded to Ford’s sporty 2+2 coupe and ...
2018 Mustang Performance Package - Level 2 vs Camaro SS 1LE 2018 Mustang GT Performance Package 2 If you had the opportunity to check out Motor Trend’s Head 2 Head pitting the 2018 Camaro SS 1LE vs the 2018 Mustang GT Premium equipped with the Performance Package (1), the Camaro essentially outperformed the gran-touring version of the Mustang in almost every performance aspect.
Chevy: The Camaro SS has a massive 6.2-liter lump under the hood, which makes it feel a little bit more “American” than the Mustang’s engine. Sure, horsepower is down vs. the Ford at just ...
Edmunds editors pit the 2018 Ford Mustang GT (5.0-liter V8) and 2018 Chevrolet Camaro SS (6.2-liter V8) against each other in a comparison test of the longtime pony car rivals.
Even with those close numbers, the Mustang GT can go from 0 to 60 mph in under 4 seconds, which beats our the Camaro SS at a 4-second flat time. The sub-4.0 time is enough to win a little victory over its archival, the SS.
And yes, while our Mustang GT was a droptop — there’s about a 140-pound difference between the as-tested ’Stang and Camaro — it was equipped with the $3,700 Performance Package.