Earlier this year we put Chevrolet’s order guide for the 2015 model year Camaro up online, showing us new color options like Blue Velvet Metallic and new optional extras such as illuminated footwells and a different 5-spoke 21-inch wheel design. If you’ve had your wallet ready ever since reading that news then get your notepad out, because here is what it will cost you.
According to Camaro News, the 2015 Camaro 1LS base model will start at the same entry price as the 2014 model did, $23,555.00 not including a $995.00 destination fee. The 2LS trim line will now start at $24,995, up from $24,755 in 2014. The 1LT convertible will cost the same for 2015, however the 2LT droptop will now fetch $34, 995, down from $35,155 in 2014. The rest of lineup, including the coupe and convertible versions of the 1SS, 2SS and ZL1, will cost the same.
As you can see, the prices between the 2014 and 2015 model year Camaros have not changed much. The biggest fluctuation in price is for the track focused Z/28, which carried an entry level price of $75,000 in 2014, including a $995 destination fee. For 2015, the Z/28 will fetch $72,305.00 plus that $995 destination charge. Chevrolet didn’t reveal a reason for this, however the 2014 run of Z/28s was limited to just 500 units and will thus be more exclusive than the 2015 model, which could have contributed to the smaller price.
Check out the full pricing and options list for the 2015 Camaro on Camaro News.