Chevrolet camaro ss 2017 price

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Product Information

More than 34,000 Camaro SS models were sold during the inaugural year in 1967. 

$37,900 (coupe)
$44,900 (convertible)

Coupe or Convertible

NEW FOR 2017

  • Available 50th Anniversary Edition
  •  “FIFTY” badge on the steering wheel of all models
  • Teen Driver feature that allows parents to set controls, review driving habits and encourage safe driving habits even when they are not in the vehicle
  • Exterior color: Arctic Blue Metallic


  • Offered in 1SS and 2SS trims – in coupe or convertible models
  • With its standard 6.2L LT1 direct-injected Small Block V-8 rated at 455 hp (339 kW) and 455 lb-ft of torque (617 Nm), the sixth-generation Camaro SS is the most powerful ever
  • 50th Anniversary Edition is available on 2SS and includes:
  • Nightfall Gray Metallic exterior with 50th Anniversary stripe package and badges
  • Unique 20-inch wheels
  • Unique grille with satin chrome accents
  • Body-color front splitter
  • Orange front brake calipers
  • Unique black leather interior with suede inserts and orange accent stitching
  • Distinct 50th Anniversary treatments on the instrument panel, headrests, steering wheel and illuminated sill plates
  • RS Appearance Package
  • Available 1LE Performance Package is available on 1SS with manual transmission. It includes technologies such as an electronic limited-slip differential and specific chassis tuning to enable more than 1 g corner capability
  • Magnetic Ride Control active suspension is available (incl. on 1LE)
  • Standard HID headlamps and LED daytime running lamps
  • Driver Mode Selector enables the driver to tailor the look, sound and feel of the vehicles to his or her preferences and driving conditions
  • Standard Brembo brake system
  • Chevrolet MyLink with an 8-inch-diagonal color touchscreen is standard and features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto phone projection compatibility
  • Standard OnStar 4G LTE with Wi-Fi hotspot (includes three-month/3GB data trial)
  • Standard Keyless Open and Start
  • Remote vehicle starter (included with eight-speed automatic transmission)
  • Heated and ventilated leather-trimmed seats are standard on 2LT
  • Convenience and Lighting Package is available on 2LT and includes Memory Package, wireless charging, heated steering wheel, multicolor driver information display, head-up display, Rear Park Assist, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Side Blind Zone Alert with Lane Change Alert, heated outside mirrors with driver-side auto dimming, body-color mirrors, interior spectrum lighting, illuminated sill plates and aluminum accents on the door trim and shifter cap (package required with 50th Anniversary Edition)


  • Standard air bags include dual-stage frontal, thorax side-impact and knee air bags for the driver and front passenger. Coupe models also include head curtain side-impact air bags
  • Rear Park Assist, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and Side Blind Zone Alert with Lane Change Alert are standard on 2SS
  • Standard rear-vision camera
  • StabiliTrak electronic stability control system
  • Front safety belt pretensioners
Clean Retail Price

The MT clean retail price reflects a reasonable asking price by a dealership for a fully reconditioned vehicle (clean title history, no defects, minimal wear) with average mileage.

5-Year Cost to Own / Rating
$25,905$22,136$35,669 / Mediocre
$25,905$22,136$35,669 / Mediocre
$26,600$23,711$36,550 / Mediocre
$30,405$26,636$39,298 / Mediocre
$31,905$24,261$38,349 / Mediocre
$32,600$25,836$38,773 / Mediocre
$35,605$29,911$43,148 / Poor
$36,905$32,636$45,841 / Good
$41,905$37,936$51,584 / Average
$42,905$34,261$47,413 / Excellent
$47,905$40,911$56,354 / Mediocre
$61,140$51,036$66,206 / Mediocre
$67,140$54,936$69,673 / Mediocre

5-Year Cost to Own



  • Power and performance
  • 2016 Motor Trend Car of the Year
  • Punches way above its price class


  • Almost non-existent rear seat legroom
  • Compromised visibility
  • V-8 models get pricey

Chevrolet Camaro Expert Review

Jason Udy

New for 2017

Although the sixth-generation pony car debuted in 2016, the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro isn't resting on its laurels. For 2017, the available 1LE handling package is back and, this time, it's offered on V-8 and V-6 models with the manual transmission. 1LE upgrades focus on handling with revised suspension tuning, cooling, and aerodynamics. Also returning for 2017 is the muscle-bound Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 with a supercharged 6.2-liter LT4 V-8 and available 10-speed automatic transmission. Chevrolet is also celebrating the Camaro's 50th Anniversary with a special-edition package featuring unique colors, interior details, and badging.

Vehicle Summary

With the exception of the 2003-2009 model years, the Camaro has been the Bow-Tie brand's answer to the Ford Mustang since 1967. The rear-drive coupe and convertible is available with several engine options from mild to wild, and with choice of manual or automatic transmissions. The Camaro sits just below the Corvette in Chevrolet's sports car hierarchy.


New for the sixth-gen Camaro is the base turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4 engine making 275 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. Fuel economy is EPA-rated at 20-22/30-31/23-25 mpg city/highway/combined. Next up the performance latter is a 3.6-liter V-6 rated 335 hp and 284 lb-ft. The V-6 is EPA-rated at 16-19/26-28/20-22 mpg. The Camaro SS features a 6.2-liter LT1 V-8 making 455 hp and 455 lb-ft. The big naturally aspirated V-8 is EPA-rated at 16-17/25-27/19-20 mpg. All three engines are backed by either a six-speed manual or optional eight-speed automatic transmission.

The big news is the return of the high-powered Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Power comes from a supercharged 6.2-liter LT4 V-8 rated 640 hp and 640 lb-ft. In addition to the standard six-speed manual, an all-new optional 10-speed automatic debuts on the ZL1.


When it arrived for the 2016 model year, the new sixth-gen Camaro earned a "Good" rating by the IIHS for the small front overlap, moderate front overlap, and side impact tests as well as a "Good" rating for its head restraints and seats. An "Acceptable" rating for the roof strength test prevented the Camaro from earning a Top Safety Pick, while the absence of an optional front crash prevention system kept it from earning a Top Safety Pick+. The current Chevrolet Camaro hasn't yet been evaluated by the NHTSA.

In addition to eight standard airbags (including driver and front passenger knee airbags), the Chevrolet Camaro features a rearview camera with available Rear Park Assist, Side Blind Zone Alert with Lane Change Alert, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.

What We Think

The redesigned Chevrolet Camaro impressed us so much, it became the 2016 Motor Trend Car of the Year. Compared to the fifth-gen car, the new Chevrolet Camaro is small, lighter, and more powerful with the V-6 and V-8 variants. Additionally, the new chassis and suspension setup easily out handled the previous model, though we'd like to see a high-performance summer tire option on the four-cylinder entry-level model.

Cool Fact

GM claims the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1's optional 10-speed automatic (co-developed with Ford), shifts faster than the Porsche PDK dual-clutch transmission.

Key Competitors

  • Ford Mustang
  • Dodge Challenger
  • BMW 4 Series
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2017 Camaro ZL1 and 1LE: Get Used To Our Taillights

Lighter, more powerful performance models put pricier competition in the rearview


DETROIT – The 2017 ZL1, the most powerful production Camaro ever, and the track-bred 1LE are designed to deliver exhilarating performance on both the open road and the road course, at prices that leave the competition behind.  

When they go on sale later this year, the 2017 Camaro ZL1 will be priced at $62,135 for coupe models and $69,135 for convertibles. Prices include destination charge, but not tax, title and other dealer fees. The 1LE package is a $4,500 MSRP option on Camaro V-6 LT coupe models and $6,500 on the V-8 1SS coupe model. For LT coupes, the 1LE package features the Camaro SS’s FE3 suspension, while the 1SS benefits from the ZL1’s electronic limited-slip differential and FE4 suspension with Magnetic Ride dampers.

“The Camaro ZL1 offers supercar performance with daily-driver refinement, a combination that stacks up against any other sports coupe – at any price – around the world,” said Steve Majoros, director, Chevrolet marketing.

“Building on Chevrolet’s well-established recipe for track-focused performance, the new 1LE packages expand the performance envelope of the Camaro SS and, for the first time, the Camaro LT,” said Al Oppenheiser, Camaro chief engineer. “You’ll be hard-pressed to find more track-capable cars in their respective classes for the money.”


  • 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds
  • Quarter-mile in 11.4 seconds at 127 mph
  • 1.02 g max cornering
  • 60-0 mph braking in 107 feet (32 meters)
  • 220-pound (100 kg) weight reduction
  • 650-horsepower (485 kW) supercharged LT4 6.2L V-8 engine

*ZL1 performance numbers achieved with a coupe equipped with the available 10-speed automatic transmission and using original-equipment tires on a non-prepped surface.


  • 0-60 mph in 5.2 seconds with Camaro LT 1LE
  • 0-60 mph in 4.2 seconds with Camaro SS 1LE
  • 0.97 g max cornering with Camaro LT 1LE
  • 1.02 g max cornering with Camaro SS 1LE
  • 60-0 mph braking in 112 feet (34 meters) with Camaro LT 1LE
  • 60-0 mph braking in 107 feet (32 meters) with Camaro SS 1LE
  • 230-pound (104 kg) weight reduction (SS 1LE to previous model)

About Chevrolet
Founded in 1911 in Detroit, Chevrolet is now one of the world's largest car brands, doing business in more than 115 countries and selling more than 4.0 million cars and trucks a year. Chevrolet provides customers with fuel-efficient vehicles that feature engaging performance, design that makes the heart beat, passive and active safety features and easy-to-use technology, all at a value. More information on Chevrolet models can be found at

2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS: Full Review - Coupe \u0026 Convertible

Let’s cut right to the hyperbole: The 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE is a rolling manifestation of Bruce Springsteen’s most celebratory lyrical fairy tale, the “all-American boy with a nose for trouble finds his way by means of a pushrod-V-8–powered muscle car with a weary but naturally beautiful girl in the passenger seat.” Born from the same humble two-door-coupe blueprint that launched the Camaro 50 years ago, it’s the everyman’s super-Camaro: a 455-hp, apex-craving monster that rings in with a $44,400 base price ($6500 for the SS 1LE Performance package on top of $37,900 for the 1SS coupe). That’s $17,735 less dear than the expected $62,135 sticker for the 2017 Camaro ZL1, and it will likely undercut the price of the upcoming 2018 Camaro Z/28 by even more. While we’re talking matters of finance, the only other option on our test car was a performance data recorder for $1300, which brought the as-tested price to $45,700. It may not be free, but it’s at least attainable for most aspiring part-time track rats.

Decoding 1LE

Regular readers may recall that, over some 15,000 miles, our long-term 2016 Camaro SS has proved itself to be a comfortable cruiser as well as an extroverted destroyer of tires. Although it’s otherwise similar, the 2017 Camaro SS tested here is further equipped with the vaunted 1LE package, a collection of performance and cosmetic upgrades aimed at putting a sharper edge on all the attributes that make our long-term SS such a blast to drive. (For 2017, the 1LE package is also available on 1LT and 2LT V-6 models, but this review focuses on the V-8–powered SS.)

The $6500 1LE package includes a comprehensive list of hardware. Key items include an FE4 performance suspension with specific tuning for the springs, anti-roll bars, and magnetorheological dampers (GM’s Magnetic Ride Control); Brembo six-piston front monoblock calipers and four-piston rear calipers (painted red); aluminum-hat and iron-friction-surface rotors; an electronically controlled limited-slip, 3.73:1 differential; a six-speed manual transmission; a dual-mode performance exhaust system; and a track cooling package with engine, transmission, and differential coolers. Tasked with keeping the car in contact with the pavement are Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3 tires constructed with a rubber compound developed specifically for the Camaro. Sized 285/30ZR-20 in front and 305/30ZR-20 at the rear, the imposing tires wrap 20-inch Satin Graphite forged-aluminum wheels (10 inches wide up front, 11 inches at the rear).

Telltale cosmetic items include an aggressive-looking fascia and grille with a larger splitter plus a rear blade spoiler; the aero aids are rendered in the same satin black as the hood wrap. The interior features a head-up display and Recaro front buckets, while the flat-bottomed steering wheel and the shift knob are both wrapped with a soothing synthetic-suede material that feels great under your fingers.

Hardware Wars

Before we get into the nitty-gritty details of how this hit parade of Chevrolet performance parts translates into test results, let us remind you of how well this sub-$50K Camaro SS 1LE performed at this year’s Lightning Lap competition at Virginia International Raceway. In Turn One, its 1.11 g of grip matched that of the Ferrari 488GTB, and in the uphill esses it managed a higher average speed (121.6 mph) than the McLaren 570S. Do we really need to tell you how many 1LE Camaros you could buy for the price of either of these exotics? Ultimately, the Camaro posted a lap time of 2:54.8, earning it a second-place ranking in the hotly contested LL2 class ($35,000 to $64,999). Only the 526-hp 2016 Ford Mustang GT350R lapped the circuit faster, shaving an even three seconds off the 1LE’s time. With a base price of $63,495, the Stang cost $6365 extra for each of those three seconds. (It’s worth noting that the V-6 Camaro 1LE took first place in the sub-$35K, LL1 class.)

With all those racetrack heroics in mind, let’s take a look at how the 1LE fared in our standard round of tests: The zero-to-60-mph run consumed 4.1 seconds, and the quarter-mile arrived in 12.4 seconds with the car clearing the traps at 116 mph. Although the Camaro was equipped with launch control, our drivers beat it by utilizing old-fashioned reflexes, launching the car with the engine spinning around 2000 rpm for the best results. Braking and roadholding prowess, the primary focus of the 1LE tweaks, catapult the Camaro beyond the sub-$50K pack. Once warmed up, the brakes consistently hauled the 3747-pound 1LE to a stop from 70 mph in just 141 feet with no fade, and a lap of our 300-foot skidpad revealed 1.05 g of grip. Those figures meet or beat those posted by the significantly more expensive 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51 (149 feet, 1.05 g) and the only mildly more expensive 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 (171 feet, 1.00 g) as measured in a recent comparison test.

While the numbers are impressive, they don’t relay how innocuous the SS 1LE can be in day-to-day driving. Sure, the Recaros are snug, but they leave enough room for your limbs to move about and take care of business. The compromised outward visibility makes it somewhat difficult to place the car on the road, but most staffers eventually acclimated to the environs. Mountains of torque available all over the rev band—the peak of 455 lb-ft comes at 4400 rpm—ensure there’s no need to blip the throttle when letting out the clutch pedal to move away from a stop, which is handy in stop-and-go traffic jams. The magnetorheological dampers manage to soften the impacts transmitted by those massive tires. Hard as it may be to believe, highway slogs are not only possible, they’re pleasant; the 1LE even measured an interior noise level of 75 decibels at a steady 70 mph, which is not entirely unreasonable for a performance vehicle.

But when the urge to cut and run arises, the full might of the 1LE package is at your service. The steering is direct and precise, the shifter feels instantly familiar, and the brake pedal is firm and linear in operation. Together, they conspire with the chassis to transform a meat cleaver into a scalpel, a vehicle that immediately responds to and rewards the slightest inputs. The Camaro is endowed with so much grip and stopping power that it’s nearly impossible to find public roads to explore anything more than a fraction of its capabilities. Stable and confident, it inspired even novice drivers to push a little harder on our 10Best Cars test loop, so clearly does the chassis telegraph its behavior. At the risk of drawing major-league hate from both camps, one driver likened its reassuring demeanor to that of a “big, fat Miata.” Let us assure you this was meant as a compliment of the highest order.

There are caveats: Like all Camaros, outward visibility is poor, the rear seats are all but pointless, the interior lacks any substantial provisions for stowage, and the trunk opening is barely large enough to swallow a gym bag. But there are plenty of staid, sensible vehicles that excel at those tasks. This one is fast, brash, and wears its underdog legacy as a badge of pride. You’ve gotta respect that, even if you hate Bruce Springsteen.


VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 4-passenger, 2-door coupe

PRICE AS TESTED: $45,700 (base price: $44,400)

ENGINE TYPE: pushrod 16-valve V-8, aluminum block and heads, direct fuel injection

Displacement: 376 cu in, 6162 cc
Power: 455 hp @ 6000 rpm
Torque: 455 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm

TRANSMISSION: 6-speed manual

Wheelbase: 110.7 in
Length: 188.3 in
Width: 74.7 in Height: 53.1 in
Passenger volume: 85 cu ft
Cargo volume: 9 cu ft
Curb weight: 3747 lb

Zero to 60 mph: 4.1 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 9.2 sec
Zero to 130 mph: 15.9 sec
Zero to 150 mph: 25.4 sec
Rolling start, 5-60 mph: 4.6 sec
Top gear, 30-50 mph: 10.6 sec
Top gear, 50-70 mph: 10 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 12.4 sec @ 116 mph
Top speed (C/D est): 165 mph
Braking, 70-0 mph: 141 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 1.05 g

EPA city/highway driving: 16/25 mpg


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2017 Chevy Camaro 50th Anniversary Edition Priced From $36,795

Shoppers considering the award-winning Chevrolet Camaro will soon get an expanded range to choose from. Apart from track-focused 1LE and range-topping ZL1 variants, a new 50th Anniversary Special Edition model will celebrate the model's 1967 debut.

While official pricing for the 1LE and ZL1 is still a mystery, order guides have given us our first look at how much the 50th Anniversary Camaro will cost for 2017. Here's what you need to know.

Unique styling

GM will offer the 50th Anniversary Package on 2LT and 2SS versions of the 2017 Camaro. The car will be offered in Nightfall Gray Metallic with body-color front splitter, special "Fifty" badging and unique stripe motif.

The car will run on distinctive 20-inch machined-face wheels with orange front brake calipers. On the 2LT, the car will come with all-season run-flats and Brembo 4-piston brakes, not to mention everything that normally comes with the RS Package.

The cabin gets Jet Black/Dark Gray leather seats with sueded accents and orange contrast stitching. GM is giving the interior special 50th Anniversary treatments to the steering wheel, seatbacks and illuminated door sills.

Prices increasing

Ordering guides show the 2017 Camaro will receive a $605 price increase across its entire range. At the low end, the 1LT coupe will start at $27,300 with destination with the standard 4-cyl turbo and $28,795 with the optional V6. The car comes with a 6-spd manual, but an 8-spd automatic adds $1,495.

On paper, the 50th Anniversary Edition Package is priced at $2,595 on the 2LT and $1,795 on the 2SS. However, the real cost on the 2LT is a bit higher since it requires the $2,800 Convenience and Lighting option which adds a color information center, head-up display, park assist, rear cross-traffic alert, blind zone/lane change alert, wireless charging and more.

Altogether, the 50th Anniversary Package will add at least $5,395 to the base price of a Camaro 2LT, for an MSRP starting at $36,795 with the turbo and $38,290 with the V6. Adding the package to the Camaro 2SS coupe will bring pricing to $44,695.

For full pricing, please read our expanded preview.

2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS 6.2 L V8 Review

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2017 Chevrolet Camaro Pricing

Retail Price

$41,905MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Additional or Replacing Features:
  • 6.2L V-8 Engine
  • 455 @ 6,000 rpm Horsepower
  • 455 @ 4,400 rpm Torque
  • 20" silver aluminum Wheels
  • front air conditioning, dual zone automatic
  • driver and front passenger heated-cushion, heated-seatback Heated front seats
  • Heated mirrors
  • leather Seat trim
  • Rear Park Assist Parking assist
Standard Features:
  • 2.0L I-4 Engine
  • 275 @ 5,600 rpm Horsepower
  • 295 @ 3,000 rpm Torque
  • 18" silver aluminum Wheels
  • front air conditioning, automatic
  • cloth Seat trim
  • 6-spd man w/OD Transmission
  • rear-wheel Drive type
  • ABS and driveline Traction control
  • SiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite, seek-scan Radio
  • 2 - 1st row LCD monitor
  • keyfob (all doors) Remote keyless entry
  • front Fog/driving lights
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2SS 2dr Coupe

Exterior Colors

  • Red Hot

  • Bright Yellow

  • Garnet Red Tintcoat

  • Nightfall Gray Metallic

  • Silver Ice Metallic

  • Summit White

  • Mosaic Black Metallic

  • Black

  • Hyper Blue Metallic

  • Arctic Blue Metallic

  • Krypton Green

Interior Colors

  • Medium Ash Gray w/Leather-Trimmed Seat Trim

  • Jet Black w/Leather-Trimmed Seat Trim

  • Kalahari w/Leather-Trimmed Seat Trim

  • Adrenaline Red w/Leather-Trimmed Seat Trim

  • Ceramic White w/Leather-Trimmed Seat Trim

  • Jet Black/Dark Gray w/Orange Accents w/Leather-Trimmed Seat Trim


Standard Options

Additional Options


2017 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS 2dr Coupe

Depreciation$22,824Fees & Taxes$3,342Fuel$9,131Insurance$7,782Interest$4,119Maintenance$4,329Opportunity$1,127Repairs$2,412Total$55,067


Year 1$11,031

Year 2$3,149

Year 3$3,423

Year 4$2,748

Year 5$2,473

Fees & Taxes

Year 1$2,574

Year 2$221

Year 3$204

Year 4$174

Year 5$170


Year 1$1,701

Year 2$1,761

Year 3$1,824

Year 4$1,889

Year 5$1,956


Year 1$1,585

Year 2$1,570

Year 3$1,556

Year 4$1,542

Year 5$1,528


Year 1$1,433

Year 2$1,142

Year 3$838

Year 4$520

Year 5$186


Year 1$8

Year 2$127

Year 3$663

Year 4$394

Year 5$3,137


Year 1$123

Year 2$168

Year 3$217

Year 4$270

Year 5$349


Year 1$0

Year 2$0

Year 3$0

Year 4$1,077

Year 5$1,335

Total Cost to Own

Year 1$18,454

Year 2$8,139

Year 3$8,725

Year 4$8,613

Year 5$11,135

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