And do a search. Right now, depending on what you're looking for, you can get a SCREAMING deal on new 2013s. You want an LS, LT, SS, 1LE, ZL1??
Ted Britt Chevy in Sterling, VA has SEVERAL priced at $19,xxx for a 2014 1LS base coupe. MSRP of 24K. That's the best deal I've seen for a 2014 Camaro yet. 20% off MSRP. Also has some LT models at 24K with 30K MSRP, and SS convertibles at $40K. And they have a white 2014 2SS 1LE for 39,XXX with a 45K MSRP. Some good deals on some cars right now.
If you like more power, for example, right now you can get a new 1 of 60, IOM ZL1 convertible M6 for 57K, with list of around 63,835 IIRC at a Joe Van Horn in Plymouth, Wisconsin. That's 6835 in savings under MSRP. $5K-6K or more savings on hardtop ZL1s isn't unheard of either. 2014 ZL1s...well, they're not quite as discounted, but I've still seen some deals on ZL1s.
You may have to travel a bit to get what you want, but I've done it twice on both our 5th gens (Dallas and Austin) MSRPs of $105K+, and saved over $8500 on both combined below MSRP, (and the 2010 was bought in 2009 when dealer markups were huge everywhere else) and likely saved the extra dealership markups as well. Total in both plane flights to get both was around $600. My money spent in Texas just as well as it would have in SC.
To this day I've never paid over MSRP for any car I've ever purchased. Don't ever plan on it either.
2010 2SS/RS Auto, Sunroof, Engine Cover. Transformer Edition package.
2013 ZL1 ragtop #5478. 1 of 54 CRT M6 'verts.