Since the Chevrolet 2010 Camaro went on sale, the list of orders has stretched to 25,000 units of which only half have been delivered. The demand for the car seems to be ironic with the current drop of overall sales in the auto industry.
A 2010 Camaro leaves dealerships in a matter of a few days with a smiling new owner behind the wheels. The high demand also causes the going on price to be $500 over the tag price. No one is complaining and unlike other cars in the market, the Camaro does not have to go with some cash back guarantee or any incentives.
If critics are looking for a good decision GM made, it may well be the production of this old muscle car. The Camaro is hitting the top of the charts.
Consumers can choose from a range of available 2010 Camaro in the market today. The entry level unit has a V6 power plant beneath its hood. There is also an LT midrange option, and a V8 SS models with a displacement of 6.2L.