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The Chevrolet El Camino is Ready to Make a Come Back in 2016

[dropcap style=”style1″]T[/dropcap]he Chevrolet El Camino first ceased production in 1961 just two years after its induction due to not receiving the kind of welcome it deserved against its formidable foe the Ford Ranchero. Chevy then reintroduced it again in 1987 and it received proper appreciation but yet again ceased production just two years later.

Now, in 2016 the Chevy El Camino is once again ready to make a grand re-entry into the car market. Chevrolet has finally decided to bank on the popularity of recent truck models, currently available and take another gamble with this 2016 Chevy El Camino comeback Model. The famous pickup truck will feature a range of new improvements that will make it competitive to other modern cars currently on the market.

Changes are immediately noticeable from viewing the vehicles sleek body lines on the exterior and will extend to the interior, and won’t stop there. The engine will also feature improvements. On top of all the new features the 2016 Chevy El Camino will now also be available in an SS trim level, which will feature a redesigned front grille, advanced air intakes as well as modifications to both front and rear bumpers. This luxury truck will have an aggressive new styling system that is sure to make an impact. Chevrolet has promised attractive trim levels going by the names of Super Spot, Royal Knight, and Black Knight. It will feature all new alloy wheels, leather seats with heat control, more cabin space with more head and leg room. An automatic air conditioning system, an incredible audio system with touch screen center console, A navigation system, Cruise Control and driver, passenger airbags.

Currently, it is still a mystery when the 2016 Chevy El Camino might go on sale. It seems that Chevrolet is just increasing the hype for it and teasing its die hard fans. It is expected to hit dealers any time around 2016 with a price tag around $20,000 for the base model.

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