Thinking about putting yourself in a new pony car, but can’t decide between a Mustang or a Camaro? Well, Chevy may have just made your decision a little easier.
CarsDirect reports that the Bowtie brand is reducing prices on the 2019 Camaro, with some cuts amounting to as much as $3,000 – money that can be put towards the gas and tires you’ll need if you drive your Camaro like it ought to be driven.
At $25,995 (including destination), the base Camaro LS starts $905 less for the 2019 model year than it did for 2018. Step up to the Camaro 1LT and you’ll be looking at $26,495 ($1,495 less than before). The 2LT starts at $28,495, which is where the peak $3,000 savings kicks in.
So why did Chevy cut that much off the MSRP? Largely because there’s a new 3LT slotting in above it for $31,995. The model is comparable to the 2LT, but comes with the V6 as standard (instead of an option over the base turbo). The 3LT also offers an available Convenience & Lighting Package (for another $2,800), which was previously offered on the 2LT (but no more).
Other changes for 2019 include the availability of the 1LE Track Performance Package ($4,500) with the four-cylinder turbo, when it was previously only offered with the V6. The LS will also be made available with the eight-speed automatic for the first time, on top of the six-speed manual, for another $1,495.
Higher up the list, the SS and ZL1 models continue unchanged, ranging from $37,995 for the 1SS coupe to $68,495 for the ZL1.