2013 camaro ss 0-60 The 1LE exceeds its status as an option package in that it truly changes the character of the SS—and we’re not talking about the matte-black hood. (It’s a wrap, and it looks unfinished.) The difference becomes apparent when you throw the Camaro 1LE into a corner. Where the SS understeers, the 1LE darts toward apexes. The Camaro still feels like a behemoth—that problem is deeply rooted in its squinty greenhouse and a curb weight we estimate at 3900 pounds—but the newfound eagerness scrubs away its greatest dynamic flaw. The electronic power-steering system (standard on all SS models and shared with the ZL1) is a fine representative of the breed, with a progressive weighting and natural feel. The 1LE doesn’t represent as comprehensive a revision as does its direct competitor, the Boss 302, but neither is it quite as expensive.
For 2013 2013 camaro ss 0-60, both the SS and 1LE equipped with
manual transmissions offer a dual-mode exhaust system like that on the
ZL1, where baffles open under increased load. The car we drove had it,
and we wouldn’t recommend any Camaro owner try to live without it. For
such a dramatically shaped vehicle, the SS sounds kind of wimpy. This
exhaust gives the car more of the tympanic-membrane-shredding roar that
makes the Corvette such an aural treat.
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it still seems as though the designation had been plucked from an
alphanumeric bingo bucket, 1LE has new significance for 2013 as an
option package for manual-transmission Camaro SS models. It brings a
host of upgrades ported from or inspired by the mighty ZL1. The pieces
that make the most difference fall into the latter category, however,
including the front anti-roll-bar mounting setup, 10-by-20-inch front
wheels and 11-by-20-inch rears, and beefier half-shafts. The equipment
pilfered directly from the ZL1 includes wheel bearings, toe links, rear
shock mounts, the fuel pump, the flat-bottom steering wheel, the
short-throw six-speed manual and its transmission cooler, and 285/35-20
Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar G: 2 tires all around (the ZL1 gets 305/35-20
rubber at the rear). The beefy wheel-and-tire combo actually saves a
total of 22 pounds of unsprung weight.
2013 camaro ss 0-60 The 1LE package also comes with a shorter
final-drive ratio of 3.91:1 versus the 3.45:1 rear end in the SS and
adds monotube rear dampers—instead of the SS’s twin tubes—and a
strut-tower brace. As for externals, Chevy
engineers tell us that even though the 1LE’s splitter increases
downforce in the front, the wider wheels generate enough lift to bring
the 1LE right back in line with the SS. Out back, the SS’s lip spoiler
carries over to 1LE cars.