2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 And Dodge Chargers Not as Expensive As You Think.

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After reading some reports online that the LS7 Camaro Z/28 could be snapped up for around $49,000-$52,000 for a 2015 model, we started looking at some of the other muscle car offerings around to see if price drops were across-the-board.

With newer models like the 2017 Camaro SS 1LE package and other models from the other makers in the pipeline, 2015 models seem more affordable than ever.
Buying just one-year-old will save you in many different areas, that’s if you don’t mind last year’s features, which isn’t always a bad thing.
Last year’s body stylings, limited editions or just those that didn’t sell, will always be a smart buy for those who want to buy new but not at new prices.

You can always check out our cars for sale section, which will give you an idea of some of the current prices.

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