In 1964, Ford achieved a smash hit with the Mustang, a coupe that blended style, performance, and value — and that quickly spawned imitators from General Motors and Chrysler. In the time since then, the two-door coupe has slipped from a popular mainstream choice to a small niche. But some notable survivors sell in high volumes even today, all tracing their roots to the “pony car” wars of the late 1960s: the Mustang, the Dodge Challenger, and the Chevrolet Camaro.
The Camaro and Mustang are the leading rivals, and in fact, recently they've traded off victories with the AutoWeb community. Last year, users requested the most price quotes for the Ford, but this year the Chevrolet took that designation — so the 2019 Camaro wins our AutoWeb Buyer’s Choice Best Coupe Award. Here are 10 reasons that the Camaro edged out not only its closest competitors, but also every other coupe on the market.