Chevrolet Camaro sales decreased 9 percent to 12,433 units in the second quarter of 2019, just after experiencing a rebound in sales during the first quarter. But despite the sales drop, Chevrolet discount offers for the Camaro during the month of July 2019 are pretty much insignificant. While Ford is discounting the Mustang by as much as $1,750, the only Chevrolet discount for the Camaro is a $500 cashback rebate. The discount is a drop in the bucket compared to thousands buyers were able to save with the 15 percent discount that was available earlier this year for 2018 models.
The one and only nationwide Chevrolet discount offer for the Camaro in July 2019 is as follows:
- 2019 Camaro customer cash: $500 customer cash
For reference, here are the applicable 2019 Camaro trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs:
- LS – $25,995
- 1LT – $26,495
- 2LT – $28,495
- 3LT – $31,995
- 1SS – $37,595
- 2SS – $42,995
- 1SE (ZL1) – $62,995
The $500 Chevrolet discount reduces the starting price of the 2019 Camaro to $25,495, while lowering the starting price of the range-topping ZL1 model to $62,495.
- Must take delivery by July 31st, 2019.
- See dealer for details.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
- Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
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About Chevrolet Camaro
The ChevroletÂ Camaro is a family ofÂ sports cars that includes a two-door coupe and two-door soft-top convertible as well as various performance variants such as SS, 1LE, ZL1 and ZL1 1LE. The legendaryÂ nameplate was firstÂ introducedÂ in 1966 and went outÂ of production in 2002, when the model was in itsÂ fourth generation. TheÂ Camaro was re-introduced in 2009Â as an all-new fifth-generation model based on theÂ GM Zeta platform.
TheÂ Camaro is currently Chevrolet'sÂ most affordable sports car,Â slottingÂ below theÂ Chevrolet Corvette.Â The current model was introduced for theÂ 2016 model year and represents theÂ sixth generation of theÂ Camaro nameplate. The model rides on theÂ GM Alpha platformÂ shared with theÂ Cadillac ATSÂ andÂ Cadillac CTS, though the majority ofÂ the architecture underpinning the CamaroÂ are unique to it.
The 2018Â ChevyÂ Camaro represents theÂ third model year of the sixth-genÂ Camaro thatÂ deletedÂ the Camaro 50th Anniversary Edition and the Krypton Green exterior color, while adding the ZL1 1LE Extreme Track Performance Package. There's alsoÂ an expanded availability of the SS 1LE Track Performance Package, which is nowÂ available on the 2SS Coupe,Â as well as the addition ofÂ a washer fluid level sensor.
A midcycle refreshÂ arrives for the 2019 model year that introduces new, model-specificÂ front and rear styling, a new trim level structure for LT models that adds a new 3LT trim, and a new 1LE track performance package for the 2.0L Turbo LTG engine. The 2019 Camaro also brings the new GM 10-speed automatic transmission for SS models, the Rear Camera Mirror,Â third-generation infotainment systems,Â and various other enhancements.
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