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2016 Chevrolet SS Walk Around


Although true to its character, the SS loses some distinction by looking throwbackish and less contemporary than its rivals. Although we wonder who they might be, so let’s say less contemporary than many other full-size sedans. However, when you describe its features, it certainly sounds contemporary.

The Chevy SS is low. It’s got some wedge to it. It’s got a tapered greenhouse with hints of teardrop. Its wheels are staggered. Angled HID headlamps. Still, it does look like it might be a muscle car. Mostly, it looks like a Chevrolet, with its big bow-tie grille.

Interior

Inside the cabin, the SS feels more like a cockpit than other Chevy models. It’s got all the right stuff. Ice blue lighting. Nice leather. The front sports seats are quite comfortable, with ample bolstering that’s nicely supportive.

Given the hydraulic damped suspension bushings, and rubber isolation in the rear, we expected the cabin to be quieter than it was. We became quite aware of road noise on a long highway trip.

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