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Old 11-11-2009, 01:11 PM   #171
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Well that would explain why they are still sitting on the lot. You need to go take logic 101.
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Like I said before, there is a dealership that is 4 miles away from my house that has 3 2SS's just sitting on their lot. And this is a very small dealership it's not a high volume dealership in a populated area., Come early summer, when 2011's are coming out, the camaro will be offered for 0%. I guarantee it
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apparently you didn't understand my post correctly. If there are 4 (now 6) camaros sitting at a low volume dealership, just imagine how many are sitting at the high volume dealerships
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Old 11-12-2009, 03:59 PM   #172
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ABM is constrained and being discontinued, so you may want to look at other color options.
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Old 11-12-2009, 09:40 PM   #173
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Hmm, here's my oppinion...If you're comparing the V6 Camaro to the GT Mustang id take the Mustang because its a better deal, if you're comparing the V8s to each other id take the Camaro, yeah the whole idea of the car is to go fast but thats starting to lose its luster, most of these cars are becoming muscle/luxury cars now (which annoys me but whatever) The Mustang is a nice car and id consider buying it but with the Camaro on the table as well id have to take the Camaro over it...or have you looked into the R/T Challenger? You said you were looking for a fast fun car thats not too insanely out-doggin everyone, i hear the R/T Challenger is one of the best cars to romp through the gears haha
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Old 11-18-2009, 11:33 PM   #174
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Hmm, here's my oppinion...If you're comparing the V6 Camaro to the GT Mustang id take the Mustang because its a better deal, if you're comparing the V8s to each other id take the Camaro, yeah the whole idea of the car is to go fast but thats starting to lose its luster, most of these cars are becoming muscle/luxury cars now (which annoys me but whatever) The Mustang is a nice car and id consider buying it but with the Camaro on the table as well id have to take the Camaro over it...or have you looked into the R/T Challenger? You said you were looking for a fast fun car thats not too insanely out-doggin everyone, i hear the R/T Challenger is one of the best cars to romp through the gears haha
You heard that about the RT too? No waaaaayyyyyyy!!!! What's this thread about? Challenger RT's smokin' Camaro SS's? Eeeeeeeeeeeeee...
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Old 11-18-2009, 11:58 PM   #175
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Just bought a Camaro SS2 (supplier). And guess what? I still say the Mustang GT is better bang for your buck, when I was offered one at $29,600 and 0% financing. But I didn't want one, plain and simple. Facts are facts, convenient or inconvenient.

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Old 11-19-2009, 09:02 AM   #176
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True, the mustang is a much better bang for your buck, and in some aspects the best of the 3, but the camaro is by far the fastest, and although this is just my opinion (as i think all are gorgeous cars) the challenger looks incredibly bad ass. Sounds pretty awesome too
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Old 11-19-2009, 10:08 AM   #177
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WhiteCrane, out of curiosity, what did you end up paying for the 2SS. If you do not mind the question that is. If you do not want to disclose that information, its understandable.
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Old 11-19-2009, 10:16 AM   #178
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I have yet to see one college girl or woman in the state of Oklahoma driving a camaro.
My wife had a camaro before me and I know at least two other woman in our two that have camaros. You seem to forget that they have not even been out a year yet. Of course your going to see more mustangs with women drivers ,they never stopped building them. Before long you'll see just as many women camaro drivers.
After all their cute.
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Old 11-19-2009, 10:22 AM   #179
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buy the Camaro, case closed,

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Old 11-19-2009, 10:34 AM   #180
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I owned a 2005 Mustang GT. Ordered it when they first came out (it was the only car I ever paid sticker for, uh, until this Camaro). I traded my 2001 Camaro Z28 in on the Mustang.
It was a premium with a 5 speed. I liked the car. It was very smooth with stable power. It wasn't overly fast to me. I got tired of the 5 speed and traded it for a brand new 2006GT automatic. My wife made fun because it was the same color as the 2005. I enjoyed the automatic, it just wasn't fast enough. 14.09 ET was best it would do. I went through two other new cars after the 2006 Mustang GT before my 2010 2SS. This is the car I wish my 2001 Z28 was. It's heavy, solid, and decent in the fast department. I bought my son a 2009 Mustang so I am definitely not a Mustang hater, but I'd go Camaro - hell - I did go Camaro!
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Old 11-19-2009, 07:31 PM   #181
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Just bought a Camaro SS2 (supplier). And guess what? I still say the Mustang GT is better bang for your buck, when I was offered one at $29,600 and 0% financing. But I didn't want one, plain and simple. Facts are facts, convenient or inconvenient.

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Old 11-20-2009, 09:41 PM   #182
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So you guys think its ok to go from drooling over a V8 to settling for a V6?

Does the V6 engine roar like a V-8? Will ricers embarrass me?
If you dont got the money dont stretch yourself out financially just to get a bigger engine..its just a car..your finances is > than a car.

Erm I hope you dont race..aspecially street racing its lame and could cause an accident...you don't wanna ram into someones 100k car. But those ricer cars are really LIGHTWEIGHT and theyre good at embarrassing much more expensive cars lol
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Old 12-02-2009, 06:58 PM   #183
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BTW, for all of you who were claiming that Camaros are selling like hotcakes and that nobody is going to offer discounts on these cars ever...
http://www.cars.com/go/search/detail...9&aff=national

I realize this is only one listing, but I still stand behind my 0% financing by april guess.
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Old 12-02-2009, 07:32 PM   #184
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From what I can tell-- that car should only be 35,065 (according to chevy.com)- (only option I see is aluminum wheels)

that includes destination charge

So they probably have some BS dealer-add ons. like underbody coating, and paint guard,

So while 33804 is a slight deal.
It isn't from the advertised price of 36,430

Looks to be good for about $1261 bucks off MSRP

but not the full $2626 as they make it seem.

it may have other options, but I can't see any. (other than those wheels)
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Old 12-03-2009, 11:46 PM   #185
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It wont arrive till Feb.

IMperial Blue. Auto. I'm worried illb low my clutch in stop and go rush hour traffic, or just hate driving it in traffic. Feel safer with auto.

YEah I can drive a stick. But I have a preference.
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Old 01-15-2010, 04:15 AM   #186
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V6 - 2LT

You shouldn't even care bro...who ever says that the v6 isnt powerfull enough is ignorant...i mean its only 9 hp less than the GT lol...i just ordered a 2LT fully loaded and i dont regret it...way better milage...i saved about 4k which gives me the chance to upgrade the car or spend it on something else...i know that the V8 is more agressive no doubt...but the V6 will burn ANY car in its class. period.
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Old 01-15-2010, 05:39 AM   #187
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Another happy owner of the 2LT RS. In terms of performance, does everything that is legal in my state and does it damn fast and pretty. The v6 sounds great on ignition and shifts but other than that runs pretty quiet - I like that. I like that I don't have to refill the car every 100 feet.
If you have access to a track and plan to do racing then you need the additional power of the SS.
v6 and v8 owners are completely different animals, you need to figure out which one you are.
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