The featured Camaro RS in the video has many customization from top to bottom since factory production but lets take a look at the 2013 RS vs Base model
It’s always good to get a feel of two models from the same range to compare which is better for you. Here is a comparison of the 2013 RS version versus the 2013 base model.
- 5 star rating for safety from the NHTSA
- Beautiful looking exterior
- Good handling
- Limited headroom for taller drivers
- Short drivers will struggle to see out the car due to the position of the belt
- Small trunk
The base model comes with a 3.6L V-6 Engine, 323 horsepower and remote keyless entry. The RS model, on the other hand, boasts 426 horsepower and powerful 6.2L V-8 engine that is sure to make men of all ages swoon. The cloth seats come in black or white for the base model. As for the RS model, the leather seats come in beige, black,gray, Inferno orange and Mojave. Both seat 4 people so there’s no excuse for one not to invite their buddies along as they cruise along the coastline.
Specs – Exterior
When it comes to the body of the car, tire size matters. A lot. The base model is equipped with 18 x 7.5 in. wheels while the RS model comes with 20 x 9.0 in. wheels. Colors for both models range from Ashen Grey Metallic to Summit White. There’s something for everyone.
The base model ranges from$23,345while the RS model is between $32,635 and $38,685. Not bad considering its safety features are among the best in the motor industry.
If you’re looking for a good-looking car with all the trims and features at an affordable price, the 2013 Camaro base model is the one for you. However, if you’re ready to splash a bit more cash for a heftier, more powerful vehicle, then the RS model is your best bet. Either way, both cars are worth it.