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Current-Gen Chevrolet Camaro Officially Discontinued After 2024

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Following the imminent demise of the (gas-powered, at least) Dodge Challenger and Charger, pony car aficionados will soon have one more reason to pour one out: Chevrolet has announced that 2024 will mark the final year for the iconic Camaro in its current form. The Bow-Tie brand plans to send the muscle car off with a limited-run package called the Collector’s Edition, but it remains tight-lipped on specifics and the Camaro’s fate after the sixth generation concludes production in January 2024.

While we wait for more details to emerge, we took a dive into the 2016-23 Camaro’s availability and pricing to help shoppers get their hands on the sports car before it’s too late.

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Collector’s Edition: What We Know So Far

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Currently, Chevy is only providing sparse clues about what shoppers can expect from the Camaro’s final special edition. The brand says the package will give a nod to the first-gen Camaro of the 1960s and specifically references its Panther code name. Chevy also says the package will be available for the 2024 Camaro RS and SS variants and a limited number of high-performance 650-horsepower ZL1 1LEs. The 2024 Camaro will arrive in the summer.

Sixth-Gen Camaro: Availability and Pricing

Shoppers who want to get behind the wheel of the current generation Camaro but don’t want to wait for the Collector’s Edition variants to arrive can take one of two routes: Buy a new 2023 model or look for used variants as far back as the 2016 model year, when the sixth-gen Camaro was introduced.

2023 Camaro

The 2023 Camaro is available as a coupe or convertible and offers the choice of four engine options: a base 275-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder; a 335-hp, 3.6-liter V-6; 455-hp, 6.2-liter V-8; and a 650-hp, supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 for the ZL1. All models come with a standard six-speed manual transmission or an available eight- or 10-speed automatic. As of February, there were about 2,800 examples of new 2023 models seen among dealers with a median price of approximately $43,700. The 2023 Camaro’s starting price ranges from $27,795 (all prices include destination) for the 1LS to $69,995 (including a $1,300 gas-guzzler tax) for the range-topping ZL1.

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Used Sixth-Gen Camaros

As for used models, more than 7,000 units of the sixth-generation Camaro were available among dealers as of February with a median price of around $32,000. Unsurprisingly, shoppers looking for earlier model years can likely save a few bucks: Among used 2016-18 Camaros, 3,200 examples were available with a median of around $27,000.

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Not Goodbye, Just See Ya Later?

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While Chevy has not disclosed plans for the future of the Camaro, it did say the nameplate is not going away for good.

“While we are not announcing an immediate successor today, rest assured, this is not the end of Camaro’s story,” said Scott Bell, vice president, Global Chevrolet in a statement.

The Dodge Challenger and Ford Mustang are the Camaro’s only direct rivals. The Challenger will be discontinued after the 2023 model year, but an electrified muscle car concept — the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT — is expected to go into production in the future to take its place. The 2024 Ford Mustang soldiers on with its gas-powered engine for now, though rumor has it the muscle car will also go electric in the near future. Will the next generation of the Camaro be an all-electric muscle car? Only time will tell. Stay tuned.

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