You already know all there is to know, so let’s cut to the chase, shall we? The 2016 Camaro starts at $28,245 (plus destination freight charge of $1,650), while the 455 hp LT1-powered Camaro SS, which can zip to
60mph 100km/h in 4-seconds flat, starts at $42,150 for the 1SS model. Meanwhile, the Ford Mustang currently asks for no less than $24,068 plus destination in Canada, but the 2016 Camaro SS is actually $2,575 less than the outgoing Camaro SS.
If you think that’s a reasonable sum you’re well on the money, as Chevrolet points out the 2016 Camaro 1LT is priced $2,575 less than the 2015 model while offering significantly more standard features like Chevrolet MyLink with Apple CarPlay, OnStar 4G LTE and even LED daytime running lamps.
There’s also no point in crossing the border to shop for a cheaper Camaro in the United States. At first, you may note that Canadians will pay roughly $1,550 more for the base 1LT (U.S. pricing starts at $26,695). But plug that number into a currency converter and you’ll see that our Camaro could easily start at $35,653 CAD, if GM simply based pricing on current conversion rates.
Like Camaros offered across the border, GM Canada offers a coupe and convertible model and a simplified lineup with two models (LT and SS) and four trim levels (1LT, 2LT, 1SS, 2SS). LT models can be had with a 275 hp 2.0L LTG I4 or a 335 hp 3.6L LGX V6, while the SS model gets its aforementioned heart from the Corvette.
The gen-six model Camaro is expected to wander into Canada either later this year or in early 2016, and here’s what you can expect to pay for each model:
Model Starting Price*
1LT Coupe – $28,245
2LT Coupe – $35,150
1SS Coupe – $42,150
2SS Coupe – $47,150
*Plus a destination freight charge of $1,650 and $100 AC tax.