depending on what you can option it with, i'd get one
Exactly. I hope GM can do something about the inevitable "dealer market adjustment" (i.e. MARKUP) that's gonna happen when this car becomes available. I still remember when the Corvette ZR-1 came out in 1990 - dealers were charging $20-30K over sticker (and people were actually PAYING it ), which I found interesting because a couple of years later, dealers could barely GIVE those cars away.Chad said:i voted depends, on price etc...
I hope you're right... but I'm not gonna hold my breath.Chris 96 WS6 said:Considering they're planning to sell 150,000 units a year, I doubt the dealers will be able to justify a markup.
well the V6 is the only way the car can be made....and be cheap..look at GTO..AWSOME car but with just a V8 option..it will not sell to the broad range of people it needs to. Trust me when I say this Camaro needs the V6 more than it needs the V8..fritotec said:i just hope they only offer a V-8 that will keep the car special. not like ford did with the stang, they built tons of 6 bangers now you see them everywhere. not so special any more.