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Old 08-13-2008, 11:39 AM   #1
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Length of 2010 model year?

SOP is February 2009 with deliveries in March 2009. Typically a model year is September through September give or take a month or two either way. For the Camaro will there be roughly 18 months worth of 2010 production with 2011 Camaro's coming out about 9/2010?

I want to wait until I can drive a convertible and coupe back to back so I'd be buying in spring/summer of 2010. I don't want to buy the tail end of the previous model year especially if its over a years worth of production (if I decided coupe). I could just wait until September of course but I don't want to have to buy snow tires and rims 2 months after I buy the car. I'd like a nice 6-8 months of good weather first.
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Old 08-13-2008, 11:43 AM   #2
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SOP is February 2009 with deliveries in March 2009. Typically a model year is September through September give or take a month or two either way. For the Camaro will there be roughly 18 months worth of 2010 production with 2011 Camaro's coming out about 9/2010?

I want to wait until I can drive a convertible and coupe back to back so I'd be buying in spring/summer of 2010. I don't want to buy the tail end of the previous model year especially if its over a years worth of production (if I decided coupe). I could just wait until September of course but I don't want to have to buy snow tires and rims 2 months after I buy the car. I'd like a nice 6-8 months of good weather first.
The Sky came out in march 2006 as a 2007 model, the model year lasted until the 2008 models started arriving in August of 2007. I would assume that the Camaro will be similar.
The Sky Redline came out about 8 months after the regular Sky came out and it was still a 2007 model.
I hope this gives you some idea of how it works.
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Old 08-15-2008, 01:06 PM   #3
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I've wondered about this myself and I guess that makes sense. Sense enough anyways we'll see in due time.
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