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These Are the Coolest Naturally Aspirated Cars You Can Buy Today

Car and Driver Logo By Connor Hoffman of Car and Driver | Slide 2 of 11: General Motors’ fifth-generation small-block V-8 is a wondrous engine that’s liberally spread across the Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC lineups. It’s basically the go-to engine when anyone thinks of the Camaro, muscle-car auras being as they are, meaning nobody gives the Chevrolet’s mid-level V-6 any love. They should. The 335-hp 3.6-liter V-6 is a sweet-sounding, strong-performing engine that ably powers the sharp-handling Camaro, particularly in track-ready 1LE guise that includes a firmer suspension, grippier tires, and more aggressive styling. Did we mention it’s about $5000 cheaper than opting for the Camaro SS and its 455-hp V-8?

Chevrolet Camaro (3.6-liter V-6)

General Motors’ fifth-generation small-block V-8 is a wondrous engine that’s liberally spread across the Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC lineups. It’s basically the go-to engine when anyone thinks of the Camaro, muscle-car auras being as they are, meaning nobody gives the Chevrolet’s mid-level V-6 any love. They should. The 335-hp 3.6-liter V-6 is a sweet-sounding, strong-performing engine that ably powers the sharp-handling Camaro, particularly in track-ready 1LE guise that includes a firmer suspension, grippier tires, and more aggressive styling. Did we mention it’s about $5000 cheaper than opting for the Camaro SS and its 455-hp V-8?

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