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CamaroNinja577 05-28-2008 09:12 PM

Pricing of a v6 Camaro
 
i know theres alreay a v8 pricing but what about those who want a v6 i know its not alot of you but, just to see the difference. From base to top noche.

The_Beast_ 05-28-2008 10:37 PM

Id actually say 21 to about 23,9.

DGthe3 05-28-2008 10:53 PM

I'm going to go with 20-22k. The stang is $19 650 MSRP, so I expect the Camaro to start at maybe $1500 more than the Mustang

MerF 05-28-2008 11:01 PM

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Originally Posted by CamaroNinja577 (Post 73175)
i know theres alreay a v8 pricing but what about those who want a v6 i know its not alot of you but, just to see the difference. From base to top noche.

Where is the V8 pricing that you speak of? Unless you mean a poll that laready exists...anyway I choose the lowest option.

chadrcr 05-28-2008 11:07 PM

If they want to sell the 100,000 per year, that was stated.....
It will have to start very near the $20,000.... to compete with the Mustang.
If there are 2 v6 options the non DI 3.6 would help keep the $$$ down.

CamaroNinja577 05-28-2008 11:19 PM

ok so some where close to 20k base price.

Mr. Wyndham 05-28-2008 11:24 PM

I chose the lowest choice. 20k-22k

It might be worth noting, that the price difference between Direct Injection, and non-Direct Injection versions of the CTS is a mere $2300. BUT that upgrade also includes the 6-speed automatic, which is itself a $1250 option in the Corvette. Not to mention the whole idea of having an "uplevel" vehicle (especially a Caddy) means you have to pay a little extra for it...

So in reality, all else being the same, the cost difference between the two engines should be just under 1000 bucks. If a non-DI V6 could ring the Camaro in at $21,000. Then the DI V6 should be able to do it at $22,000 easy.

CamaroNinja577 05-28-2008 11:36 PM

ya thats a nice base price, with the mustang the 20k one oesnt look nearly as good as the camaro. but the base camaro is looking real good.

chadrcr 05-28-2008 11:36 PM

Close enuff to the Mustang for me.... Especially with the LLT !!!

DGthe3 05-28-2008 11:49 PM

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Originally Posted by MerF (Post 73212)
Where is the V8 pricing that you speak of? Unless you mean a poll that laready exists...anyway I choose the lowest option.

Yeah, I think he means my poll, judging by the name he chose for this thread. Oh, heres the V8 poll for anyone who wants to give input: Pricing of V8 Camaros

CamaroNinja577 05-29-2008 12:11 AM

ya, DGthe3 i didnt mean to copy your thread i just wanted to see what the v6 might br priced like,

TAG UR IT 05-29-2008 01:33 AM

chose the lowest too!

DGthe3 05-29-2008 02:03 AM

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Originally Posted by CamaroNinja577 (Post 73240)
ya, DGthe3 i didnt mean to copy your thread i just wanted to see what the v6 might br priced like,

I think it compliments it quite nicely. I would have included the V6 in mine, but there can only be 10 options.

ChrisB 05-29-2008 04:01 PM

Ill go with 21785$ they have to keep it a at least 1K under the Solstice price which is 22785$.

EllwynX 05-29-2008 09:30 PM

Is this a 'what do you think the base price will be around?' poll?

Because the price range is more likely to be something like $21,000-$27,000 if you're asking for the whole range from base to fully optioned.

As I've said before, my V6 Camaro in 2002 MSRP'd for about $27,000 with every option except engine block heater and convertible. I can't see a fully optioned 2010 V6 Camaro going for less than that.

chadrcr 05-30-2008 12:16 AM

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Originally Posted by EllwynX (Post 73532)
Is this a 'what do you think the base price will be around?' poll?

Because the price range is more likely to be something like $21,000-$27,000 if you're asking for the whole range from base to fully optioned.

As I've said before, my V6 Camaro in 2002 MSRP'd for about $27,000 with every option except engine block heater and convertible. I can't see a fully optioned 2010 V6 Camaro going for less than that.

2002 Z/28 with power seat, doors/windows, tilt-cruise, t-top, monsoon audio, etc.... was $27,900... paid $27,000 on 26 Sep 2002 with 0% financing...
08 Mustang v-6 are selling for way less than $20,000. Not trying to 'compete' with ford pricing is why we lost the Camaro in 02.

EllwynX 05-30-2008 07:35 PM

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Originally Posted by chadrcr (Post 73594)
2002 Z/28 with power seat, doors/windows, tilt-cruise, t-top, monsoon audio, etc.... was $27,900... paid $27,000 on 26 Sep 2002 with 0% financing...
08 Mustang v-6 are selling for way less than $20,000. Not trying to 'compete' with ford pricing is why we lost the Camaro in 02.


Utilizing Fords website to build a V6 Mustang with a LOT (but not all) of the options available gives me an MSRP of $29,420 before $1500 incentive.

I agree that in '02 the Camaro was overpriced (I got that loaded V6 for $21,000 vs the $27,000 MSRP) but to believe a 2010 V6 won't reach near $30,000 MSRP when fully loaded is wishful thinking imo.


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