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Old 10-02-2008, 01:54 PM   #76
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Great info! thanx buddy. The only thing im a little worried about is all the cool stuff in the 2SS package almost seeming exclusive to that package. Things i dont need are like the blue tooth, USB, rear parking assist, and remote start. Dont get me wrong, I definitly would love to have it all, just a little too much money for me. All I really need is the leather, ambient, and BA. Now if we are able to get the 2SS/RS for 36K than count me in!!! Sadly, I just can't see that happening. But besides that, thanks Punter.
I don't think the invoice of the SS2/RS (fully loaded) should be much more than 33g's. Remember a lot of these features are upgrades of items already in the car so they should not be paying full price like high end aftermarket upgrade. The roof ditch and spoiler 20 inch wheels on the SS is an upgrade for the LT,ls as part of the RS package. So you should expect to pay a noticeably cheaper price for the RS package on the SS than the V6. I've had two 4rth gen's factory ordered so from experience the base price does go up significantly for the v8 but the v8 also brings some standard equipment that the v6 is optional. Therefor cheaper option packages for the v8. My guess is GM takes aim at the mustang/ford because of volume. That means expect the camaro v6 price to be comparable to fords v6 but probably around 1-2 grand more, same goes for the v8. So if a base GT can be had for around 26 for deluxe 28 for premium(without incentives) add 2 G's for camaro and 2-3 G's for options packages and you come in around 33 before taxes. Off course this is using logic and past experiences no guarantee on guesses. Also think GM wants volume with these so I don't see it being that much more expensive especially when you later have an option for a convertible and its 3-5 grand more for rag top or hard top. Just a note the dealers will all try to charge a premium for these so that can really hurt our wallets since everyone wants one. But that's out of GM's hands.
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Old 10-02-2008, 01:55 PM   #77
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Hey guys. Just so everyone knows. I goofed and merged this thread with an older one asking about trim levels. As result I had to delete a bunch of posts to maintain the continuity of this thread. If you are missing a post that you'd like me to recover for you, send me a PM...

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i though this would help CLEAR some confusion
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Old 10-02-2008, 01:55 PM   #78
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Lost you are right. HID ONLY WITH RS option
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Old 10-02-2008, 01:56 PM   #79
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confused... do you still get options such as the center consule gauges and leather seats on the SS1 or must you get the SS2 for items such as these
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Old 10-02-2008, 01:57 PM   #80
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2SS
- Leather heated seats
- Ambient lighting
- Boston acoustics premium audio system
- Aux (Center console) gauges
- Auto dimming mirrors
- Steering wheel controls
- Bluetooth and USB
- Remote start (auto only)
- Rear park assist.


I don't want any of this stuff except the gauges, do you think they'll be a difficult install at a later date? If I can't just order them by themselves.
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Old 10-02-2008, 01:58 PM   #81
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Plus I’d really like to fill those nice big fenders with some wider wheels and tires, and that’s going to be more $$. Anyone know the sizes (width and dia) of the aftermarket GM wheels and they will be upgrade options to the factory ones?
maybe this could be answered here:
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7392
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Old 10-02-2008, 01:59 PM   #82
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i though this would help CLEAR some confusion
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LOL,

Normally it does, But there is no "UnMerge" option. And when you merge threads the oldest original post wins. So Headpunters post was like two pages down...

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Old 10-02-2008, 02:06 PM   #83
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Found this on another site...just to add to the list:

Camaro Trim levels - Standard & Optional Equipment

LS
Standard Equipment
- 3.6L SIDI V6 engine
- Dual exhaust
- 18-inch steel wheels
- Onstar Safe & Sound
- XM radio
- Stabilitrak
- 6 air bags: front, side and curtain
- 6-speaker base audio system

Optional Equipment
- Floor mats

1LT
Standard Equipment
(includes or replaces LS equipment)
- 18-inch aluminum Wheels
- Fog lights
- Driver Information Center
- Power Driver Seat

Optional Equipment
- Floor mats
- 19-inch aluminum wheels
- Power Sunroof
- Boston Acoustics 245watt 9-speaker premium audio
- Convenience & Connections Package
- RS Package

2LT
Standard Equipment
(includes or replaces 1LT equipment)
- 19 inch aluminum wheels
- Leather heated seats
- Ambient lighting
- Boston acoustics 245watt 9-speaker premium audio
- Auxiliary gauges (center console)
- Auto dimming interior and exterior mirrors
- Bluetooth and USB connections
- Remote start (Automatic transmission only)
- Leather steering wheel with controls
- Rear parking assist (late availability)
- Head-up display (late availability)

Optional Equipment
- Floor mats
- 19-inch polished aluminum wheels
- Inferno Orange Accent interior
- Power sunroof
- Dual vinyl Rally Stripes in White or Cyber Gray
- RS Package

1SS
Standard Equipment
- 6.2L V8 engine
- 20 inch Aluminum wheels
- Brembo brakes including 4-piston calipers on all 4 wheels
- Engine oil cooler
- Transmission oil cooler
- Limited slip differential
- SS Gauge cluster
- SS spoiler
- SS grille badge
- Leather steering wheel and shift knob
- Power driver’s seat

Optional Equipment
- Floor mats
- 20-inch polished aluminum wheels
- Power sunroof
- Boston acoustics 245watt 9-speaker premium audio
- Convenience & Connections Package
- RS Package

2SS
Standard Equipment
(includes or replaces 1SS equipment)
- Leather heated seats
- Ambient lighting
- Boston acoustics 245watt 9-speaker premium audio
- Auxiliary gauges (center console)
- Auto dimming interior and exterior mirrors
- Bluetooth and USB connections
- Remote start (Automatic transmission only)
- Leather steering wheel with controls
- Rear parking assist (late availability)
- Head-up display (late availability)

Optional Equipment
- Floor mats
- 19-inch polished aluminum wheels
- Inferno Orange Accent interior
- Power sunroof
- Dual vinyl Rally Stripes in White or Cyber Gray
- RS Package
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:07 PM   #84
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hmmm...i hate the grouping. i didn't want to spend extra 4 a ss2, but if i have 2 for ambient lighting and cluster gauges, argg, that makes me mad. i wish it would be a "pic ur options one @ a time" thing, but i guess then they wouldn't make as much $$
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:08 PM   #85
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Lost you are right. HID ONLY WITH RS option
Guess what I am wondering is, (and please forgive me, I dont know a lot about cars, trying to learn) are the HID Lamps something I can buy and replace the factory Headlamps with. I have had to replace in other cars from someone backing into it and a tree branch falling on a different one. Or is chevy going to design it where only that package will be able to fit those lamps.
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:17 PM   #86
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Guess what I am wondering is, (and please forgive me, I dont know a lot about cars, trying to learn) are the HID Lamps something I can buy and replace the factory Headlamps with. I have had to replace in other cars from someone backing into it and a tree branch falling on a different one. Or is chevy going to design it where only that package will be able to fit those lamps.
well they are probably going to be a little expensive ( prolly $300-$500 per set) to change your self but i see no reason you couldn't it should be a direct plug in and screw in
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:19 PM   #87
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hud and rear parking assist will be standard in lt2 and ss2 models later, that kinda makes me sad
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:26 PM   #88
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actually hud is not going to be standard from what i have read and from questions i asked at the indy event
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:26 PM   #89
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Well I guess we need the Level 2 SS with RS upgrade... Now (question is) how much will the steelership DRILL ME for that???
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:31 PM   #90
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well they are probably going to be a little expensive ( prolly $300-$500 per set) to change your self but i see no reason you couldn't it should be a direct plug in and screw in
HID require a balast and special voltage requirements don't they? Might take more than simply replacing the lamps and may not be at all possible if the wiring isn't already in place.
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:31 PM   #91
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actually hud is not going to be standard from what i have read and from questions i asked at the indy event
Thanks for the answer, that makes me happy!
Pricing! Pricing! Pricing! Pricing! Pricing!

I want to order my camaro in 11 or 13 days!
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:33 PM   #92
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same deal as me! except i will still get what i want eventually, i will just have to save more dollars.

oh and auto for me!
Yeah same here! 29k is my max for maxed out V6, it it turns out to be more I am going to do some serious thinking about what to get... I am confident GM will price it maxed out (well before GM performance accessories) over 30k since this is not a "luxury car", that would just be silly. Sry for going off-topic (pricing) just wanted to say that real fast lol. Oh and auto for me as well!
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:34 PM   #93
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Hmm is it safe to assume the "convience and connections" package is the same as bluetooth, steering controls, and usb?
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:35 PM   #94
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so is there going to be a sunroof option still!?!??! and when you order the car can u order the hockey stripes already on it?
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HID do reqiure a ballest and most likely a "Step-Up Voltage Transformer" depending on the actual voltage required which off hand I do not know... but its safe to say when done from factory they will most likely use a special wiring harness for lamps... expect its not cheap... Guess $400 -$800 Option
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:42 PM   #96
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Well I guess we need the Level 2 SS with RS upgrade... Now (question is) how much will the steelership DRILL ME for that???
LOL

How much you got? They want it all.
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:42 PM   #97
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Thats the news I want...I'll be getting the SS2/RS with the optional polished wheels! That just made my day! Not happy about the park assist though. That looks like hell.
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Rear park assist us standard? I thought this want coming out till late next year? That can't be the complete list of standard options. CD isn't standard? Power windows, locks?
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:48 PM   #99
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Rear park assist us standard? I thought this want coming out till late next year? That can't be the complete list of standard options. CD isn't standard? Power windows, locks?
I think its safe to assume that with XM Radio standard in all models...cd player is too as well as power windows and locks...dont kno if much cars dont have that anymore
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:48 PM   #100
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Found this on another site...just to add to the list:

Camaro Trim levels - Standard & Optional Equipment

LS
Standard Equipment
- 3.6L SIDI V6 engine
- Dual exhaust
- 18-inch steel wheels
- Onstar Safe & Sound
- XM radio
- Stabilitrak
- 6 air bags: front, side and curtain
- 6-speaker base audio system

Optional Equipment
- Floor mats

1LT
Standard Equipment
(includes or replaces LS equipment)
- 18-inch aluminum Wheels
- Fog lights
- Driver Information Center
- Power Driver Seat

Optional Equipment
- Floor mats
- 19-inch aluminum wheels
- Power Sunroof
- Boston Acoustics 245watt 9-speaker premium audio
- Convenience & Connections Package
- RS Package

2LT
Standard Equipment
(includes or replaces 1LT equipment)
- 19 inch aluminum wheels
- Leather heated seats
- Ambient lighting
- Boston acoustics 245watt 9-speaker premium audio
- Auxiliary gauges (center console)
- Auto dimming interior and exterior mirrors
- Bluetooth and USB connections
- Remote start (Automatic transmission only)
- Leather steering wheel with controls
- Rear parking assist (late availability)
- Head-up display (late availability)

Optional Equipment
- Floor mats
- 19-inch polished aluminum wheels
- Inferno Orange Accent interior
- Power sunroof
- Dual vinyl Rally Stripes in White or Cyber Gray
- RS Package

1SS
Standard Equipment
- 6.2L V8 engine
- 20 inch Aluminum wheels
- Brembo brakes including 4-piston calipers on all 4 wheels
- Engine oil cooler
- Transmission oil cooler
- Limited slip differential
- SS Gauge cluster
- SS spoiler
- SS grille badge
- Leather steering wheel and shift knob
- Power driver’s seat

Optional Equipment
- Floor mats
- 20-inch polished aluminum wheels
- Power sunroof
- Boston acoustics 245watt 9-speaker premium audio
- Convenience & Connections Package
- RS Package

2SS
Standard Equipment
(includes or replaces 1SS equipment)
- Leather heated seats
- Ambient lighting
- Boston acoustics 245watt 9-speaker premium audio
- Auxiliary gauges (center console)
- Auto dimming interior and exterior mirrors
- Bluetooth and USB connections
- Remote start (Automatic transmission only)
- Leather steering wheel with controls
- Rear parking assist (late availability)
- Head-up display (late availability)

Optional Equipment
- Floor mats
- 19-inch polished aluminum wheels
- Inferno Orange Accent interior
- Power sunroof
- Dual vinyl Rally Stripes in White or Cyber Gray
- RS Package
Thanks for this. I hope it is accurate as far as the optional equipment at each trim level. If so, it means I can get a 1LT plus premium audio.
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