2015, 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Get Price Cut Despite Limited Production, Collectible Estimates

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Just in case you were looking for that kind of muscle car that demonstrates the genre also belongs to the track nowadays, Chevrolet has something to tell you. The bowtie people are bringing their Camaro Z/28 under the spotlights once again, as the 7-liter Camaro is getting a noticeable discount.
The 2015 Camaro Z/28 sees its price falling by $2,000, which means that the MSRP now sits at $70,305, as GM Authority writes. It appears a part of the 2014 model year production is also still in stock, so this is getting an even larger price reduction. With a drop of $4,000, the 2014 Camaro Z/28 has an MSRP of $68,305.

Mind you, the pair of discounts is only available by June 1, with the two being incompatible with other finance or lease officers.

Even with the limited availability, these discounts are curious

Don’t get us wrong, we’re always happy to see muscle heading over to the people, but even with the limited availability, these discounts are odd.

As you might recall, the Z/28 was brought to the market with the 2014 MY, as a limited production vehicle. With a 7-liter V8, a supercar-matching Nurburgring laptime, this was supposed to be a hot cake-like seller.

The production was believed to sit at about 500 units for the 2014MY, while no more than 2,500 Z/28s are expected to be built for the 2015MY.

About one year ago, Chevy let it slip that all 500 2014 units had been spoken for. Nonetheless, the cars were sent out into the vast open space that makes up the Chevrolet dealer network. So they were still offered to the general public, sales scheme or not.

With Chevrolet set to bring fifth-generation Camaro production to an end on November 20, the Oshawa site in Ontario, Canada will say goodbye to the Camaro for good. That’s because the sixth-gen Camaro will be brought to the world via the Lansing Grand River plant in Michigan. The rebirth process was one of the factors that determined many to believe the Z/28 will become a collectible.

And it’s not like the demand for extreme muscle cars is missing. Just think of the Hellcat story, where Dodge has had to increase production and still has issues coping with the demand.
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