But pay attention because there are some packaging differences.
According to research conducted by Cars Direct, the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro will be receiving a price cut by up to $3,000 compared to the 2018 model. As we already know, the Camaro is receiving a facelift for 2019 with updated exterior and interior styling, new wheel designs and some packaging alterations. And it's because of that new packaging Chevrolet is able to make a price cut. The entry-level 2019 Camaro LS will carry an MSRP of $25,995, including destination. That's $905 less than last year's MSRP of $26,900. However – and this is important – the Camaro LS will no longer offer a V6 option, which previously cost $1,495.
Instead, the sole engine will be the 2.0-liter turbo four with 275 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. If you still desire the V6, you'll now need to upgrade to the LT trim. Something else about the base Camaro LS: starting sometime later next year, buyers can opt for the eight-speed automatic for an extra $1,495 instead of the standard six-speed. Moving up the chain, the 2019 Camaro 1LT will begin at $26,495 - $1,200 less than in 2018. The turbo four is also standard here, but again, one can opt for the V6 with 335 hp and 284 lb-ft of torque. The 2LT will receive a $3,000 price cut, now priced from $28,495. Why such a significant reduction? Because of the new for 2019 3LT trim, which will offer most of the standard features as the 2LT but the V6 will be standard.
The 3LT will also allow buyers to tack on the Convenience & Lighting Package ($2,800), which includes active safety features like forward collision warning and blind spot monitor. It also includes a configurable 8-inch display, head-up display, memory seats, and configurable 24-color interior lighting. But say you want the turbo four Camaro because of its fuel efficiency and still have the desire for some performance fun? No problem.
For an extra $4,500 you can tack on the 1LE Track Performance Package, which includes a 4-piston Brembo brakes, unique cooling system, performance suspension, 20-inch wheels wrapped in summer tires, and even a satin black hood wrap. As of this writing, pricing for the top of the line Camaro SS and ZL1 will remain unchanged, beginning at $37,995 for the 1SS Coupe and $68,495 for the ZL1. Both come powered by the 6.2-liter V8 churning out 455 hp and 650 hp, respectively. Happy shopping.
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