You know you want one.
The all-new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro has arrived and the overall response has so far been solid. In other words, Chevy won't have any problems selling its all-new pony car once it arrives on dealer lots. But that'll take a bit more time to happen. For now though, Chevy doesn't want anyone to forget about the outgoing fifth-gen Camaro. Aside from discounts on the regular models, the automaker has just announced a ridiculously tempting proposition: a price drop on both the 2014 and 2015 Z/28.
If you go to buy a new Z/28 right now, you'll discover that the price for a 2014 model has been dropped by a total of $4,000, bringing the price down to $68,305. Prefer the 2015 Z/28? It too has a price drop by $2,000, bringing the total to $70,305. Now, these offers are for a very limited time, like until June 1 limited, meaning customers must take delivery of the car by that date. In addition, these offers are not available for finance or leasing options. The Z/28 was already in somewhat limited supply, so hopefully you'll be able to find a dealer willing to sell you one without one of those annoying "market value adjustment" add-ons. If so and with one of those factory discounts, this is one hell of a bargain.