Chevy Camaro Sets Benchmark for Safety
With the new 2012 Camaro, Chevy proves that drivers seeking paramount safety need not sacrifice performance or sex appeal and settle for a dowdy soccer-mom car. Recently, the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) put the pony car under its recently-revamped (and might we add harder-to-pass) series of crash tests. Since tightening their criteria earlier this year, the NHTSA has denied all 46 cars assessed a perfect five-star rating, across the board... That is, until the new Camaro.
We're not talking an overall rating either. Fourteen other models also have rights to that prestigious claim. What we're talking about is something far more impressive - a perfect, five-star rating in each of the NHTSA's six test categories! Regardless of where you're car loyalty lies, you have to admit that's a pretty high benchmark to set...the highest, really. And, it's all thanks to Chevrolet's attentiveness to everything from body engineering to materials used; from the strategic integration of airbags to tire-pressure monitoring; from complementary OnStar services (i.e., Automatic Crash Response and Hands-Free Calling, among eight others) to the standardization of stability control and traction control.
The biggest advantage of all, however, is peace of mind. There are a lot of cars out there designed to allow speed fiends to 'drive like they mean it'. The 2012 Chevrolet Camaro, however, is the only one that offers truly unfettered protection should things ever get out of control.
Need to see it to believe it? Come on down to Ray Price Chevrolet in Mt. Pocono and take a test drive today. And remember, if you have any pressing questions (Camaro-related and otherwise), you can always contact us online or in person during our regular business hours.