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Ford Mustang vs. Chevy Camaro Eureka, IL
It’s always a smart idea to do your research before buying a new car. The Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro are, in that order, the best-selling muscle cars in the United States, which means that anyone seeking new American muscle is bound to be comparing the two at some point. For your convenience, we’ve gone ahead and done just that.

Performance
The cars are very close in terms of performance, with the Mustang slightly edging ahead. Its V8 engine packs 435 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque compared to the Camaro’s 426 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque, but the torque delivery comes sooner in the Mustang (at 4250 RPM vs 4600 RPM), which gives it an extra kick. The Mustang also beats the Camaro handily in top speed (164 mph vs. 156 mph) and in how quickly it gets there.

Interior Space
Just because you’re riding low doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be comfortable. The Camaro is notorious for having poor interior space, and the Mustang beats it in every area despite being slightly shorter and thinner. It offers 55 cubic-ft of space at the front, 32 cubic-ft at the rear, and 14 cubic-ft in the trunk, compared to the Camaro’s 52 cubic-ft, 31 cubic-ft, and 11 cubic-ft, respectively.

Safety
When you’re at the wheel of a 400+ horsepower car, it certainly helps to feel a little safe. Both the Mustang and the Camaro have received the NHTSA’s five-star score for overall vehicle safety. However, the Mustang comes standard with a rearview camera system and available with Forward Collision Warning, neither of which are possible to have on the Camaro.

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