Now You Can Save Up To $3,000 On A New 2019 Chevy Camaro

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.

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  • Six_Tymes

    3 grand is a fat chunk. Nice offer Chevy, good move.

  • Mike anonymous

    Somehow I remember this (new updated) Camaro, looking a little better. It seems that Chevy for most of the 2000’s and early 2010’s was was head of ford when it came to vehicles.

    But ever since 2012-2015 (what I like to call Fords “come back years”), with the reveal and release 2014/15 Ford Mustang, Ford F-150, and 2017 Ford GT, (for starters), it seemed as though GM and Chevy have been hard at work (or at least just at work) trying to play “catch up”.

    I bring this up because I used to see the Camaro (especially during the years 2007/2010 – 2014/2013) as a superior vehicle to the Ford Mustang. I don’t know if anyone feels that same, but it just feels as though (since the 50th anniversary) the Camaro does not feature the same “presence” in the industry it once did compared to the current generation (face-life and pre-facelift) of the Ford Mustang.

    Maybe I’m wrong, but I’d love to know what you all think about it.


    • Bo Hanan

      Yeah, I hate the frontend on both cars.


  • Brent Morrison

    It has Asian eyes

  • fabri99

    I still have to get over the horrifying looks.

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