The Chevrolet Camaro has almost turned 50 years old itself and has come with the sixth generation to the US, and we already know the model is a bit more expensive than the top selling fifth generation.
The 2016 base Chevy Camaro will start off being $1, 995 more expensive than a 2015 Camaro, but the price increase will be immediately forgotten as the sixth generation models packs a whole lot of bang for the buck. First of all, customers should take into consideration all the technical and visual enhancements the Camaro has received – thanks to being all-new for the 2016 model year. Another reason for being more expensive than the predecessor is that its new affordable entry-level trim level is the 1LT, which adds a host of standard features over the previous model’s entry-level trim – the 2015 1LS.
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro 1LT starts at $25,700 plus the destination and freight charge of $995, with the lucky owner getting the brand new 2-liter four-cylinder turbo engine with 275 horsepower. The 335 horsepower V6 will be the intermediate choice and the flagship for now is the 6.2-liter 455 horsepower small-block V8 that resides in the Camaro 1SS version, starting at $37,295. Standard features include LED daytime running lights, start button, keyless entry, a rear parking camera, e-brake, MyLink infotainment with Apple CarPlay, OnStar 4G LTE complete with Wi-Fi hotspot and powered seats for driver and passenger.
The company has also introduced the accessories guide for the Camaro for those owners that won’t settle for the standard look of the muscle car. We have all sorts of options, from a black bowtie emblem, rear blade spoiler to dark finished lamps or wind deflector for the convertible.