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Sometimes what you don't know can't hurt you, but that's not the case when buying a used car. As an independent vehicle history provider, at CARFAX we've made it our mission to tell you everything you need to know by uncovering as many events as possible from the previous life of a used car. Our primary goal is to help you get to know your next car from the inside out before deciding to make an investment that will be part of you and your family's everyday life. We believe your next car shouldn't be hiding anything from you.

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2017 Chevrolet SS review: Sunset of a sleeper muscle car

When the light turns green, those nearby pedestrians get treated to a deep-throated roar from the exhaust, although I refrain from burning up the tires.

The SS is the kind of car that aficionados love; not flashy but amped up with old school power. Leave the Camaro for the baseball cap and goatee crowd, the SS shows off true muscle car heritage. And not just typical American muscle, as the SS actually comes from our brothers down under, Australia, which boasts a similarly rich history of car enthusiasts.

Chevrolet imports the SS from GM's Holden factory in Australia, where it is known as the VF Commodore. Despite these origins, the steering wheel is on the right side, by which I mean the left side, and the speedometer shows miles-per-hour. Also familiar to me was the inclusion of GM's standard technology load, encompassing driver assistance and dashboard electronics. The American-ness of the SS didn't surprise me terribly, as I'd driven a Holden Calais-V Sportwagon in Australia two years ago, which showed how GM globalized its technology.

The SS muscles in between the Malibu and Impala in Chevy's sedan line-up, but fills an entirely different niche than its economical siblings. Along with its big V8 engine, the SS comes with a magnetic adaptive suspension, adjusting the damping rate depending on sensor data to keep the car level in the turns and improve handling, along with rear-wheel-drive. And its optional six speed manual transmission is something you won't find amongst its sedan brethren.

The body design doesn't show much in the way of bravado, and most people will likely confuse it with a Malibu, given the similar grille styling. But some performance cues stand out, such as hood and fender vents, and the bright red Brembo brake calipers peeking out from the wheel spokes.

I found the cabin roomy and comfortable, the sports seats' bolsters not too prominent to prevent easy access. A mix of leather and soft touch materials cover seats and door panels, red stitching adding to the look along with SS badges on seat backs and dashboard.

Familiar to me from past Chevrolet models, an 8-inch touchscreen centered in the dash shows the MyLink infotainment system, standard for the SS with navigation, stereo, hands-free phone and OnStar telematics. However, after plugging my iPhone into one of the car's two USB ports, I was disappointed to find it lacked Apple CarPlay, indicating a past generation of MyLink that would not support Android Auto, either.

Although not the latest version of MyLink, its navigation remains usable, with colorful and easy-to-read maps showing live traffic information. As destination entry lacks one-box input, I was left with the clunky method of entering city, then street, then street number for addresses, or figuring out a category for points of interest. It locks out more involved destination entry while underway, too, so I had to pull over to get navigation going.

Its audio sources include the typical, such as Bluetooth, USB and radio, but also add app integration for Pandora and Stitcher. The Bose 220-watt nine-speaker stereo could use more bass to compete with the engine sound, but overall it was enjoyable.

The SS really surprised and impressed me with how easy it drove. Faced with a manual transmission and a big V8, I expected something that would be a pain to drive in everyday traffic, but rolling out of the parking garage I noted the smooth action of the manual transmission shifter and the accelerator's well-controlled modulation. I could make it putt along at 3 mph, when necessary, without surging and leaping.

That six-speed shifter feels good going up through the gears, although it does employ GM's often-hated gear skipping, pushing the linkage from first to fourth instead of second as a means of saving gas.

Behind the wheel, the throbbing engine makes the SS feel big and brutish. When I could open up the throttle, the exhaust note proved classically satisfying. Chevy claims a respectable 4.7 seconds to 60 mph, not supercar fast but good enough. By the numbers, though, the SS won't offer much in the way of bragging rights. That 6.2-liter engine, lacking forced induction or even direct injection, only makes 415 horsepower and 415 pound-feet of torque.

And with the manual transmission, fuel economy comes in at an EPA-rated 16 mpg city and 22 mpg highway, putting it in Gas Guzzler tax territory. I averaged 16.6 mpg with plenty of highway driving, so expect to add a significant line item to your monthly fuel budget.

Electric power steering gives a nice, linear response, and contributes to the SS' decent handling. But the front-end doesn't snap around like in a dedicated sports car -- it's more of a modern muscle car feel. With a dial on the console, I could run the suspension through three settings: Touring, Sport and Performance. Ride quality doesn't suffer too much in Performance, so I could run it in that stiffest mode for miles on mountain highways.

As further modernization of the muscle car, Chevy gave the SS a few driver-assistance features, such as a forward-facing camera enabling a collision-prevention system and lane-departure warning. Missing from the package is adaptive cruise control, although with the SS' fuel economy, it wouldn't be my choice for longer highway drives.

Dodge pretty much owns the muscle car segment with its Charger and Challenger models, available in more variations than the number of baseball hats on display at Lids, but the SS gives Chevy something to show, especially with its manual transmission option. And it also gives muscle car fans devoted to the bow tie a sedan option to the Camaro. Its brutally low fuel economy is a typical sacrifice for muscle car ownership, but the horsepower and torque ratings make it hard to defend at a cars and coffee meet up.

The SS doesn't present much of a challenge to the buyer, as Chevy only offers it in one well-equipped trim. Navigation and driver assistance comes standard, leaving the main choice between six-speed automatic or manual, either a reasonable choice.

Collectors and procrastinators take note that, as the Australian automobile industry crumbles, this makes the last year for the SS, and will leave Chevrolet without a sedan counterpart to the Camaro.

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    used Chevrolet SS Vehicles For Sale in Tucson, AZ

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    • Miles51,036
    • ExteriorSummit White
    • InteriorJet Black/white Cloth Seat Trim
    • Engine1.4L 4 cyl
    • TransmissionAutomatic
    • VINKL8CD6SA0HC758966

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    • Miles21,218
    • ExteriorKinetic Blue Metallic
    • InteriorJet Black/dark Titanium Deluxe Cloth Seat Trim
    • Engine1.4L 4 cyl
    • TransmissionAutomatic
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    • Stock NumberP21H10014A
    • Miles65,776
    • ExteriorSilver Ice Metallic
    • InteriorJet Black Premium Cloth Seat Trim
    • Engine1.5L 4 cyl
    • TransmissionAutomatic
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    • Stock NumberP21H9008A
    • Miles14,408
    • ExteriorSummit White
    • InteriorJet Black Cloth Seat Trim
    • Engine1.4L 4 cyl
    • TransmissionAutomatic
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    • Stock NumberP21H9004A
    • Miles56,506
    • ExteriorRed Hot
    • InteriorJet Black Seat Trim
    • Engine3.6L 6 cyl
    • TransmissionAutomatic
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    • Miles35,300
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    • Miles36,500
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    Here's Why the Chevy SS Was a Total Failure

    SS Styling Changes Lead 2020 Camaro Updates

    Concept-inspired SS appearance, new LT1 V-8 model and 10-speed option with the 3.6L V-6

    2019-05-02


    DETROIT — A new front-end appearance for the SS and a new LT1 V-8 performance model add style and choice to the 2020 Camaro lineup, while a newly available 10-speed automatic transmission enhances models equipped with the available 3.6L V-6 engine.

    The new Camaro SS front-end appearance is based on the distinctive design of the Camaro Shock show vehicle that debuted last fall at the SEMA Show. The SS now features a repositioned bowtie emblem in the upper grille and a body-color bar between the upper and lower grilles.

    “Customers spoke, and we listened,” said Steve Majoros, director of Chevrolet passenger car and crossover marketing. “The overwhelmingly positive reaction to the Shock’s stylized design helped prompt its transition from concept to production.”

    The new LT1 model combines the content and design of the Camaro LT (1LT trim) and SS. It is powered by the 455-horsepower (339 kW) LT1 engine, making it the most affordable choice for V-8 performance in the Camaro lineup with a starting MSRP of $34,9951 (including destination).

    The Camaro LT1 is offered in coupe and convertible models, with a standard six-speed manual transmission or an available 10-speed automatic. Additional details include:

    • LT exterior styling combined with the SS’s vented hood.
    • LT1 fender badges and black bowtie emblems.
    • 20-inch x 8.5-inch SS style wheels at all four corners and all-season tires (versus the SS’s staggered wheels and summer performance tires).
    • Available Technology Package, including the Chevrolet infotainment system2 with 8-inch-diagonal color touchscreen and Bose premium audio system.

    “The new Camaro LT1 is a great choice for those seeking a pure V-8 performance experience,” said Majoros. “And at less than $35,000, it will be one of the most affordable V-8 performers on the market.”

    New 10-speed automatic and more

    A newly available 10-speed automatic transmission is now matched with the 3.6L V-6 engine in Camaro LT models. It is based on the 10-speed design offered with the Camaro SS and ZL1 but tailored for the performance parameters of the V-6.

    Additional 2020 updates include a new exterior color and an expanded range of available features across the lineup, giving customers more ways to personalize their new Camaro:

    • Rally Green exterior color.
    • Rear spoiler available on LS and LT (previously RS package only).
    • Dark-tinted taillamps available on LS and LT.
    • 20-inch forged aluminum wheels available on LT, LT1 and SS.
    • Red or orange brake calipers available on LT, LT1 and SS models.
    • Red seat belts available on all models (previously ZL1 only).
    • Red kneepads available on all models.
    • RECARO performance seats available on LT (previously 1LE only).
    • Sueded microfiber-trimmed steering wheel and shift knob trim available on LT and SS (previously ZL1 and 1LE only).
    • Alloy pedals available on all models (previously ZL1 only).
    • Black bowtie badges and Camaro fender badge available on LT.
    • Adrenaline Red and Ceramic White leather interiors now available on 2LT (previously 3LT and 2SS only).
    • 3LT now comes standard with the 2.0L Turbo engine and the Convenience and Lighting package (previously optional).

    On sale early fall

    The 2020 Camaro lineup goes on sale early this fall, with production at General Motors’ Lansing Grand River Assembly facility in Michigan.

    ABOUT CHEVROLET

    Founded in 1911 in Detroit, Chevrolet is one of the world's largest car brands, doing business in more than 100 countries and selling more than 4.0 million cars and trucks a year. Chevrolet provides customers with fuel-efficient vehicles that feature engaging performance, design that makes the heart beat, passive and active safety features and easy-to-use technology, all at a value. More information on Chevrolet models can be found at www.chevrolet.com.

    1MSRP excludes tax, title, license and dealer fees. Optional equipment is extra.

    2Infotainment system functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone, and USB connectivity for some devices.

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    Used Chevrolet SS for Sale

    2016 Chevrolet SS - Amazing and powerful.

    The quality and performance of this car is amazing. It is a luxury type car with a sports car feel. I love the power of the V8 engine and the fact that the car holds 5 people and has 4 doors. It is definitely a sleeper car that you can't tell by looking at it how powerful it is. I love that it can surprise anyone when you put the pedal to the floor.

    The quality and performance of this car is amazing. It is a luxury type car with a sports car feel. I love the power of the V8 engine and the fact that the car holds 5 people and has 4 doors. It is definitely a sleeper car that you can't tell by looking at it how powerful it is. I love that it can surprise anyone when you put the pedal to the floor.

    Taking this car to a cruise in car show and getting to tell others about the rarity of this vehicle and letting them hear the engine.

    Taking this car to a cruise in car show and getting to tell others about the rarity of this vehicle and letting them hear the engine.

    Powerful 415 horsepower engine, great technology, lots of room. One of my favorite features is the heads up display that lets you keep your eyes on the road while watching your speed limit and more. The trunk is very spacious and could hold 2 full golf bags. The parking assist is also a really great feature.

    Powerful 415 horsepower engine, great technology, lots of room. One of my favorite features is the heads up display that lets you keep your eyes on the road while watching your speed limit and more. The trunk is very spacious and could hold 2 full golf bags. The parking assist is also a really great feature.

    The only negative thing I would say about the SS is that the back seats don't fold down. There is a middle area that folds down but the actual seats do not fold down. If they did you could fit almost anything in this car thanks to the large trunk and roomy back seats.

    The only negative thing I would say about the SS is that the back seats don't fold down. There is a middle area that folds down but the actual seats do not fold down. If they did you could fit almost anything in this car thanks to the large trunk and roomy back seats.

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    2017 Chevrolet SS Sedan (6MT) - POV First Impressions (Binaural Audio)

    The Chevrolet SS sedan was like that distant relative you always heard about, vaguely remembered, and rarely ever saw. It’s a shame because the SS was a rear-wheel-drive sedan with a V8 engine under the hood and the option for a six-speed manual transmission. It was gone just as quickly as it arrived, which makes us wonder: What happened to the Chevrolet SS?

    It’s actually a Holden

    For those not in the know, Holden is the automobile marque of General Motors over in Australia. They have been building really cool cars since the 1940s and one of the best cars to come from there was the VF Commodore; a rear-wheel-drive sedan offered with either a V6 or a V8. Due to popular demand, GM finally decided to bring the Commodore over to the U.S. in the form of the Chevrolet SS. So basically, it’s a rebadged Holden.

    Back in 2013, GM decided that they were going to close the Holden engine and vehicle manufacturing plant in Australia in 2017. So part of the game plan was to import the Commodore and sell it in the U.S. as the SS from 2014-2017 in an effort to appease those who missed the defunct Pontiac G8, which died with the Pontiac brand in 2009. Their plan was to sell 12,000-15,000 Chevrolet SS units each year that it was in production. Unfortunately, they only sold around 3,000 per year, in reality, thanks to a lack of advertising and, as a result, a lack of public interest.

    Still an amazing car

    Although it was only here for a blink of an eye, the Chevrolet SS was still an amazing car. It was a large family-sized sedan that was only offered with a 6.2-liter V8 engine which put out 415 horsepower and 415 lb-ft of torque. The small-block 8-cylinder was mated to either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic, a combination good for a 0-60 time of 4.8 seconds and a quarter-mile time of 13.2 seconds. Not bad, considering this family-hauler weighed nearly 4,000 pounds.

    To back up all this power, the Chevrolet SS rode on a magnetic-ride suspension that could soften or stiffen up the ride at a moment’s notice and the stopping power was taken care of by massive Brembo brakes. The SS’ interior exuded quality as well as spaciousness. It had ample seating for five and came standard with leather seats that were embroidered and luxuriously stitched. It was everything that anyone could expect out of a $45,000 American sedan.

    Still a good deal

    Now that the Chevrolet SS is history, they still come up a lot on the used market. A quick search on Cargurus reveals that pricing will land between $25,000 to the high $30,000 depending on the location and mileage. Considering there’s not much you can get with this type of power and performance out a large, unassuming sedan, we think that anyone interested should probably make a move on one. If anything, you can think of it as a great American car that’s part of Australia’s automotive history.

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