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This is a direct pull of stuff off of Streetfire.net. This guy didn't have a source so take this all with a grain of salt. What do you all think pretty accurate or off base?

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Base V6 Camaro
MSRP* $ 21,750.00 (base price) to $ 36,620.00 (fully optioned)
Standard Options:
• Active Handling System: improves traction and enhances vehicle stability
• Brakes: four-wheel antilock disc standard
• Engine: 240 hp 3.9L 3900 V6
• Tires: front and rear, P235/40-17,
• Wheels: 17- x 8.5-inch front and rear, five-spoke, silver-painted, aluminum
• Six-speed manual transmission
• Air conditioning
• Power windows
• Remote Keyless Entry
• Cruise control
• Cloth bucket seats
• CD player

Optional Base V6:
• PREMIUM PACKAGE- includes dual-zone air conditioning, automatic power Leather seating with heated 6-way power driver seat and front passenger and Head-Up Display with on-board computer (MPG, outside temp, compass etc.) $1515
• LIMITED SLIP REAR DIFFERENTIAL $195
• Automatic Transmission $850
• XM Satellite Radio $325
• OnStar $695
• Leather seating with 6-way power driver seat $1015
• Bose Monsoon Premium sound system with in-dash 6 CD changer and MP3 connection $600
• Wheels: 17- x 8.5-inch front and rear, five-spoke, polished, aluminum $600
• Convertible $4000
• Power Sunroof $2000
• Floor mats: carpeted $75
• RALLY SPORT PACKAGE- 310hp HF V6 with DOD, dual exhaust, 17" aluminum polished wheels with P245/40-17 tires, RS badges, fog lamps, body-color grille inserts, front and rear fascia extensions $3000

Super Sport Camaro (SS)
MSRP* $ 28,145.00 (base price) to $ 41,745.00 (fully optioned)
• Active Handling System: improves traction and enhances vehicle stability
• Brakes: four-wheel antilock disc standard
• Engine: 420 hp 6.0L 6000 V8 LS3 with DOD
• Dual exhaust
• Tires: front and rear, P245/40ZR-18,
• Wheels: 18- x 8.5-inch front and rear, five-spoke, silver-painted, aluminum
• Six-speed manual transmission
• Air conditioning
• Power windows
• Remote Keyless Entry
• Cruise control
• Cloth bucket seats
• CD player
• Fog lamps
• SS grille
• SS hood with scoop
• SS front and rear fascia
• SS Spoiler
• LIMITED SLIP REAR DIFFERENTIAL
• Floor mats: carpeted

Optional SS:
• PREMIUM PACKAGE- includes dual-zone air conditioning, automatic power Leather seating with heated 6-way power driver seat and front passenger and Head-Up Display with on-board computer (MPG, outside temp, compass etc.) $1515
• PERFORMANCE PACKAGE- performance handling suspension with stiffer springs, stabilizer bars, performance axle ratio, chrome tail pipes $2000
• Automatic Transmission $850
• XM Satellite Radio $325
• OnStar $695
• Leather seating with 6-way power driver seat $1015
• Bose Monsoon Premium sound system with in-dash 6 CD changer and MP3 connection $600
• Wheels: 18- x 8.5-inch front and rear, five-spoke, polished, aluminum $600
• Convertible $4000
• Power Sunroof $2000

Z28 Camaro (Limited Production)
MSRP* $ 39,250.00 (base price) to $ 44,985.00 (fully optioned)
• Active Handling System: improves traction and enhances vehicle stability
• Brakes: four-wheel antilock disc standard
• Performance large cross drilled rotors
• performance handling suspension with stiffer springs, stabilizer bars, performance axle ratio
• Engine: 525 hp Supercharged 6.0L 6000 V8 LS9
• Special Z28 exhaust outlets, polished, four-inch stainless-steel tips
• Tires: front, P275/40ZR-19,
• Tires: rear, P295/40ZR-19,
• Wheels: 18- x 9.5-inch front and rear, five-spoke, silver-painted, aluminum
• Six-speed manual transmission
• Air conditioning
• Power windows
• Remote Keyless Entry
• Cruise control
• Cloth bucket seats
• CD player
• Fog lamps
• Z28 grille
• Z28 hood with scoop
• Z28 front and rear fascia
• Z28 Spoiler
• LIMITED SLIP REAR DIFFERENTIAL
• Floor mats: carpeted

Optional Z28:
• PREMIUM PACKAGE- includes dual-zone air conditioning, automatic power Leather seating with heated 6-way power driver seat and front passenger and Head-Up Display with on-board computer (MPG, outside temp, compass etc.) $1515
• XM Satellite Radio $325
• OnStar $695
• Leather seating with 6-way power driver seat $1015
• Bose Monsoon Premium sound system with in-dash 6 CD changer and MP3 connection $600
• Wheels: 19- x 9.5-inch front and rear, five-spoke, polished, aluminum $600
• Power Sunroof $2000
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I would like to see the RS as a step up from base with options for either a V6 or V8 like they did in '89.
 

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Its is pretty off IMO.

Lots of wrong info in there.

I think stabletrac and onstar will be standard by then on all gm.

I think 18" will be the smallest wheel and 20" the largest
 

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I doubt the LS9 6.2 will be in there. I think there is a slim chance that a 500-550 version of the sc 6.2 might make it but its slim.
 

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I think you all are right. Test drove a Solstice the other day and looked at them on the Pontiac site and they have pretty much the same feature package as this guy states for the Camaro as far as interior options and suspension upgrades and a fully equipped base Solstice comes in right around $27000-$28000. Stock starts at $22500.

I would say it'll look more like this(best guess math here guys):

Base: V6 $19-21kish full equip $24k
RS(hopefully): V6 $22k full equip $26.5k V8 $24k full equip $27.5k
SS: V8 $26k full equip $30.5K
Z28: V8 $30k full equip $35k

The reason I threw in the RS is a) 2 V6 engines, b) GM said there would be V8 variants, and c) that would make for an entry level V8 at a good price.

What do you think?
 

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This pricing list was originally swiped from CZ28.com.....the guy that developed it started it right after return to production was announced and based it on typical current option pricing and inflation over 3 years. There were changes made to it, but I don't know that they are reflected here......as we all know, many things can and do change over 3 years, and this was all speculation at the time. As mentioned above, all GM cars are to start coming with OnStar.

edit: Here's the original if anyone is interested. http://web.camaross.com/forums/showthread.php?t=490016&highlight=pricing
 

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Thanks for that link it makes more sense now. That guy has updated the list to reflect more current info.
 

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Either way dealing with the price once the dealership gets a hold of it they will a. jack the price up.. b. add something to the car TO jack up the price (scotch guard sprayed on the fabric of the base models and charge $650 for that (I worked for a stealership before and seen it happen (scotch guard that is))). The only Chevy dealership around here is Bill Heard Chevrolet. They have dealerships all over the southeast all the way to texas if I can remember right. They will rip you off in a heart beat. So not only am I going to use my employee discount (I get I think 3% over invoice) I will demand that they give me a car w/out a bunch of crap added to it unless I want it added. If not then I will hunt for a place that has a car with the options I want and that is it. More than likely I will order mine from the factory then thumb my nose at Bill Heard since they wont be getting much off of it then.
 

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That's why I order my vehicles instead of taking what they have on the lot. Now, if, "IF", those prices are close to what the Camaro's really gonna be, the SS's:confused: is gonna be mine. I came to $29-30k, right within my comfort range. I just want to see the difference between the standard rims and the option rims.
 

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I've heard an seen some place here that you could expect to add $4,000. for a convertable.
That I can see on the mass production model. Over that for limited production models.
 

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A lot is speculatory about the 5th gen.
 

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Was this a Chevrolet pun intended?
:lol: No, no pun intended. I agree about ordering. I, unlike the rest of the people on here, will probably get the 2011 model myself. Plan on have 10k cash by then to put down on it plus use my employee discount. So I should drive it off the for at least 20k if not under. Dont care much for all of the options except performance. Will definitely go SS, kind of tired of V6s (even though mine has been a blast to drive though).
 
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