Do the math and that pushes the total price to over $106,000.
This happens from time to time but it doesn't mean it doesn't totally suck. Car dealerships love to markup special and/or limited edition models by tens of thousands of dollars simply because they can. The automakers themselves don't like this practice, but there's sadly little they can do about it. The latest case of this thievery comes from Felix Chevrolet in Los Angeles, California, as first discovered by Car Buying.
Instead of the MSRP of about $76,000, this dealership is asking $106,165 for a black-on-black 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. That's a $30,000 markup. You could buy the new Mazda MX-5 for that amount, as well as plenty of other great cars. Felix Chevrolet should also pay close attention to its local competition that's just 40 minutes away. There's a similar 2014 Z/28 for sale at Guaranty Chevrolet for $73,087. Yep, that number is actually below MSRP. So the next time you're in the market for something rare, whether it's a Z/28 or anything else, do a little online shopping. Don't be suckered into paying those ridiculous dealer markups.