The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro has been priced for the European market, but things have been officially mum when it comes to the U.S. market. But due to a leak on Camaro5, we may have the answer to just what the 2014 Camaro will cost in America, down to every option.
For the base V6 Camaro, the vehicle MSRP is listed as $23,455 — a $110 mark up from the 2013 model year. Meanwhile the V8-powered 2014 Camaro SS will begin at $32,995, which is $360 over what we see currently. The ZL1 will set buyers back at least $54,995, while the ZL1 Convertible is listed as the most expensive model, at $60,155.
No pricing has been listed for the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. However the expectation is that it will be more expensive than even the ZL1.
Meanwhile, the 1LE performance package remains at a bargain $3,500, while the optional Recaro seats will set buyers back another $1,995.