The Chevrolet SS is what happens when a Camaro SS meets the full-size Impala. It has the performance chops to drift with the best muscle-cars, but also to blend smoothly into fastlane traffic anonymously.
Perhaps a bit too well?
The SS is handicapped only a year after its launch by looks that fail to excite and vaguely recall the previous-generation Impala, to some eyes.
These facts make its amazing performance and 415-horsepower V8 the car’s main selling points. The new magnetic ride control and no-cost six-speed manual will definitely help the SS appeal to its core buyer segments — and the updated MyLink system and cabin tweaks will make it far more liveable than its forebearer: the Pontiac G8 GT.
In hopes of adding some pizazz to the package, Chevy does have a variety of funky new colors that are certainly eye-catching over these rear-drive proportions and chrome brightwork.
Now more than ever, the 2015 Chevrolet SS serves a critical purpose for buyers with very specific, big-V8-rear-drive-sedan needs.
Pricing holds the line – with the SS coming in at just under $45,000, the same as the 2014 model-year.
The car is arriving now to Chevrolet dealers in more volume, and is very worth a stop to check it out for yourself!
SaabKyle04 did just that, and gives a great, concise and informative video review below. Thanks Kyle!
2015 Chevrolet SS
2015 Chevrolet SS – Exterior Gallery
The SS is brilliantly tailored to this dual purpose of track-ready pace and performance, plus a lounge-like back seat and giant trunk.
2014 Chevrolet SS – Interior Gallery