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Customer Ordering Starts Today for 2010 Chevy Camaro

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS

2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS

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On your marks, get ready, spend! Chevrolet says as of today, you can order a 2010 Camaro, and pricing's been released, too.

The base-model Camaro LS will carry an MSRP of $22,995, and the Camaro SS will start with an MSRP of $30,995. Both figures include a $750 destination charge.

Production of the Camaro, which will give GM what promises to be a strong competitor against the Ford Mustang and recently arrived Dodge Challenger, will begin in February of next year. Deliveries to dealer lots should occur shortly after production begins.

While the hairy-chested SS V-8 (up to 422 hp) should be downright thrilling, perhaps the most competitive Camaro will the base model. Boasting roughly 300 more refined and advanced ponies than either Ford or Dodge's base engines, GM's 3.6-liter high-feature V-6 has been earning accolades for its enthusiastic and smooth nature in products ranging from the Cadillac CTS to GM's Lambda crossovers. In concert with an independent rear suspension and fuel-saving direct injection, GM's new Camaro LS might just prove to be a muscle car for the renaissance man.--Colin Mathews
 
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  1. Great car at the wrong time? Wiht he market turning, ebvironmental issues to the fore and petrol (sorry Gas for you yanks) likely to remain high, this car is probably at least 5 years too late (even in V6 form).
    Still want one (living in Aussie land not lilkey to happen) though, I like to go against the trend anyway.
     
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  2. Looks good on the outside, and with the v6 you have plenty of power (300) with 27 EPA lowball MPG (I bet on cruise control it could easily get 30).
    A good value. And if you want more, there is the $32k v8 6. and 400ish HP!
    Now that gas prices are below $3 again, many who wanted one will have no obstacles in getting one. and hopefully with no dealer markups.
     
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  3. I will order one but it will have a V6. I need good gas mileage and the reduced insurance rates. Besides, no one one will know if it has an V6 or V8.
     
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  4. If you can't tell the difference between the V6 and V8 you shouldn't be driving a car like the Camaro. If you're gonna get a Camaro why not go all out? Do you want to be the guy that hears, oh it's a six cylinder...... Take your makeup off and grow some gonads, be a man. Just imagine punching the gas while feeling and hearing the 422 ponies roaring down the highway, Imagine the looks of envy from the guys in the minivans and the lust from the ladies in the hondas. What happen to being a man? 6 cylinders are for the chicks that can't handle the power, and maybe the guy who posted above this....
     
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