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Txturbo 07-22-2008 03:00 PM

80,000-100,000 Camaros per year
 
So.....if the Camaro assembly line is expected to produce say 80,000 cars minimum the first year, thats over 6000 Camaros the first month with 2 shifts. So there should be plenty of Camaros out there by April/May and the list of MSRP dealers should be getting larger. By next Summer it should be fairly easy to get one at or below MSRP.

TheMadHatter99 07-22-2008 03:01 PM

Now the only question is what MSRP will be...

Hylton 07-22-2008 03:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Txturbo (Post 96829)
So.....if the Camaro assembly line is expected to produce say 80,000 cars minimum the first year, thats over 6000 Camaros the first month with 2 shifts. So there should be plenty of Camaros out there by April/May and the list of MSRP dealers should be getting larger. By next Summer it should be fairly easy to get one at or below MSRP.

You are assuming that the car will only be sold in the US. I say it will still be tough to get what you want at a fair price a year from now.

DGthe3 07-22-2008 11:31 PM

The 2010 MY will last about 18 months . . . drop that down to 4000/mo. I don't know what the international availability is going to be though. Some will be sent overseas, but as for what % and when? No idea

drivingincamaro 07-28-2008 06:34 PM

:chevy: cool

GCguy2169 08-09-2008 09:31 AM

any more info on this? i thought they were making 150,000?

Txturbo 08-09-2008 10:38 AM

The sales goal is 80-100k/year to break even, they will make as many as they can sell.

JEFF2010SSMANUAL 08-09-2008 11:14 AM

I just got back from a Chevy dealer 1 hour ago. They had NO REAL INFO, but said the Camaro might start at mid 20's and go up to high 30's. $25k-$39k.

The_Blur 08-09-2008 12:27 PM

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Originally Posted by JEFF2010SSMANUAL (Post 109473)
I just got back from a Chevy dealer 1 hour ago. They had NO REAL INFO, but said the Camaro might start at mid 20's and go up to high 30's. $25k-$39k.

Dealers do not have pricing information. Do not ask dealers for any Camaro information unless they belong to this site.

CamaroScotty 08-09-2008 12:30 PM

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Originally Posted by The_Blur (Post 109499)
Dealers do not have pricing information. Do not ask dealers for any Camaro information unless they belong to this site.

And when there IS pricing out, we'll have it posted up for everyone! :thumbsup:

Xanthos 08-09-2008 12:38 PM

We can debate the number of units sold per year all we want, but the important thing is that they make at least one, and it ends up in my driveway. :thumbup:
- Xanthos

GCguy2169 08-09-2008 12:55 PM

OMG dealers don't know anything right now, we know FAR more then they...

jojohn33 08-09-2008 01:08 PM

Well how many of those will be SS? I don't care anything about the v6 and I will die before I give a dealership 20k for having a car? I really wan tthe SS but I might have to move onto something else if I have to wait anthor year.

DGthe3 08-09-2008 02:16 PM

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Originally Posted by jojohn33 (Post 109523)
Well how many of those will be SS? I don't care anything about the v6 and I will die before I give a dealership 20k for having a car? I really wan tthe SS but I might have to move onto something else if I have to wait anthor year.

something like 20-30%. Originally it was supposed to be ~30% but fuel prices went up a lot since then and many who were on the fringe are likely to opt for the V6.


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