The 2024 Chevy Camaro marks the end of the sixth-generation sports car. As such, GM offered a few special-edition packages, including the Collector Edition. The Chevy Camaro Collector Edition package bundles together a variety of aesthetic enhancements, including a hood stripe. Unfortunately, it appears as though some 2024 Chevy Camaro Collector Edition buyers were double-charged for that hood stripe, per a new GM Customer Satisfaction Program.
The new customer satisfaction program is tagged as N232434570, and was released in February of the 2024 calendar year. The program only affects units of the 2024 Chevy Camaro equipped with the Collector Edition Package (RPO code Z4B). According to the new program, some 2024 Chevy Camaro Collector Edition customers may have been double-charged for the Black Center Stripe. To remedy this, GM is instructing dealers to issue a customer reimbursement check in the amount of $470.
The $470 reimbursement likely points to the Black Center Stripe (RPO code DUU) offered for 1LT, 2LT, and 3LT trims, or the Black Metallic Center Stripe (RPO code DW8) offered for LT1, 1SS, and 2SS trims, or the Black Metallic Center Stripe (RPO code DW8) offered for the Chevy Camaro ZL1. All three of these stripes are priced at $470 when offered as standalone options.
The content of the Collector Edition package varies based on the trim level selected. Highlights include a set of 20-inch aluminum wheels, exclusive badging, floor mats, a unique steering wheel logo, black lug nuts, black aero enhancements, and more. ZL1 trims also received a unique Panther Black Matte paint finish. The Collector Edition package was available for all 2024 Chevy Camaro trim levels, as well as both the Coupe and Convertible body styles.
It’s been reported that GM produced a total of 1,335 units of the 2024 Chevy Camaro Collector Edition. The final unit of the sixth-generation Chevy Camaro rolled off the line at the GM Lansing Grand River plant this past December.