The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is likely one of the best performance-per-dollar purchases on the market at current. And for the 2017 model year, the sports car will be seeing some increases.
Now, the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro will see a $605 price increase across all trim levels and engine variants, including the turbo-four, V6 LT and V8 SS models.
Therefore, a base 2017 Camaro will now start at for $27,300, which includes destination, and the 2017 Camaro 1SS will rise to $37,900, while the 2SS will start at $42,900.
- 1LT coupe: $27,300
- 1LT V-6 coupe: $28,795
- 2LT coupe: $31,400
- 2LT V-6 coupe: $32,895
- 1SS coupe: $37,900
- 2SS coupe: $42,900
- Convertibles add $7,000 across the board
Additionally, the 50th Anniversary package may be applied to either the 2LT V6 coupe, or the 2SS variant. If the features and equipment in that model tickle your fancy, then it will cost an additional $2,595 on the 2LT coupe and rises to $4,390 on the 6.2-liter LT1 V8.
The 2017 model year Camaro should arrive at dealers this summer, so those looking to get the most power per dollar should snap up a 2016 iteration while they are still available. And, don’t forget, the 2017 Camaro will also bring in the 1LE track pack as well as the monstrous 2017 Camaro ZL1.