This is very, very good news.
We’re used to seeing many high-end, high-performance, and highly sought after cars increase in value literally every year. Yep, that’s a lot of highs. But depreciation could also strike, which is the case for, well, just about every other car, truck, SUV, crossover, and two-person bicycle out there. But the crew over at GM Authority caught on to something you ought to be aware of. Turns out 2014 and '15 model year Chevrolet Camaro Z/28s are now more affordable than ever. Instead of the original $75,000 MSRP, examples are selling for around $55,000.
Seriously. For example, Cars.com has a 2015 Z/28 listed for $52,700. Total mileage: 1,720. We further found another ’15 Z/28 (with the Redline MS Stage 3+ package) on eBay Motors for an asking price of $59,900 and a total of 3,053 miles. Heck, we didn’t see any other used 2014 or 2015 Z/28s listed for anything above $70,000. Yeah, there was one for $69,900 but it had only 107 miles. Considering you can get a Z/28 with less than 2,000 miles for over $17k less, the former makes no sense. So Motor Trend’s Best Driver’s Car for 2014, powered by a naturally aspirated 7.0-liter V8 with 500hp can be had for nearly $25k less than its original price tag? Blame the all-new 2016 Camaro.