Epic Chevy Camaro Discounts Are Worth Checking Out

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A talented muscle car in its own right, the Chevrolet Camaro offers a wide variety of engine and trim combos to suit the budget and lifestyles of many. Despite this, it failed to clamor to pole position in the muscle car sales race, with the Mustang and Challenger pulling ahead. While the Blue Oval managed to shift 13,986 examples of its muscle car, Chevrolet managed to sell just 6,710 units in the same first-quarter period.

Perhaps that's why Chevrolet is offering a discount on its muscle car. For the month of April, Chevy has appealing incentives on the Camaro, whether buyers opt to purchase cash, finance, or lease. Those ready to drop the full amount for a 2021 or 2022 Camaro Coupe will be pleased to know there's a $750 discount available. There's a caveat, though; it's for current owners or lessees of a MY2008 or newer vehicle.

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While $750 doesn't sound like much, any discount in today's tough market is welcome. This would bring the base price down to $24,250. If you're better suited to a finance deal, you'll be pleased to know Chevrolet hasn't left you out. Both '21 and '22 Camaro Coupe models are privy to interest-free financing for two years but, to qualify for this, financing must be done through GM Financial.

Chevrolet also has a superb lease deal for muscle car lovers, too. As an example, Californian buyers can gain access to a V8-powered LT1 Coupe (with the 10-speed automatic transmission) for just $249 p/m for 39 months. The ultra-low mileage lease is capped at 10,000 miles per annum and, while it requires no security deposit, $3,349 is required at signing. As is the case with cash purchase deals, there's a $750 discount for current owners/lessees of a 2008 model year or newer vehicle when financing or leasing.

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All these offers are valid until May 2, 2022, and if you want to take advantage of this deal, you need to take delivery by then as well. While the discount is a great initiative to stir up sales, Chevrolet isn't running a charity; these discounts will hopefully clear old inventory before the 2023 Camaros enter production in early June. But what then? It's highly unlikely that Chevrolet will retire the Camaro badge, so the muscle car may adapt to battery power.

After all, GM is hoping to dominate the EV sector in the next few years and it looks promising, with the Cadillac Lyriq, GMC Hummer EV, and Silverado EV all on the way. If an electric Camaro came along, it would be the first of its kind. Ford has already said an electric Mustang will arrive before the end of the decade. It will be interesting to see who gets there first.

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