The sales performance of the Chevrolet Camaro may not have been as great in 2012 as it was in 2011, as sales were down 4.4 percent year-over-year. But fans of Chevy’s pony car can still brag that the Camaro outsold its arch-rival, the Mustang, in the same time period.
Selling 84,391 units, the Camaro just edged the Ford Mustang, which sold 82,995 units, according to sales data from both automakers. This marks the third straight year that the Camaro has come out on top in the pony car sales war, to say nothing about how it’s spanked the competition in performance comparison testing.
Anybody want to place bets as to whether 2013 will mark a four-peat for the Chevy?
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