2012 Camaro, New Features/Upgrades, O'Donnell Chevrolet Buick, San Gabriel, CA 91776
This 2012 Camaro (V6, 2LT, RS) has several nice new features added from the factory including: The Backup Monitor (Rear Vision Package) integrated into the OnStar-Rear View Mirror, Dual Powered front seats, Newly Designed Steering Wheel with Larger Paddle Shifters, Leather Inlay on the dash, just to name a few. Chevy still has a standard 5-year/100,000 mile Powertrain Warranty included for peace of mind. Visit us online at http://www.ODchevy.com or call us at 626-285-3600 with any questions you may have or any request for new Chevy and Buick products or any Preowned vehicles you may be shopping for. (Correction on the horsepower here: This new V6 has 323 not 312).
This vehicle was proudly sold, 90 minutes after it arrived, to another Patriotic Couple supporting our American Economy. Congratulations to Tonie and Tony and thank you for your support! We know you will have years of fun in your new Camaro. Keep it under 100 and thank you for choosing Chevy! -Tim (your Salesman), Hugo (your Finance Mgr), and Jason (your Dealer Mgr).
All new while 2012 VW Beetle Exterior
Bolder, more dynamic, more masculine. A comparison to the 1998 New Beetle shows this: nothing remained as it was on the old car: "The Beetle is now characterized by a clean, self-confident and dominant sportiness. The car not only has a lower profile; it is also substantially wider, the front bonnet is longer, the front windscreen is shifted further back and has a much steeper incline. All of this creates a new dynamism," explains Klaus Bischoff. While the New Beetle was defined by three semi-circles (front wing, rear wing, domed roof above it), the new model has broken free of this geometry. The roof profile actually runs distinctly lower and can be considered a continuation of the Ragster concept car shown in Detroit in 2005 -- a type of hot rod based on the New Beetle. The new Beetle is bolder, more dynamic, more masculine.
New 2012 Honda Civic
Honda has launched the new Civic at the IAA Frankfurt Motor Show. Developed specifically for the European market, the Civic will be offered exclusively as a five-door hatchback and will compete in the C-segment, the heart of European Car market. It will reach European showrooms in early 2012. The designers of the new Civic wanted to keep the sporty and advanced elements of the car's character but tailor them to express the new model's even more elegant yet dynamic feel. In the build-up to the reveal of the new Civic, Honda has released a series of short form films detailing its development. The fourth of these films focuses on the design and quality.