So i checked out some â€˜murican muscle this weekend. I tested a few new GT premiums and one camaro LT1 v8 manual. The Camaro was simply an incredible drivers car. Like a scalpel but with brutal torque. You pay some visibility penalty but it's definitely not a deal breaker At my 5'10.5" height. Unfortunately i was not yet able to test the 10 speed camaro. Perhaps i will rent a hertz model on their 3 day rent to buy deal. The 6 speed makes you skip shift 1st to 4th unless you really get on it. But thats okay cause this thing can pull hard from 1000 rpm in 4th and very light throttle. The precision and shift quality is stunning. Very impressive power, feels much stronger down low than the stang. Looking in the engine bay the GM is so clean and has space to reach everything. The mustangs? Wow you can see out of these better and its more comfortable. The manual mustang simply had subpar shift quality, so i would only want a 10 speed. The GT premium 10 speed non performance pack is a real winner for a cruiser with power. I am seriously interested. I did not care for the recaro seat option as the regular heated and cooled seats were so nice. I did talk numbers on both the GT Premium 10A and the LT1 6 speed. Ford has some 0% for 72-84 months but it costs a rebate so its really like 2.5% or so. The camaros are like unicorns on lots and hard to find so no jaw dropping deals there. It seems i would pay only a few thousand more for the nicely equipped GT Premium vs the camaro base. The mustang appears to be the winner for day to day easy enjoyment. The Camaro needs full attention and precision driving but that is also part of the fun right? I need to test the higher trim 10 speed camaro as i think it may offer some of that mustang daily comfort and still be a 6.2 liter gem of a power plant. To get this i would need to go used, like 20k miles, and a 2019 with the less attractive front grill. One dealer that had a new 2020 2SS was like 2k off 46k, hah no thanks. Hertz is 30k for same thing with 20k miles. But if i do go used i can consider the SS sedan, also in these similar price ranges but more useful and unique.