We may have the answer to just what the 2014 Camaro will cost in America, down to every option.
For the base V6 Camaro, the vehicle MSRP is listed as $23,455 — a $110 mark up from the 2013 model year. Meanwhile the V8-powered 2014 Camaro SS will begin at $32,995, which is $360 over what we see currently. The ZL1 will set buyers back at least $54,995, while the ZL1 Convertible is listed as the most expensive model, at $60,155.
No pricing has been listed for the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. However the expectation is that it will be more expensive than even the ZL1.Meanwhile, the 1LE performance package remains at a bargain $3,500, while the optional Recaro seats will set buyers back another $1,995.
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