2017 Chevrolet SS consumer reviews

$46,625 starting MSRP
side view of 2017 SS Chevrolet
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 5.0
  • Value for the money 4.7
  • Exterior styling 4.5
  • Reliability 4.9
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Never thought driving could be so much fun!

This is my first performance car and I never thought driving could be so enjoyable. With the four doors and space provided the fun can be shared by others. This is an American Throwback from a time when the USA did this best.


Best car I’ve owned

The Chevy SS will blow your mind with the power it puts out. It’s a 4 door sedan that get you to the grocery store but will blow the others off the road from red light to red light it’s sleek but will kick xxx when needed


Amazing Value For The Money!!

I’ve owned my 17 SS for over two years and currently have 45k miles on it. Besides oil, filters and tires it has been bulletproof. The small block sounds amazing especially on a cold start in sport or performance mode. This is such a well balanced sedan with room inside and a trunk. It’s rarity is fun as weekly someone asks me ...what is it?? If you never had the opportunity to own one and are looking for a reliable performance sedan nothing can come close to this car. I traded a 14 Audi S6 for this car and actually enjoy driving my SS better than the S6. I only wish GM would’ve shipped the tooling here after Australia ceased production. For the money this is the best performance sedan that GM has ever built.


Just a fantastic car

I have a 2017 with the manual transmission Orange Blast color. No matter where I go and park it, more often than not someone comes up to me and asks " what kind of car is this ? " I have the Holden badges on it which really adds to its interest. The reaction is always just... WOW !


Excellent performance, power and handling

This car is such fun to drive. It has power to spare, grips the road like a champ and looks inconspicuous driving down the road. Has room for the whole family and an enormous trunk for those quick (and I do mean quick) trips to the grocery store. This car is a gem. Not many options, but GM only imported about 3000 per year, so this makes sense. The infotainment system wasn't nearly as good as the one in my wife's Ford, but that isn't an issue for this car specifically, and it still worked pretty good. Excellent navigation system. The stabili-trac system took away my only concern, and that was that much hp and torque in a rear wheel drive car that I would be driving in Michigan winters. The magnetic ride control is I-N-C-R-E-D-I-B-L-E. I thought it was just marketing mumbo-jumbo when I first saw it described in a Chevy truck commercial, but it is the real deal. Best car I've ever owned. And not by a little bit either.


It’s just a xxxxxxxx car

I’ve owned 76 P formula. 77 trans am. Buick 80 lasabre l. 84 ss monte. 85 Silverado. An between the 77 trans am an this. The ss both great cars. Gm. Keep it going


Fun to drive

The seats are a bit hard so I give it 4 stars for comfort. What can I say, 2 years later and I can still get over 90% of what I paid for it, very few cars that can do that. Basically this is a camaro for those of us with kids. I take it on ski trips with snow tires and it is a fun car to drive on the mountains. I cannot recommend it for long trips... but just buy another more cushy car for that and keep the SS for 2-3 hour adrenaline loaded trips


Great car

Amazing car for the money. Great usable space. This car may be the last of its kind, v8 powered, option for a manual transmission, and seating for a family of 5.


Incredible family sedan

I have owned this vehicle previously and although it was totaled in an accident I had to acquire another. My personal preference is a manual transmission which is why I first looked at this vehicle. It is hard to find a vehicle that seats 5 has this much space, power, comes with an option for a manual transmission, and is in this price point. The Cadillac ATS-V would be a runner up, but it doesn’t have the sound and feel of a V8, is smaller and more expensive. The only reason I knocked it down a star in exterior is because it has more chrome than I care for.


own 2 now

Order my 2017 in nov 16 after test driving one. May 2017 took delivery and loved it ever since. Put mine away in winters so few months ago my wife decided she wanted her own to drive year round, found one listed here on cars.com and worked out a deal with the dealer drove 2400 miles round trip to get it.