Well, even if you can’t make up your mind you should totally vote in our latest poll. Would you do us a solid and just click on one of the cars below?
Anyway, let’s start with the Ford, which, back in the day, was introduced a couple years before its bow-tie rival. In non-special-edition trim the Mustang is available with three different engines ranging from a base V6 to an EcoBoost four-cylinder to a fire-breathing 5.0-liter V8.
And that last option is the one you really want. It delivers 435 horses and 400 lb-ft of torque, stout numbers to be certain. Power is sent to the ‘Stang’s rear tires through either a manual or automatic transmission, both of which have six ratios.
Likewise, Chevy’s offering is available with three different engines. The base unit is a turbo four, but stepping up from there you can also get a muscular V6. However, like in the Ford, the premiere engine has two banks of four cylinders.
“Special” models notwithstanding, the Camaro’s top powertrain offering is a 6.2-liter small block V8. With features like variable valve timing and direct fuel injection it puts out some pretty heroic numbers, 455 units of both horsepower and torque. A six-speed manual gearbox is on the menu, as is a technologically advanced eight-ratio automatic.
So, there you go, that covers the important basics about each of these legendary performance cars. Have you made up your mind yet? Can you pick a favorite? If so, please vote down below and let your voice be heard! If not, you can compare them here and learn even more about each one.