Chevrolet Introduces $3,000 Camaro Discount For Current Ford Mustang Owners

Chevrolet has announced a new $3,000 discount for the current Camaro to anyone who owns a Ford Mustang, as per GM Authority.

Back in August, Chevrolet started offering a $2,500 discount for the Camaro to Ford Mustang owners. This promotion was then extended into September and now has been upped by an additional $500 for the month of October.

The terms and conditions stipulate that someone must have owned a Ford Mustang for at least 30 days prior to purchasing a new Camaro to be eligible for the incentive. If you don’t own a Mustang and are looking to buy a new Camaro, Chevrolet will give you a $1,000 cash allowance.

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A $3,000 cash advantage like this is not to be sneezed at as it drops the starting price of a base Camaro from $25,995 to just $22,995. Similarly, it drops the price of a 1LT from $26,495 to $23,495, the 2LT falls from $28,495 to $25,495, the 3LT is now $28,995 rather than $31,995, the 1SS is available from $33,595, the 2SS from $39,995, and the 1SE (ZL1) falls from $62,995 to $59,995.

Those who want to take advantage of the deal must take delivery of a new Camaro by October 31st, 2019. Of course, there’s certainly a chance that Chevrolet will look to extend the incentive into November if it proves popular.

The introduction of this generous cash allowance comes shortly after Q3 Camaro sales this year dropped by 15 per cent over the same time period in 2018. Evidently, the car manufacturer is looking to bump up sales, particularly since it emerged earlier this month that the Challenger easily outsold the Camaro by almost 6,000 units – with 18,031 vehicles sold compared to the 12,275 Camaros sold by Chevrolet.

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  • db

    Seems the General still has money to incentivize certain models even after being on strike for a month? That sure isn’t saying too much for the Camaro sales.
    You can see this car being dropped sometimes in the not too distant future in favor of yet another SUV/CUV variant.

    • Jay

      I doubt they drop the camaro any time soon.

      • db

        The reason why I say that is because when this vehicle hasn’t been manufactured in a month and GM is not only offering incentives but even upping the incentive $500, to me that says this is a slow moving model and as we all know, cars are losing ground, especially of the two door variety.

        For the record, I hope you’re right and I’m wrong. I like this car.

      • LJ

        Actually, it’s recently been reported on this site and others than there are no plans for a new Camaro after the current generation.

  • Craig

    And yet no offer to Challenger buyers. Hmm….. I guess even Chevy knows that no one in their right mind gives up a Challenger for a Camaro!

    • MarketAndChurch

      Losing sales to both Ram and the Challenger has to really hurt. If there was ever a better time for FCA to dump money into Dodge, it would be right now, on an all-new Charger, and 3 SUV’s. A mid-engined Corvette killer would be cool but that can wait until FCA isn’t broke anymore.

      • Classic Bob

        “wait until FCA isn’t broke anymore” -LOL!

        FCA’s raking in profits from Ram and Jeep, they don’t simply seem to have the intelligence to invest where they should..

    • Classic Bob

      or GM execs are simply in denial that an almost 12 year old Chrysler product is beating them..

      • Craig

        That would have to be a little bit embarrassing!

  • WalthamDan

    Gee look what happens when you attempt to shove a corporate grille onto every vehicle including the Camaro. All you need to affix is the bowtie Chevy, not all the other design elements.

  • why not just drop the general MSRP by 1000 and call it a day?

  • TB

    Wow…that sounds…umm…desperate.

  • Bash

    ….. does it have that faulty key?

  • Mr. EP9

    They must really be desperate to catch up to the Mustang and Challenger.


  • Paulbe

    Its just plain ugly.

  • Bo Hanan

    Sad part is (barring its looks) it’s probably a great drive.

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