Ford Mustang vs Chevy Camaro


Ford Mustang

Muscular exterior styling and a nearly endless list of customizable features are just two traits to look forward to with the Mustang and Camaro. The heralded sportscars can sometimes be heard revving to top gear on long, straight stretches of road around King William, Williamsburg, and West Point. If you're in the market for a muscle car, comparing the Ford Mustang vs. Chevy Camaro is an integral part of the research process.

To make it a little easier, West Point Ford has laid out specifications from both models side by side!

Choosing Your Trim Level

Ford Mustang SpecsFor models as acclaimed as the Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro, trim levels are a way to pay homage to the past while still delivering to drivers a unique, personalized sportscar. When looking at the pair side by side, the Mustang offers far more personalization that the Camaro.

Trim options for the Ford Mustang are more extensive than the Chevrolet Camaro, which are limited to the standard LS, the LT, LT1, SS, and finally the ZL1.

By contrast, Ford offers 10 trims for the Mustang, so you're sure to find a variation that fit your tastes. It starts with the EcoBoost® Fastback then progresses to the EcoBoost® Premium Fastback, EcoBoost® Convertible, and GT Fastback.

After you consider the EcoBoost® Premium Convertible and GT Premium Convertible, the rest of the trims include:

  • GT Premium Fastback
  • BULLITT™
  • Shelby GT350®
  • Shelby® GT350R
  • Shelby® GT500
Ford Mustang Trim Levels Ford Mustang Trims

Which Sportscar has More Performance to Offer?

The Chevy Camaro and Ford Mustang offer unbelievable performance levels, especially if you choose the strongest engine in each model. While both deliver on their promise of thrilling on-road dramatics, Ford has a clear advantage if you're looking at the raw performance specifications.

At the top of the Ford Mustang engine lineup is a snarling 5.2L Shelby ® GT500® Supercharged V8 engine that boasts 760 horsepower. That motor is mated to a TREMEC® 7-speed dual-clutch transmission so you can quickly reach hair-raising speeds.

For the competing Camaro, the supercharged 6.2L V8 is the strongest offering yet peaks at just 650 horsepower.

Making Space Inside Your Sportscar

Ford Mustang InteriorAs you're performing one athletic feat after another in your Ford Mustang or Chevy Camaro, you'll find that a spacious, accommodating driver's seat goes a long way towards combating fatigue. In addition to the driver's seat, it's helpful to have a trunk that can actually fit your golf clubs and maybe a bag of luggage.

Here are how a few key dimensions compare between the Ford Mustang vs Chevrolet Camaro:

  • 13.5 cubic feet of trunk space in the Ford Mustang
  • 45.1 inches of legroom in the Ford Mustang
  • 9.1 cubic feet of cargo space in the Chevy Camaro
  • 43.9 inches of front legroom in the Chevy Camaro

Which American Icon gets the Edge?

With more space for the driver, more power under the hood, and more customization options, the Ford Mustang bests the Chevy Camaro. At West Point Ford, we're always happy to get our friends in the local community behind the wheel of the Mustang so they can test it out themselves around West Point, King William, and Williamsburg!