It’s safe to say 2015 was the year of Camaro. Chevrolet dropped the 2016 Camaro at Belle Isle earlier this year, whet our palettes with a first drive of the V6 prototypes, won more than a few comparison tests and was named 2015 Car of the Year.
According to the CamaroNews, pricing for the drop-top variant of the sixth-generation Camaro will be as follows:
- 1LT (turbo-four): $33,695
- 1LT (V6): $35,190
- 2LT (turbo-four): $37,795
- 2LT (V6): $39,290
- 1SS (V8): $44,295
- 2SS (V8): $49,295
The 2SS has reached new heights for a Camaro regarding price tags, but goodies available at that particular trim do create one heck of a value proposition.
So, what will it be? Coupe, or convertible? Talk to us in the comments section below.