The Chevrolet Camaro is now on sale in the UK

Prices start from £31,755 for the entry-level Ford Mustang rival

The Chevrolet Camaro is now on sale in the UK. The new Camaro is available with either a 2-litre turbocharged engine, or a naturally aspirated V8, as well as a choice of manual or automatic gearboxes.

Prices start at £31,755 for the entry-level 271bhp 2-litre coupe, rising to £35,755 for the convertible. The 2-litre engine is available only with an 8-speed automatic gearbox.

Alternatively, the Camaro can be specified with a 6.2-litre 449bhp V8, complete with a limited slip differential and the option of either a manual or automatic gearbox. Prices for the V8 Camaro start at £38,245, rising to £41,020 for the convertible.

>Read our Ford Mustang review

Standard equipment on both cars includes multiple driver select modes, an 8-inch instrument cluster and run flat tyres.

Options include paint stripes at £550 each, or gloss black 20-inch wheels for £940. Magnetic ride control and a dual-mode exhaust can be specified for £1460.

The new Camaro is actually priced slightly above the Ford Mustang, which costs from £28,995 for the 2.3-litre EcoBoost model. The V8 Mustang is £32,995.

The Camaro will be left hand drive in the UK and sold in limited numbers, with a build allocation of just 15 coupes and 3 convertibles for 2015. 

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