I don't fault the vendors themselves as much as I fault their pricing. I know the 5th gen Camaro is a hot car and the big thing out - but sometimes you'd think the products were built with 24k gold or made from the tears of baby unicorns. I wish I had the ability to make and produce products because frankly I'd have products with realistic pricing instead of just blatant gouging.
My favorite example, without naming names, is a vendor that sells a back-lit LED bowtie for the Camaro for $140. There is an equivalent product for the Chevy Cruze (and unfortunately, it's a different size than our Camaro rear bowtie) and it sells on ebay for less than $20. I'm sorry, but seeing that if it were any vehicle I could get it for $20 REALLY turns me off from spending $140 just because it's for a Camaro.
I always heard people complain about the "Corvette tax" on the aftermarket products, but it appears the 5th gen has introduced the "2010+ Camaro tax" as well.
2012 Camaro LFX M6 - "Clifford" - 273hp/234tq on Dynojet - Cold Air Inductions CAI, VMAX Ported Throttle Body, MGW Short Throw Shifter
1994 Camaro LT1 A4 - "Red Alert" - v6-to-LT1 Swapped Cruiser
; Cammed, Stalled, Enjoyed