Chevrolet Camaro Interior
The 2015 Chevrolet Camaro's cabin is constructed with lots of plastics that look and feel cheap, according to auto journalists. They say that the Camaro has little headroom for taller drivers and poor outward visibility. Critics also complain that the Camaro's back seats are among the smallest in the segment, and some mention that the available MyLink infotainment system is not always responsive. Reviewers do write that convertible models are quiet enough at freeway speeds to have a conversation with the top down.
- "Standing in sharp contrast to the 2015 Chevy Camaro's excellent exterior design is its lackluster interior. Expectations are quickly deflated at the sight and feel of hard plastics on the doors and center console." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "The dash offers an interesting contrast of old-school Camaro details, like the squared-off bezels that frame the speedometer and tach, and the latest technology, like the 7-inch color touchscreen that offers access to the available MyLink infotainment system with its selection of smartphonelike apps. The extensive use of hard plastic surfaces does cheapen the cabin's overall feel, however." -- Edmunds
- "Inside the car you'll find very little changed for the new model year, meaning the same love-it-or-hate-it, super-shiny plastic panels on the doors and framing the dash, along with big blocky gauges and (in our 2SS trim car) Chevy's useful MyLink infotainment system." -- Autoblog (2014)
- "Even at highway speeds, it's possible to carry on a conversation in the convertible with the top down." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
The 2015 Chevy Camaro seats four and comes with cloth upholstery and power-reclining front seats. Fully power-adjustable front seats, heated front seats, leather upholstery and Recaro sport seats are available. Although reviewers note that the Camaro's front seats are comfortable, some complain that its low roof cuts into headroom for taller drivers, and many complain that outward visibility is very poor, which can make the Camaro tricky to maneuver in close quarters. Some reviewers say that convertible models have better visibility, which helps increase your confidence going down the road. Although most coupes are criticized for having small rear seats, critics say that the Camaro's back seats feel more cramped than most.
- "The only real issue with the Camaro's road manners is the low visibility factor. This becomes an even larger issue when maneuvering in tight spots like parking lots." -- AutoTrader
- "While the Camaro's front seats offer good comfort and support, the rear seat offers the least legroom among its neo-muscle-car rivals, making it suited only to occasional use by the smallest of kids or as a place to stash backpacks and gym bags." -- Edmunds
- "The Camaro's low-slung roof robs headspace for taller drivers, the small sun visors are nearly useless, and the back seats can feel like purgatory for adults." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "I've always been impressed with the sports-car handling of the 5th generation Camaro, but the coupe's turret-slit windows and thick pillars fore and aft have always made it difficult to place the car on the road with utter confidence. The increased visibility of the convertible transforms this car for me - in the interest of full disclosure, my above-average height certainly colors my strong feelings here." -- Autoblog (2014)
The base 2015 Camaro comes standard with Bluetooth and satellite radio. Optional features include Chevy's voice-activated MyLink infotainment system with a 7-inch touch screen, a nine-speaker Boston Acoustics audio system, a USB port, navigation, a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, a head-up display and a power sunroof.
Although some test drivers say that MyLink's menus are straightforward, many critics comment that the system is often unresponsive or very slow to respond to commands. Others comment that MyLink's voice recognition system doesn't work very well.
- "The MyLink system's customizable touch-screen can also be frustratingly slow to respond to inputs." -- Edmunds
- "We couldn't say ‘no’ to the MyLink system -- or much of anything else, for that matter; most voice commands to the system went misinterpreted, no matter how carefully enunciated." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
- "It's an intuitive layout, and the touch-screen 'buttons' themselves are large and easy to reach. They also respond to your touch by changing color, limiting how much second-glancing you need to do to complete a task." -- Cars.com (2013)
The 2015 Camaro coupe has 11.3 cubic feet of trunk space, while the convertible has 10.2 cubic feet of space with the top up. Test drivers write that the trunk opening is small, which makes it hard to put cargo in the trunk. Others add that in-cabin storage for smaller items is sparse.
- "The Camaro's trunk opening is also rather awkward, but the seats do fold to expand cargo space." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "Space is in equally short supply in the trunk, with just 11.3 cubic feet of cargo capacity and a small opening that makes loading and unloading a challenge." -- Edmunds
- "Interior storage is limited to an average-size glovebox and fairly small center bin that's inconveniently located at the back of the console." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
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