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Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
7,228 miles

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2015 Chevrolet Camaro engine problems

engine problem

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2015 Chevrolet Camaro Owner Comments

problem #5

Jul 302016


  • 30,000 miles


Ive had issues with the motor dealer has had to change pistons and vales. Which isn't very unsafe until your driving on the highway then you lose all power..then you have to Dodge traffic..or else.. ive had issues with the tire sensor that keeps going out, dealer changed it once and within a month it started acting weird again. Keeps telling me to add air to the tires when I took it in to the dealer they said it was fine. Until I get a blow out and wreck. Ive had issues with some lights that flicker while im driving. The dealer says "that there is nothing wrong with the lights". GM is buying back this lemon they sold me, however they would like me to keep driving this car with two completely bald tires around while they decide exactly how much they want me to pay them for dealing with this obvious lemon that they sold me. That's the thanks I get for choosing to buy an american made vehicle. I will not even drive this one year old car because it is so unsafe, please look into or at least make some of this information available so that other honest hard working people don't get caught in this horrible situation..

- Perris, CA, USA

problem #4

Dec 042015


  • miles
I started having problems with the gas, pump and now the engine, it's became a difective car for me and I don't want it.

- Sacramento, CA, USA

problem #3

Sep 302015


  • 6,000 miles
The contact owns a 2015 Chevrolet Camaro. While driving approximately 35 mph, the vehicle made a jerking motion, the steering wheel seized, and the engine stalled. The contact also stated that the engine warning indicator illuminated. The vehicle was towed to a dealer for diagnostic testing. The mechanic stated that the engine control module burned out, and needed to be replaced. The engine control module was replaced. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 6,000.

- Arlington, TX, USA

problem #2

Jul 012015


  • 115 miles
Purchased Camaro ls 2015  - June 26, 2015 car milage at time of first incident 115 miles stalled X 3 #1 July 2, 2015 while driving 20 miles per hour (engine shut down, put car in neutral and stopped, car restarted). #2 July 3, 2015 while driving 45 miles per hour in moderate traffic (engine shut down, put in neutral while driving, car restarted). #3 July 3, 2015 while driving  home, another engine shut down in moderate to heavy traffic at 45 miles per hour, put in neutral while driving, car restated). Each of the above shut down events showed no RPM with sudden slowing of vehicle in traffic. I avoided the brakes for fear of increasing risk of rear end collusion.  if such an event occurred on a freeway on moderate to heavy traffic, at a speed of 65 miles per hour would create a seriously unsafe situation. The car is unsafe and I had the dealership pick up the car from my home 7-6-15.

- Las Vegas, NV, USA

problem #1

Mar 022015

Camaro 8-cyl

  • 25 miles
We received a 2015 Chevy Camaro convertible as a rental car. This car was fresh off the delivery truck with only 6 miles on the odometer. Between the airport and our final destination that evening, we racked up approximately 55 miles. In that time, the car (engine) stalled/lost power/cut out 3 times as of writing this complaint. There was no loss of brakes or steering. The car was provided with a traditional key and not the GM switchblade, and the driver was not sitting close enough to bump the key into the off position. This is obviously not normal, and I am not the only one that has experienced this problem. Whoever is at fault, GM or the rental company for improper inspection before putting the car in the rental fleet, needs to resolve this issue as it is dangerous and potentially deadly.

- Wayland, MA, USA

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