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2010 Camaro Pricing - Options & Accessories included

Official 2010 Camaro Pricing

Camaro Models
(prices include $750 destination)

1EE37 - Camaro LS: $22,995
1EF37 - Camaro 1LT: $24,630
1EH37 - Camaro 2LT: $27,330
1ES37 - Camaro 1SS: $30,995
1ET37 - Camaro 2SS: $34,180


Camaro Options

SRJ - Convenience and Connectivity Package
- With automatic transmission: $665
- With manual transmission: $465

W1H - Inferno Orange Interior Accent Trim Package: $500

WRS - RS Appearance Package
- With Camaro 1LT: $1,750
- With Camaro 2LT: $1.450
- With Camaro 1SS or 2SS: $1,200

B34 - Carpeted Front Floormats: $60

K05 - Engine Block Heater: $75

GAQ - Red Jewel Tintcoat Premium Paint: $295

UQA - Boston Acoustics Premium 9-speaker 245-watt Sound System: $495

N65 - Compact Spare Tire and Wheel: $150

Rally Stripe Package:
B7W - Cyber Gray Metallic Stripes: $395
B7X - White Stripes: $395

CF5 - Power Sunroof with express open and venting: $900

MX0 - Automatic Transmission with TAPshift on steering wheel: $995

19" Polished Aluminum Wheels:
Q9B - With Camaro 1LT: $720
Q9C - With Camaro 2LT: $470

Q9J - 20" Polished Aluminum Wheels: $470


Camaro Accessories - Dealer Installed
(prices include dealer installation)

5V5 - Body-color High Wing Spoiler: $620

VRB - Car Cover - Red with Black Stripes: $360
VRU - Car Cover - Gray with Black Stripes: $360

VTD - Body-color Ground Effects Package: $2,265
- Front splitter, side rockers, and rear diffuser with integrated exhaust bezels
- Also available in Dark Argent Metallic

VYV - Hurst Short-Throw Shifter: $380

VYX - Body-color Painted Engine Cover: $285
- Available in 5 colors

VYP - White Hood and Hockey Stripe: $510
VYQ - Black Hood and Hockey Stripe: $510
VYR - Cyber Gray Hood and Hockey Stripe: $510

VYO - Orange Rally Stripe Package: $470
VYY - Cyber Grey Stripe Package: $470
VYZ - White Stripe Package: $470
VZF - Silver Stripe Package: $470
VZG - Black Stripe Package: $470

VZN - 21" Wheel and Tire Package - Machined Aluminum with Black Accents: $4,680
VZP - 21" Wheel and Tire Package - Black Painted Finish: $4,865
- Wheel/Tire packages include matching center caps and lug nuts

Camaro Accessories - Over-The-Counter

Exterior
Fuel Door: Satin Nickel finish

Replacement Grille Insert

Molded splash guards behind all 4 wheels
- Available in 5 colors

Interior
Interior Trim kit
- Available in Victory Red, Inferno Orange, or Rally Yellow
- Only available with factory Interior Illumination Package

Subwoofer Audio Upgrade, trunk-mounted

Performance
Stainless Steel Catback Exhaust
- T-304 stainless steel
- dual outlet
- semi-polished muffler

Performance Air Intake
- High-polished Aluminum tube
- Free-breathing oil-less air filter

Stainless Steel Shorty Headers
- Available for the V8 engine only

Special Thanks to CamaroZ28.com for providing us with this information:
http://www.camaroz28.com/forums/showthread.php?t=641796

NOTE:
Convertible pricing is not yet available.
Some accessory pricing is not yet available.
Stay tuned to 5thGen.org to get that information as soon as it is available!
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Man. so that means the 2LT 'Vert is gonna be like 30K. (I'm guessing)

oh well, I'm getting one regardless. Besides that, 30K for the 400 horsepower SS and 23 MPG is a screamin deal. and the base price of the LS- a car that can run with the Challenger R/T.... Amazing.. Probably one of the best rounded cars of the 21st century.

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That just made my day right there.

Might be able to get a new camaro sooner than I thought.

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employee pricing avail?
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What about GM card? How much will GM take off for the Camero? $1000 or $2000?
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What about GM card? How much will GM take off for the Camaro? $1000 or $2000?
Hey, good point. My GM card is way up there!

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Buy them now before GM goes under, lol! I'm still waiting for the Z/28 with the Caddy CTS-V 550 horse power plant. I'm not concerned with the luxeries, I just want big BHP and a manual trans! I look FWD to seeing them on the road soon. The new Challenger is sweet looking, espeaciallly when you're looking at it in your rear view mirror through a cloud of smoked tires!
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employee pricing avail?
either that or x-plan pricing? throw in the 0% financing and...whew-hoo!
this is great news though. didn't want to find out the prices were much higher than the Mustang.

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Good news. Prices seem fair. I'll be waiting to see what the 2SS convertible price is. Looking at a 2010 or 2011 purchase.

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