Chevy Camaro Discount Offers Low-Interest Financing In October 202211
In October 2022, a Chevy Camaro discount offers low-interest financing on the 2022 Chevy Camaro and 2023 Chevy Camaro, in both coupe and convertible body styles.
However, there continues to be no cash purchase rebates this month.
The Bow Tie brand also offers a national lease for $249 per month for 24 months on the LT1 coupe featuring the 6.2L V8 LT1 engine for current lessees of a 2017 model year or newer vehicle.
Chevrolet Camaro Incentives
The Chevy Camaro discount offers in October 2022 are as follows:
- Finance Offers:
- 2022 & 2023 Camaro
- 3.49 percent APR financing for up to 60 months
- Must finance with GM Financial
- 2022 & 2023 Camaro
- Lease Offer:
- 2022 Camaro LT1 Coupe with 6.2L V8 LT1 engine
- $249 per month for 24 months
- Ultra low-mileage lease with 10,000 miles per year
- $5,169 due at signing for current lessees of a 2017 model year or newer vehicle (after all offers)
- $0 security deposit
- Available nationwide
- 2022 Camaro LT1 Coupe with 6.2L V8 LT1 engine
The above Chevy Camaro offers are valid on the sport coupe and convertible until October 31st, 2022.
Chevrolet Camaro Pricing
For reference, here are 2022 and 2023 Chevy Camaro trim levels and corresponding starting MSRPs, $1,395 destination freight charge included:
- LS – $26,395
- 1LT – $26,895
- 2LT – $28,895
- 3LT – $32,895
- LT1 – $35,395
- 1SS – $38,895
- 2SS – $43,895
- 1SE (ZL1) – $64,395
- LS – $27,495
- 1LT – $27,995
- 2LT – $29,995
- 3LT – $33,995
- LT1 – $37,495
- 1SS – $40,995
- 2SS – $45,995
- 1SE (ZL1) – $68,395
There were mostly aesthetic upgrades for the 2022 Chevy Camaro, namely new Design Packages, paint color changes and the deletion of two convertible top colors.
The 2023 Chevy Camaro is offered as the eighth model year for the current sixth generation, introducing several important changes compared to the 2022 model, including a pricing increase, introduction of a few new exterior colors, and the deletion of various optional equipment. The 2023 model year also sees the deletion of the optional 1LE Spec Visible Carbon Fiber Spoiler and deletion of the optional Sport Pedals Kit. The 2023 Camaro also adds two new 20-inch wheel options.
As a reminder, the Chevy Camaro engine lineup is comprised of four powertrain options, including the turbocharged 2.0L I4 LTG gasoline engine, naturally aspirated 3.6L V6 LGX gasoline engine, naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 LT1 gasoline engine, and supercharged 6.2L V8 LT4 gasoline engine. These engines are mated to the following transmissions, depending on engine and trim level: 6-speed manual standard on all models, 8-speed automatic available on LS and LT models, and 10-speed automatic available on LT1, SS and ZL1 models. Under the skin is the GM Alpha platform.
Production of the 2023 Chevy Camaro started at the GM Lansing Grand River plant in Michigan on June 17th, 2022. The online configurator tool is now live for the 2023 Camaro.
- Must take delivery by October 31st, 2022.
- See dealer for details.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- Some customers may not qualify for these Chevy Camaro discount offers.
- Offers not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
- All offers are nationally available, unless noted otherwise.
- Additional discounts may be available in certain markets.
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Right behind the Corvette, the Camaro remains one of the most beloved nameplates in automotive history. And yet, the buffoons who run gm are determined as ever to de-content the car and make the car so irrelevant that it will give them the excuse of killing off the car. Not even one hint that the car would return as an electric.
After killing the car after the 2002 model, I recall reading of some GM spokesperson saying in effect “No problem, our Monte Carlo (front drive-V6) stands ready to assume the role that the Camaro served”. Cars like the Mustang, Camaro, Challenger, Corvette have a loyal fanbase and when you dump on their car, they remember.
Yeah Mike they’re probably replace it with some electric vehicle that looks like an egg good luck on getting batteries wait until we have an embargo against us then the foolish people will look back and say well I guess we should have kept producing our own oil good luck America you’re going to need it
Don, unless there is a secret Camaro skunkworks team we have not heard of who are now working on that Camaro EV, as far as I’ve read, there is nothing in the GM pipeline to replace the Camaro with an EV version.
I think that with all of the changes and uncertainties in the auto world with battery cars vs. ice cars, quickly improving battery technology, leasing a car for two or three years with an option to buy is a smart move.
I hope this recession hits fast. Knocks down the prices and interest rates, and I am going to jump in and snag a lightly used one, or build one myself before old Mary kills this beloved vehicle! Such a disgrace that GM doesn’t show more love to this vehicle. After driving it in Vegas on a trip, it’s one [email protected] of a car for the price when it first debuted, they haven’t done anything to it, yet price hiked it last few years..
I remember the excitement going around when the Camaro was reintroduced in 2010. Cool, affordable car that really grabbed the public’s attention….and they sold a bunch.
Went and bought one myself.
Unfortunately, that magic is gone from the majority of GM.
I see what you’re saying but to be fair the 6th gen Camaro from 2016-2018 is not as good as the 2019 to current Camaros. The V6 and SS after 2019 have 10 speed automatic from the ZL1 which is a night and day improvement over the 8 speed auto, which is now only on the 2.0L turbo. The 2019+ Camaros are the only ones with Apple Car Play and the new infotainment system. Honestly if I were buying a 6th gen Camaro today, I would not buy one older than 2019. And comparing the 2010-2015 vs the 2016-current Camaros, they are a NIGHT AND DAY difference. That 5th gen was a big boat of a muscle car, the 6th gen is a true sports car that dominates the track when it comes to handling corners.
I just wished GM did more marketing and highlighted how good the 6th gen Camaros’ handling is. People shopping for American sports cars overlook the Camaro for the Mustang and Challenger because horsepower and 1/4 mile is all they see, but when it comes to the track and handling they don’t even stand a chance against a 6th gen Camaro.
I would be so sad to see Camaros going electric in the future. People say electric cars out-perform ICE, but that is only true IN A STRAIGHT LINE. Electric cars are heavy and can’t handle corners. The Camaro ZL1 1LE ran Nürburgring lap at 7:16.04, the Tesla S Plaid ran 7:35.579. Sure Teslas are fast in a straight line, but a 20 second difference on the track is like 100+ car lengths. 6th gen Camaro ZL1’s are competing with $300k Porsches and Ferraris in terms of track performance.
BEV’s are like the new “muscle cars”, only fast in a straight line. 6th gen Camaros are true sports cars.
Wait a sec. That interior looks familiar…. oh yes that is the same one that has been in the Camaro since this version came out! OMG god forbid any thinking outside the box GM should be hung out to dry for not making any changes to a great car over all this time. I have said here many times the second gen was a beautiful car. My 1973 Z. To this day one do the best cars I have ever owned. Ahead of it’s time for 1973. Hey what do I know right Mary.
1st and 2nd gen Camaros were beautiful. 5th gen looks like the 1st gen with the circular front lights and rectangular front grille. 2nd gen Camaro was the same car as the Pontiac Trans Am. But in terms of performance, 6th gen takes the cake easily. They have great handling and the V6/4cyl is doing the same numbers as V8 Camaros from 1st-4th gen, if not better. The 6th gen SS 1LE is a monster on the track, it does better numbers than the Shelby GT500. 6th gen Camaros are such sleepers, people don’t expect much from them until they do some research. And they are so affordable, a base 1LS Camaro costs less than a Civic Hatch (new for new)
I ordered my Camaro back in February. I still don’t have it. What is GM doing? Trying to deceive investors? All the sales numbers don’t mean anything. GM is apparently selling every car they build. Poor sales seem to be a direct reflection of poor production.
Wow it’s crazy the times we’re in. People have the money and are willing to spend it on a Camaro at msrp, and they cant get them. A few years ago Camaros were sitting in dealership lots, where they were begging people to buy them at 15-20% off msrp and 3.5% financing.