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2014 SLP Panther Camaro Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited September 2014 in Chevrolet

image2014 SLP Panther Camaro Long-Term Road Test

Our long-term 2014 SLP Panther Camaro has a great looking engine.

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  • Nice! It may seem silly and should never (consciously, at least) be a deciding factor in terms of buying the car, but lets face it, when you open the hood to check the fluids or fix something, it'd be nice to see all that and make you feel that "I love this car" feeling. I like how its not some big piece of plastic that makes changing even your air filter time consuming.
  • hybrishybris Posts: 365
    @kirkhilles "I like how its not some big piece of plastic that makes changing even your air filter time consuming." This why I love fixing older trucks and cars you open the hood and you see the motor and can actually inspect things without bein
  • fully agree with you on the plastic-shrouded engines of current times. curious if you would place the iron-block Hemis anywhere on your list of gaze-worthy motors. i think theyre kind of cool...
  • I hate the plastic covers--the mice like to build nests under them, and I have to pop them off or unbolt them to check on cars left outside. Does anyone know (without guessing) why manufacturers spend money on them? I can only guess it is to keep dirt off the wiring and components under them, but wouldn't that just trap heat and degrade those same components? I would rather have dirt. Or is the cover for cosmetic purposes?
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