Jan 28th, 07, 05:18 PM
Just wondering what I heard from my bro who talked to someone who works at a chevy dealership is correct in saying that the new Camaro is going to start at around 40k for the base model? If that is correct then chevy is going to kill the car before they make them.
Jan 28th, 07, 06:14 PM
I seriously doubt that's correct.
Jan 28th, 07, 06:26 PM
Maybe an RS/SS convert with all of the toys would be $40K, but not a base car. My guess is $22-$23K for a V6, $27-$28K for a Z with decent equipment level, and $34-$35K for the convert. Look at the Mustang pricing, and the Camaro won't be far off if it is hopes to compete.
Jan 29th, 07, 03:06 AM
I didn't think that was correct. He even told my bro that it is an 08 model. He must of heard it from someone that wanted to start a rumor.
Jan 29th, 07, 04:17 AM
99% of dealerships are full of #&@#, especially when it comes to information about models that are that far out.
Two articles have quoted GM folks, including Bob Lutz, that the base 3.9l V6 Camaro should be around $21,000. It seems GM has learned from the Chevy SSR pricing issue. If the V6 Camaro isn't priced in line with the Mustang, GM is asking for trouble out of the gate :cool:
I can see the convertible model being ab out $3k above a comprable hardtop, that is how things have been on most cars for a while now. We'll see :D
Here are a few articles:
Ed Welburn talks about Camaro pricing (http://5thgencamaro.blogspot.com/2007/01/ed-welburn-talks-about-camaro-pricing.html)
Base Camaro to be around $21,000 (http://5thgencamaro.blogspot.com/2007/01/base-camaro-to-be-around-21000.html)
Feb 2nd, 07, 11:20 PM
It will need to be competive with the Mustang. The 07 V6 Stang is currently $19,250.