Mustang Trims vs Camaro Trims

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Asked by May 16, 2018 at 04:53 PM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: General

I just want to know what you guys would think the trims would match up to for each car. Like a 1LS vs a Base V6? I'm just curious as I have never owned a Camaro, but love my little base Mustang with a passion.

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I like Fords personally. If you like your base car you would love a GT.

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The Chevy and Ford websites probably have a car comparison feature. Select one car and then pick others for side by side comparison,

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I didn't think about the websites. I'll try that. This is more for future reference though, if I'm ever in the market for a Camaro. (And a 2010-12 5.0L is on the radar in the future. ;) ) Also, this is just me being curious about people who have owned one, the other, or both, and how they compare them.

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