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The Dodge Challenger Beat the Chevy Camaro and the Ford Mustang

The Dodge Challenger is the ideal car for many Americans. It boasts a muscular old school style and blends that with a wide variety of performance options. But Dodge doesn’t exactly get a gold star for its reputation in terms of reliability. So how did the Dodge muscle car win a dependability award over the …

Is the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro a Good Used-Car Option?

The Chevy Camaro is a desirable muscle car that basically makes any trip feel more like an adventure. Its general popularity and exceptional performance entice new drivers each year. The 2018 model, in particular, was celebrated for being an affordable sports car, but reviews from critics are mixed. Here we will help determine if the …
Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE

The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE Is the Best Muscle Car You Can Buy Today

Although they went through a bit of a rough patch, today’s muscle cars far out-strip their illustrious forebears. For one, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye delivers 797 hp. And the Ford Mustang GT500 is a rival for the C8 Corvette and even some supercars. But, although it doesn’t sell as well, the Chevrolet Camaro is …
1984 Chevrolet Camaro

The Worst Muscle Cars That Have Ever Hit the Road

Today’s new muscle cars are definitely faster than their 60s predecessors. In fact, quite a few innocuous-looking modern cars can, too. For example, a Hyundai Veloster N can go 0-60 faster than a Hemi ‘Cuda ever could. But even ignoring how necessary emissions restrictions decreased performance, some muscle cars simply didn’t live up to their …
Chevrolet shows off their Camaro at the North American International Auto Show

Chevy Would Love a Redo on the 2017 and 2018 Camaro

Along with the El Camino and Impala, the Camaro comes to mind when thinking about iconic Chevy cars. First introduced in 1967, it’s still one of the most beloved cars in the automaker’s lineup. It’s also one of the cheapest sports cars on the market, though rare editions can fetch prices of over $900,000. The …
Ford Mustang Electric Cobra Jet 1400

There’s a 1400-Hp Ford Mustang Drag Racer–And It’s Electric

All 3 of the American muscle car makers—Dodge, Ford, and Chevrolet—have created high-power drag strip racers. One, the 840-hp Dodge Demon, was even street-legal, though the 1000-hp Hellephant V8 is understandably not. Although, some of the fastest cars at the drag strip aren’t gasoline-powered, but electric. Some have even transplanted EV drivetrains under classic muscle …
2020 Shelby GT500

Ford Mustang is World’s Best Selling Sports Car

Ask an automotive enthusiast what the best selling sports car is, and often the answer will be the Mazda MX5 Miata. So, this might come as a shock, but things are not as they seem. For 2019, The Ford Mustang was the world’s best-selling sports car. There are also other World’s Best titles that the Mustang holds. Today, April 17th, …
2020 Chevrolet Camaro LT1

Is the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger Killing the Camaro?

On the track, the Chevy Camaro can more than keep up with the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger. But that might not be the case for much longer. The Mustang lineup is expanding, and not just through the Mach-E crossover. There’s a new Ford Mustang Mach 1 in the works, and the current GT500 is …

The Top 3 Most Unreliable Cars of 2020

Of all the new options on the market this year, there are bound to be some contenders that struggle. This Consumer Reports list of the most unreliable cars of 2020 gives a detailed reliability to rating to each vehicle it features. Among others such as the Volkswagen Atlas, the Acura MDX, and the Chrysler Pacifica, …
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2020 Was a Rough Year for Chevy’s Reliability

When any of us go to the dealer to get a new vehicle, we’re hoping for a few things. One thing we’re hoping for is to find a car, SUV, or truck that’s visually appealing, affordable and that will get us through a few years without a lot of costly repairs. Thanks to organizations like …
Hot Wheels 1968 Ford Mustang Custom

Hot Wheels Turned a Failed Guitar Design Into a Cultural Icon

For car model kits, Lego tends to be the go-to. Some automakers use a similar strategy for selling their cars in the US. Though, for toy cars, it’s hard to find a brand more recognizable or iconic than Mattel’s Hot Wheels. There’s a few on my desk right now. 2018 marked its 50th anniversary, and …
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The 1 Car That Definitely Got Worse With Age

Overall, vehicles have gotten better over time. Sure, they’ve also gotten larger and heavier. But in terms of technology and safety, new cars trump classic ones. However, not every vehicle improved over the years. In chasing refinement, some risk losing their way, and their reputations along the way. And there’s one car, in particular, that …
Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye vs. Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 vs. Chevy Camaro ZL1 1LE

Who Makes the Ultimate Muscle Car: Ford, Chevy, or Dodge?

Despite the popularity of off-road SUVs like the Wrangler, muscle cars still loom large. Perhaps the best example is the Dodge Challenger, unchanged in 13 years. But its sales have grown with the help of high-powered models like the Hellcat and Demon, and it’s also earned above-average reliability scores from Consumer Reports. In contrast, the …
Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE

Collectible Camaros That Are Surprisingly Affordable

Camaros have always been the gold standard for muscle car enthusiasts. Even the six-cylinder versions are still a collectible Camaro—sporty, the right size, and there are a ton of reproduction parts. There is so much support in the aftermarket to fix any mechanical or cosmetic issues that you can literally put together a brand new …
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Fastest Classic Muscle Cars Of All Time

We’ll start out by saying there will be a lot of debate about this list of the fastest muscle cars of the 1960s and 1970s. Part of the problem comes from the special cars manufacturers back-doored to racers, where 30 or maybe 50 of them were produced. Should they be on this list? How about …
Two black Hertz Rental Camaros

A Rental Camaro with 750 hp? It’s Real

Well now, this sure beats renting another crummy Versa. Hendrick Motorsports is modifying a gang of not one, but two different Chevy Camaros that you can rent from Hertz Rental. You’ll be seeing them in certain areas of the country, and with those bright yellow stripes laying against the shiny black bodies, we are sure …
The Jeep death wobble impacts the Wrangler seen here on a mountain

Why Muscle Cars Keep Getting Traded in for the Jeep Wrangler

No matter what’s going on in the world, two things are consistent when it comes to cars in the U.S. People like familiarity and comfort, and they also like displaying their American pride. This translates to the things they eat, buy, and do, but it also makes sense that one of these things would be …