Chevrolet announces pricing for the 2010 Camaro

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On October 13, 2008, Chevrolet announced pricing for the all-new, 2010 Chevrolet Camaro.

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It starts at $22,995 MSRP for the V-6-powered LS model, and $30,995 for the V-8-powered Camaro SS (all prices include $750 destination charge). Customer ordering opened on Oct. 13, with production scheduled to start in first quarter of 2009.

“The wait is almost over,” said Ed Peper, GM North America vice president, Chevrolet. “The return of the Camaro gives sports car enthusiasts a reason to rejoice. It’s a 21 st century sports car with a distinctly American legacy.

More than 600,000 enthusiasts have requested information on the Camaro since its production was announced. Chevrolet is reaching out to give them the opportunity to be the first to order one.

The Chevy Camaro Web site carries information regarding early ordering, along with vehicle packaging information, a specification sheet and anticipated frequently asked questions about the ordering process.

Production is scheduled to begin in mid-February at GM’s Oshawa, Ontario production facility, with dealership deliveries shortly thereafter. Complementing the Camaro’s introduction is a range of performance, appearance and convenience accessories – including 21-inch wheels and tires; ground effects and stripe kits; and even a classic-styled Hurst shifter – that customers can order and have installed at their dealership. In some cases, the cost of the accessories and their installation can be rolled into the monthly payments.

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Camaro Early Ordering.
Q. How much will the 2010 Camaro cost?
A. Delivering great value to our customers has been one of the hallmarks of Chevrolet and previous Camaro generations. The 2010 Camaro was developed with this legacy in mind – to deliver great value against its core competitors in the areas of style, technology, efficiency and performance. The 2010 Camaro LS will start at Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price of $22,995, including Destination and Freight Charges (DFC) and excluding tax, title, registration and other dealer fees. The 2010 Camaro SS starts with a Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price of $30,995, including Destination and Freight Charges (DFC) and excluding tax, title, registration and other dealer fees. For further information on individual model and option prices, please consult with your Chevrolet dealer.

Q. Can I change an order once it is placed with a dealer?
A. Orders can be changed, but only by your dealer, and up until the time the
order is placed into the production cycle. Once the order is placed into the production cycle, no changes can be made to the order.

Q. If I place an order for a Camaro with a dealer, is it guaranteed to be produced and delivered by the summer of 2009?
A. Order submission assists GM and Chevrolet in understanding market demand. Each Chevrolet dealer has been provided an estimated production guide number based on an estimated production horizon. The guide number comprehends individual dealer’s retail sales and competitor’s market trends; and was calculated based on expected production through Q3 2009. However, General Motors does not guarantee order production due to many factors including unexpected production disruptions. Chevrolet dealers are also responsible for controlling and prioritizing their customer’s order flow versus their individual production guide numbers; and in some cases, customer demand may exceed production capacity. For this reason Chevrolet will not guarantee individual customer’s order’s production or timing.

Q. I want to make sure my Camaro order gets produced as soon as possible; how can I find each dealer’s production guide number?
A. Sorry, each dealer’s production guide number is considered confidential and not available to the public.

Q. Which Chevrolet dealer should I order my Camaro from?
A. Chevrolet has great respect for every authorized dealer, and does not recommend one dealer over another. To see a list of your closest Chevrolet dealers, please visit the home page of, and enter your zip code in the dealer locator section.

Q. Am I obligated to take delivery through the dealer I ordered the vehicle?
A. As indicated in an earlier answer, dealers are submitting customer orders against an estimated production guide. Unless extenuating circumstances are present, orders cannot be transferred from one dealer to another.

Q. How do I know my order was submitted to Chevrolet?
A. Upon entering the order information into the GM ordering system, each dealer is provided a six-digit alpha-numeric order number for customer and dealer reference.

Q. The dealer requested my name and address for the order; is this a requirement?
A. Yes, for a dealer to submit a bona-fide customer order, the customer’s full name and address is required. You will also want to ensure your correct name and address is on the order in the event GM and/or the dealer needs to contact you in the future.

Q. How can I track my order?
A. As mentioned above, your order is assigned a six-digit alpha-numeric order number which is necessary to track an order. The best method to track the order is to stay in touch with your ordering dealer; however, you can also track the order by contacting the Chevrolet Customer Assistance Center at 800-222-1020.

Q. Why can I not submit an order for my Camaro directly to Chevrolet?
A. The partnership between Chevrolet and the vast nationwide network of Chevrolet dealers is very important, and was established to best serve our customers. With this in mind, only Chevrolet dealers are authorized to submit orders to General Motors.

Q. Will I have to put a deposit down to order my Camaro? And how much?
A. As part of normal business practices, some dealers require customers to put down a monetary amount to submit an order. A deposit requirement, as well as final transaction price, is negotiated between you – the customer – and the dealer.

Q. When can I submit an order for a Camaro convertible?
A. The Camaro convertible is scheduled to start production in the summer of 2010 as 2011 model. Convertible ordering information will be provided at a later date.

Q. Will I be able to take delivery of my Camaro at the plant?
A. Camaro will be produced at the award winning Oshawa assembly plant in Ontario, Canada. U.S. and Canadian customs and legal requirements prevent us from offering delivery of your Camaro at the Oshawa assembly plant.

Q. Where can I find information regarding models, options and packages?
A. Chevrolet has prepared a downloadable pdf file that provides basic ordering information. Each Chevrolet dealer has been provided full order guides and workbooks to help you chose the Camaro that is perfect for you.

Q. Is there a full-line Camaro catalog available to review?
A. Our catalog is under development and will be available early in 2009.

Q. In reviewing the Camaro model lineup, I noticed there is no Z28 model; are there plans for Z28 model?
A. The “Z28” moniker has an honored place in Camaro’s history; but at this time, Chevrolet will not have a Z28 model available in the first production year. Chevrolet continues to review market opportunities and does not comment on future product plans.

(source: GM)

2010 Chevrolet Camaro colors.

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro in White.

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro in Silver Ice Metallic.

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro in Gray Metallic.

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro in Black.

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro in Rally Yellow.

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro in Inferno Orange Metallic.

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro in Victory Red.

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro in Re Jewel Tint Coat.

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro in Blue Metallic.

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro in Imperial Blue Metallic.

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Carlos's comments

I really hope this car does well for GM's sake as well as ours (no one wants to see this company go belly up). Aside from whether is vehicle is for me or not, it is a very desirable car by many. A disturbing reality however has been that even during the current financial crisis, and the state of poor sales in the auto industry as a whole, I have heard of Chevrolet dealers asking as much as a $10,000 dealer markup on the V6 model, and more for the V8.

It is simply unreal for this to be happening. Chevrolet dealers should be doing everything they can to get customers back in the showrooms for more than just one visit, and GM should demand that this be stopped. Even worse are those who are willing to pay extra like this and is simply indicative of why we all find ourselves in this global financial situation.

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