2010 Camaro Pricing for Canada Announced
Camaro Coupe LS $26,995
Camaro Coupe 1LT $27,995
Camaro Coupe 2LT $31,595
Camaro Coupe 1SS $36,995
Camaro Coupe 2SS $40,995
1) RS Pricing
RS Package (1LT) $1,995 MSRP
RS Package (2LT) $1,670 MSRP
RS Package (1SS / 2SS) $1,380 MSRP
NOTE: Prices vary to account for the increasing level of standard equipment on higher-end models.
2) Transmission Pricing
Auto. Transmission (LS) $1,180 MSRP
Auto. Transmission (1LT/2LT/1SS) $1,435 MSRP
Auto. Transmission (2SS) $1,690 MSRP
NOTE: Prices vary to account for additional equipment. For example, we include Remote Start with automatic on 2SS models.
3) Other Options
Sunroof $1,195 MSRP
Inferno Orange Trim Package (2LT/2SS only) $575 MSRP
Convenience & Connectivity Pkg. (1LT only) $685 MSRP
20" Polished Wheels (RS and SS only) $540 MSRP
The destination freight charge on the Camaro is $1,400.
-- Production of the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro is scheduled to start in February 2009.
-- The Vehicle Order Guide is currently available on GM infoNET and GM Autobook.
-- The VOG will be updated with prices by November 10, 2008.
-- Dealers should expect Autobook to be updated by November 13, 2008.
I had written yesterday to Chris Hay, the GM Canada marketing manager for Camaro in an attempt to find out when Canadian pricing would be available for the Camaro.
I received a response this evening and the gist of it is that Canadian pricing is still to be determined, but the goal is to have numbers ready for official release in early November.
He confirmed that Canadian dealers will have the ability to accept orders beginning this Thursday (Oct.16th)
You can be assured that I passed on my concerns to him about how the Canadian enthusiast community views the importance of pricing - especially as it relates to U.S. pricing.
Chris has promised to keep me in the loop as developments take place and I will be sure to pass any new info along to everybody here.
:w00t:Thanks fors keeping us posted
Garfin, are you still ordering your car on the 16th, or waiting until pricing is out, and if your ordering, are you using some sort of discount? Sorry for the raid of questions :help:
Thanks for sending the email man..helps us all. I tried emailing my local dealer, didnt even give me a response and all i asked for was allocation and if they were taking orders thursday. Oh well.
Thanks for takin the initiative and thanks for keeping us posted :D
Definitely keeping my fingers crossed here... and if anybody should feel so disposed, I would gracefully accept some sort of discount should the time come!!;)
I'm kind of worried about the pricing difference since I looked at the pricing of some options between US and Canadian vehicles.
Examples: 2009 Chev Impala SS
Sunroof ............. US $ 900 ... Canada $ 1,340 ... + 32.8% :mad0259:
Body Side Mold.... US $ 100 ... CANADA $ 145 ..... + 31.0% :mad0260:
Red Jewel Paint... US $ 295 ... Canada $ 380 ...... + 22.4% :thumbdown:
I'd certainly like to know why GM feels justified in charging us these rediculous prices and then tell us one price has a higher markup over the others??? :bs:
It should simply be US $ + 10% or 15% max NOT 30+% :mad0260:
I.E.: Sunroof US $900 = Canada $990 @ 10% - $1,035 @ 15%
ALL OPTIONS SHOULD BE AT THE SAME MARKUP TO THE :flag2: MSRP !!!
I don't get how we have a free trade agreement yet it has no teeth to be sure that it is enforced.
PRAYING for under 25,500
The solstice (base model) is 23000 about same as the base camaro in the USA and 28 000 in Canada. It doesnt look good for us.
I'm sorry this price increase has to happen to ya'll. IMO, it just ain't right.
We're all just big pushovers up here I guess.
It's the same thing with oil, even provincially. I heard Ontario's prices were under $1/L while in Sask and Alberta we're still at 1.10-1.20+, seriously wtf. People that make the burgers at McDonalds get them for cheap, why can't the people that produce the oil get it for a little cheaper?!?!
I'm hoping for a <45000 SS2/RS, minimal to no options. I'll get suspension and power-adders a couple/few years down the road.
Since today is the first day to order for us, I will be going in to the dealer over lunch. I'll let you know if I get any pricing news.
Did Chris give you any kind of date with respect to pricing availability?
I'm going with the assumption that GM will price it out as per the competition, especially if they want to steal potential purchases from the competition.
2010 Camaro 2SS/RS = $35,380 US
2009 Mustang GT California special edition with all the goodies:
Cdn = $36,000 ( after $5000 rebate )
US = $34,000
2009 Challenger R/T
Cdn = $38,855
US = $36,500
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