The 2014 Chevy Camaro vs. the 2014 BMW 4 Series
High performing, bold looking, and affordable, the Camaro remains one of the more popular sports cars around the Bradenton and Tampa area. The 2014 Chevy Camaro offers a full suite of standard features, including many of the options that are available on higher-end performance vehicles.
Despite starting at nearly $17,000 less than the base model in the BMW 4 series, the Camaro offers much more standard power, as well as many of the same features. Here’s a closer look at how the Camaro might be the better option if you’re looking for a fun ride.
The Camaro Offers More Power for Less Monday
With an MSRP of $23,555, the Camaro 1LT comes with a 323 hp V6 engine with 278 lb-ft of torque power. In comparison, coupe models in the BMW 4 series start at $40,500 and come equipped with a 240 hp Turbo I-4 engine with 255 lb-ft of torque. Why pay more if you’re not getting better performance?
The Camaro SS trim increases power with the addition of a 426hp V8, as well as a performance suspension, electric steering, and an increased axel ratio. At a base MSRP of $33,055, the Camaro SS still rings at more than $7,000 less than base BMW 4 series models.
Here are just a few of the features that come standard on the BMW 4 Series models, as well as all Camaros. You get these for much less if you choose Chevy:
- Bluetooth Connectivity
- Satellite Radio
- A vehicle anti-theft system
- A traction control system with vehicle stability control
Take the Camaro out for a Test Drive
Get behind the wheel of the 2014 Camaro at Cox Chevy in Bradenton! Our dealership is located at 2900 Cortez Road W, just a short drive from many communities around the Tampa, Sarasota, and St. Petersburg areas. If you have any questions about the Camaro, please don’t hesitate to contact us.