9. Pro: Good Reliability
Camaros have a good reputation for reliability, and will last you a good long time if they are driven the way that they should be. The 2016 model Camaro is offered with a 60,000-mile/5-year powertrain warranty and a 3-year/36,000-mile comprehensive warranty.
It has not seen any recalls and has a good record for breakdowns,
across the history of the models. While there is some skewing of the data thanks to the fact that many of these cars are driven to their limits, a sensible driver can expect to own a Camaro in very good condition for a good few years down the road. You’re more likely to see the warranty expire than you are to need to make a claim on it. That’s good news for owners who need a car that will stay the distance.