It’s a great time and a not so great time for the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro. The sixth-generation of the sports car has been piling up on dealership lots, but at the same time, Chevrolet is pumping out some of the greatest variants of the car we’ve ever seen, like the 2017 Camaro ZL1.
But, great cars don’t mean much if they aren’t selling. And unfortunately, it’s just a matter of market shifts at the moment, as more consumers are looking for crossovers and utility vehicles rather than a pony car. So, we’re coming to you with that in mind for today’s Community Question: what could Chevrolet do to help sales?
General Motors has already confirmed it will shut the Lansing Grand River assembly plant down for two weeks to help curb the Camaro’s growing inventory glut and incentives have risen for the sports car, too. Is it price? Equipment? Lack of marketing?
The Camaro is pretty capable no matter which trim or configuration you choose, and the Camaro is usually present in most Chevrolet ads. The automaker can only push so many incentives on a vehicle before things start to get ugly, too.
So, if you have any creative ideas, sound off in the comment section below.