2016 Camaro debut
Patrick Rall's picture

Here is the Latest 2016 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe Pricing

General Motors still has not announced the complete pricing for the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, but thanks to a source who wishes to remain nameless, we have a more expanded list of Camaro Coupe pricing than the official numbers that we covered a few weeks back.
Advertisement


Before I get into the pricing figures on the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, I want to make it clear that these are not official numbers, but rather numbers sent to be via a dealership employee who offered these under the condition of anonymity. I don’t know that they are all correct, but in looking around the internet, these prices are comparable to other leaked pricing figures that have been published. So, these aren’t official pricing figures for the 2016 Camaro, but I believe them to be accurate.

2016 Camaro Trimline Pricing
First off, we learned a few weeks back that the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro 1LT with the 4-cylinder turbocharged engine and a manual transmission starts at $26,695 while the Camaro 1SS with the LT1 V8 starts at $37,295. Both of these prices include the $995 destination fee and the standard 6-speed manual transmission.

Those who want the more heavily appointed Camaro 2LT with the turbo 4 engine will face a starting price of $30,795 while the loaded up Camaro 2SS starts at $42,295 – again including the 6-speed manual transmission and destination fees.

Adding the 3.6L V6 to the 2016 Camaro 1LT or 2LT will increase the price by $1,495, so the 2016 V6 Camaro should start at $28,190 in 1LT form and $32,290 for the 2LT with the manual transmission. Adding the 8-speed automatic transmission will paddle shifters and remote start also adds $1,495 to every package, so the base turbocharged 4-cylinder Camaro with the automatic transmission should start around $28,190 and the V6 automatic Camaro 1LT should start around $29,685.

The Camaro 1SS with the automatic transmission should start around $38,790 and in 2SS form, the self-shifting LT1 Camaro should start around $43,790.

Here is a quick list for easier viewing:
Camaro 1LT 4-cylinder turbo, Manual transmission - $26,695
Camaro 2LT 4-cylinder turbo, Manual transmission - $30,795
Camaro 1LT 4-cylinder turbo, Automatic transmission - $28,190
Camaro 2LT 4-cylinder turbo, Automatic transmission - $32,290

Camaro 1LT V6, Manual transmission - $28,190
Camaro 2LT V6, Manual transmission - $32,290
Camaro 1LT V6, Automatic transmission - $29,685
Camaro 2LT V6, Automatic transmission - $33,785

Camaro 1SS, V8, Manual transmission - $37,295
Camaro 2SS, V8, Manual transmission - $42,295
Camaro 1SS, V8, Automatic transmission - $38,790
Camaro 2SS, V8, Automatic transmission - $43,790

Option Pricing for the 2016 Camaro
There is a long list of options for the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro in LT and SS form, and our informant has offered up a great preliminary list of pricing for those add-on goodies. The RS package costs $1,950, the Technology Package for the adds $800 and the 2LT Convenience Package adds $2,800. The dual mode exhaust system for the Camaro SS costs $895, the Chevrolet MyLink radio costs $495, the sunroof costs $995, Magnetic Ride Control costs $1,695, the engine block heated costs $75 and the front license plate bracket costs $15.

Finally, the Ceramic White or Adrenaline Red interior accent kits each cost $500, the three upgrade exterior colors (Bright Yellow, Garnet Red, Mosaic Black) all cost $395 and all of the optional exterior stripe packages add $470 to the final price.

The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is expected to begin hitting showrooms next month, so it shouldn’t be much longer before the full pricing and the configurator tool are both live in Chevrolet.com. In the meantime, these unofficial prices should give hopeful 6th gen Camaro owners a good idea of how much money they will need to save up to buy their newest dream car.

Thanks to Belgian Max for the help on these pricing figures!


Sign-up to our email newsletter for daily perspectives on car design, trends, events and news, not found elsewhere.