2016 Chevrolet Camaro starts at $28,245 in Canada
2016 Camaro SS delivers 0-60 acceleration in 4.0 seconds; 0.97 g cornering grip at a starting price that is $2,575 less than the outgoing model
Oshawa, Ontario (Tuesday, September 22, 2015) – Less weight and more power is the combination for performance success, and engineers of the 2016 Camaro have the numbers to prove it. With weight savings of up to 177 kilograms (390 lbs.), the all-new Camaro delivers performance numbers that reset the benchmark for the segment.
The 2016 Camaro offers higher levels of performance, technology and refinement, starting at a suggested retail price in Canada of $28,245, plus a destination freight charge of $1,650 for the Camaro 1LT, while the most powerful Camaro SS ever starts at $42,150 for the 1SS.
“The all-new 2016 Camaro will reset the bar in the segment with even greater levels of performance, new technologies not found on any other car in the segment, and more choices that enable customers to take personalization farther than ever before.” said Shane Peever, Chevrolet brand manager for Canada. “The 1LT trim level has long been one of the most popular for Camaro and we expect it will be even more popular as the 2016 Camaro 1LT is priced $2,575 less than the 2015 model and offers significantly more standard features and technologies.”
New standard features that were either unavailable or optional on the 2015 model include:
- Chevrolet MyLink with Apple CarPlay capability
- OnStar 4G LTE connectivity with Wi-Fi hotspot
- Driver Mode Selector with Snow/Ice, Tour and Sport modes on all models and Track mode on SS
- Remote vehicle starter system (with an automatic transmission)
- Driver information center with color display
- Keyless access with push-button start
- Rear vision camera
- Automatic climate control
- Leather-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel
- LED daytime running lamps
- Capless fuel filler
- Variable-ratio electric power steering
- 8-way power driver, 6-way power passenger seats
- Electronic park brake
- Driver and front passenger knee air bags
Additionally, the popular RS package returns for LT models. It features 20-inch aluminum wheels, High Intensity Discharge (HID) headlamps with LED signature lamps, LED taillamps, RS-specific grille inserts and a rear spoiler.
The Camaro 1SS builds on the equipment included on the 1LT with the RS package, adding unique front and rear fascias, specific grilles, a vented hood, and specific rear spoiler. Additional performance features included on the 1SS include:
- Cooling systems for the differential, transmission and engine oil
- Brembo brakes with four-piston front and rear calipers
- Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 run-flat tires.
- Active Rev Matching (manual transmission models only)
- Limited slip differential (manual transmission models only)
- Configurable Driver Information Center
Uplevel 2SS models include leather heated and ventilated front seats, wireless phone charging, interior spectrum lighting, heated steering wheel, head-up display, Bose premium audio, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Side Blind Zone Alert with Lane Change Alert – included on the 2LT with the Convenience and Lighting Package – and more.
Chevrolet testing shows the all-new, 455-hp (336 kW) Camaro SS coupe – the most powerful Camaro SS ever – sprints from 0-96 km/h (0-60 mph) in 4.0 seconds and covers the quarter-mile in 12.3 seconds, when equipped with the all-new eight-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission.
The other Gen Six Camaro coupe models are commensurately quick, with the 275-hp (205 kW) 2.0L Turbo delivering 5.4-second 0-96 km/h (0-60 mph)performance and a 14.0-second quarter-mile, with the six-speed manual. With the available, 335-hp (250 kW) 3.6L V-6 and eight-speed automatic, the Camaro zips to 96 km/h (60 mph) in 5.1 seconds and down the quarter-mile in only 13.5 seconds.
“The performance of the Camaro 2.0L Turbo will challenge many of the iconic muscle cars from the 1960s, while the Camaro SS’s performance – including 0.97 g cornering – makes it one of the most capable 2+2 coupes on the market,” said Al Oppenheiser, Camaro chief engineer. “The performance numbers only tell half of the story, because the lighter curb weight also makes the new Camaro feel more responsive and agile behind the wheel. It brakes more powerfully, dives into corners quicker, accelerates faster and is more fun to drive than ever.”
With standard 18-inch wheels and Goodyear Eagle Sport all-season tires, the 2.0L Turbo delivers 0.85 g in cornering grip and 96-0 km/h (60-0-mph) braking in 39.31 metres (129 feet). With the RS package, which includes 20-inch wheels and Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric all-season run-flat tires, the 3.6L V-6 delivers 0.89 g in cornering and 96-0 km/h (60-0 mph) braking in 37.79 metres (124 feet). The Camaro SS features Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 run-flat summer-only tires, enabling 0.97 g in cornering and 96-0 km/h (60-0 mph) braking in 35.66 metres (117 feet).
2016 Camaro coupe
0-96 km/h (0-60 mph) (sec.)
Quarter-Mile (sec. @ mph)
Grip (max. lateral)
96-0 km/h (60-0 mph) braking
2.0L turbo w/18-in. tires
5.4 (man.) 5.5 (auto.)
14.0 @ 100 (man.) 14.0 @ 99 (auto.)
39.31 metres (129 feet)
3.6L V-6 w/20-in. RF3 tires
5.2 (man.) 5.1 (auto.)
13.7 @ 102 (man.) 13.5 @ 103 (auto.)
37.79 metres (124 feet)
6.2L V-8 w/20-in. RF4 tires
4.3 (man.) 4.0 (auto.)
12.5 @ 115 (man.) 12.3 @ 116 (auto.)
35.66 metres (117 feet)
Lighter, stronger architecture
Much of the Camaro’s performance can be attributed to the development team’s focus on reducing vehicle mass and improving structural stiffness. They invested 9 million hours of computational time looking for opportunities to make the chassis lighter and stiffer. That computer-aided engineering led to a modular architecture strategy that tailored the chassis to each model (see accompanying infographic).
“Every Camaro model offers exceptional chassis strength and rigidity, but the modular design made the architecture more adaptable and mass-efficient, because we didn’t have to compensate for the unique demands of, say, the SS convertible when building a 2.0L Turbo coupe,” said Oppenheiser. “The result was an elegant engineering solution: 12 chassis components that could be combined to meet the structural requirements of each specific model, without adding unnecessary mass to other models.”
Consequently, the base curb weight for the 2016 Camaro is 167 kilograms (368 lbs.) () lighter than the previous model. The 1SS model is 101 kilograms (223 lbs.) lighter, while offering 29 more horsepower, for a 14-percent improvement in its power-to-weight ratio.
275 hp / 295 lb-ft 3,339 lbs (auto) 12.1 lbs/hp
335 hp / 284 lb-ft 3,435 lbs (auto) 10.3 lbs/hp
455 hp / 455 lb-ft 3,685 lbs (man) 8.1 lbs/hp
323 hp / 278 lb-ft 3,729 lbs (auto) 11.5 lbs/hp
426 hp / 420 lb-ft 3908 (man) 9.2 lbs/hp
390 pounds lighter than 2015 V-6
294 pounds lighter 12% lbs/hp improvement
223 pounds lighter 14% lbs/hp improvement
The 2016 Camaro is offered in coupe and convertible body styles, and a simplified model lineup with just two models (LT and SS) and four trim levels (1LT, 2LT, 1SS, and 2SS). The Canadian starting price for each model is as follows:
*Plus a destination freight charge of $1,650 and $100 AC tax.
FAST FACT: The 2016 Camaro 2.0L Turbo’s 275 horsepower rating matches the output of the 1993-1995 Camaro Z28’s 5.7L V-8 – and offers comparable acceleration performance.
About Chevrolet in Canada
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Here is the Latest 2016 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe Pricing
Before I get into the pricing figures on the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, I want to make it clear that these are not official numbers, but rather numbers sent to be via a dealership employee who offered these under the condition of anonymity. I don’t know that they are all correct, but in looking around the internet, these prices are comparable to other leaked pricing figures that have been published. So, these aren’t official pricing figures for the 2016 Camaro, but I believe them to be accurate.
2016 Camaro Trimline Pricing
First off, we learned a few weeks back that the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro 1LT with the 4-cylinder turbocharged engine and a manual transmission starts at $26,695 while the Camaro 1SS with the LT1 V8 starts at $37,295. Both of these prices include the $995 destination fee and the standard 6-speed manual transmission.
Those who want the more heavily appointed Camaro 2LT with the turbo 4 engine will face a starting price of $30,795 while the loaded up Camaro 2SS starts at $42,295 – again including the 6-speed manual transmission and destination fees.
Adding the 3.6L V6 to the 2016 Camaro 1LT or 2LT will increase the price by $1,495, so the 2016 V6 Camaro should start at $28,190 in 1LT form and $32,290 for the 2LT with the manual transmission. Adding the 8-speed automatic transmission will paddle shifters and remote start also adds $1,495 to every package, so the base turbocharged 4-cylinder Camaro with the automatic transmission should start around $28,190 and the V6 automatic Camaro 1LT should start around $29,685.
The Camaro 1SS with the automatic transmission should start around $38,790 and in 2SS form, the self-shifting LT1 Camaro should start around $43,790.
Here is a quick list for easier viewing:
Camaro 1LT 4-cylinder turbo, Manual transmission - $26,695
Camaro 2LT 4-cylinder turbo, Manual transmission - $30,795
Camaro 1LT 4-cylinder turbo, Automatic transmission - $28,190
Camaro 2LT 4-cylinder turbo, Automatic transmission - $32,290
Camaro 1LT V6, Manual transmission - $28,190
Camaro 2LT V6, Manual transmission - $32,290
Camaro 1LT V6, Automatic transmission - $29,685
Camaro 2LT V6, Automatic transmission - $33,785
Camaro 1SS, V8, Manual transmission - $37,295
Camaro 2SS, V8, Manual transmission - $42,295
Camaro 1SS, V8, Automatic transmission - $38,790
Camaro 2SS, V8, Automatic transmission - $43,790
Option Pricing for the 2016 Camaro
There is a long list of options for the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro in LT and SS form, and our informant has offered up a great preliminary list of pricing for those add-on goodies. The RS package costs $1,950, the Technology Package for the adds $800 and the 2LT Convenience Package adds $2,800. The dual mode exhaust system for the Camaro SS costs $895, the Chevrolet MyLink radio costs $495, the sunroof costs $995, Magnetic Ride Control costs $1,695, the engine block heated costs $75 and the front license plate bracket costs $15.
Finally, the Ceramic White or Adrenaline Red interior accent kits each cost $500, the three upgrade exterior colors (Bright Yellow, Garnet Red, Mosaic Black) all cost $395 and all of the optional exterior stripe packages add $470 to the final price.
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is expected to begin hitting showrooms next month, so it shouldn’t be much longer before the full pricing and the configurator tool are both live in Chevrolet.com. In the meantime, these unofficial prices should give hopeful 6th gen Camaro owners a good idea of how much money they will need to save up to buy their newest dream car.
Thanks to Belgian Max for the help on these pricing figures!
Review: Topless 2016 Chevrolet Camaro soars to top of its class
- Camaro convertible prices start at $32,700. $53,080 as tested
- New eight-speed automatic transmission is smooth and quick
- 455-hp, 455 lb-ft of torque from 6.2L V8 engine
Hyperbole is wasted on the ★★★★ 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS Convertible. Save the flowery words and rhetorical flourishes for a car that needs them. A simple recitation of facts and figures makes the Camaro’s case: It is one of the world’s best sporty convertibles.
More powerful: The SS’s 455 horsepower and 455 pound-feet of torque top the output of the Ford Mustang GT, BMW M4 and M235i xDrive and Audi S5.
Faster: Car and Driver magazine reports 0-60 m.p.h. acceleration in 3.7 seconds, quicker than any of those competitors.
Less expensive: Camaro SS convertible prices start at $48,145,lower than all those competitors but the Mustang.
Lighter: The 3,943-pound Camaro SS convertible weighs less than the Audi S5 and BMW M4 convertibles.
The Camaro convertible shares all the virtues of the all-new coupe that went on sale in 2015, and adds a power soft-top for the joy of open-air driving.
Prices for the Camaro convertible LT start at $32,700 for a 275-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a six-speed manual transmission. A 335-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 adds $1,495. The 455-horsepower V8 starts at $43,300 with the manual transmission. An eight-speed automatic adds GM’s lucky number, $1,495, to any of the models.
• Related:Chevrolet's Camaro SS may be world's best sport coupe
I tested a well-equipped V8 Camaro SS convertible with the automatic transmission, cylinder deactivation, blind-spot and cross-traffic alerts, Bluetooth phone and audio compatibility, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, navigation, Wi-Fi hotspot, magnetic ride control, head-up display and more. It stickered at $53,080. All prices exclude destination charges.
The Camaro SS costs less than the S5, M235i,M4 and Mustang GT convertibles and offers a range of features they don’t match.
The Camaro’s shape —modern, yet true to the car’s heritage — lost none of its sporty appeal and muscular good looks when it lost its roof. The wedgy profile carries through, made more attractive on my test car by glistening gray paint that appeared to flow along the body.
The interior of my car was clothed in brown leather with black and matte-metallic trim. The front seat is roomy and comfortable, though there’s not much storage for phones, glasses, etc. The rear seat is very cramped. The controls are simple and easy to use, including novel climate controls that built some features into the housing of the dashboard vents. Dials, buttons, voice recognition and a good touch screen make it easy to use the Camaro’s many features. Apple CarPlay works well.
Visibility is limited when the top is closed, making my car’s blind-spot and cross-traffic controls a necessity.
The trunk is the smallest in the segment, with barely room for a pair of small bags. It’s a good thing the rear seat won’t be carrying passengers much, so there’s a place for larger bags.
Magnetic ride control adjusts the shocks quickly and imperceptibly to offer a smooth, comfortable ride in easy driving and stiffness for maximum roadholding in quick maneuvers.
The new eight-speed transmission is fast and smooth, with none of the hunting and stumbling that has plagued some new transmissions with more than the usual number of gears. The 6.2-liter V8’s cylinder deactivation system also works unnoticeably.
The result is an Environmental Protection Agency rating of 17 m.p.g. in the city, 28 on the highway and 20 combined. The Camaro’s fuel economy is near the top of its class, and its horsepower and torque are best in class.
Don’t let the fact that this beautiful sports car is more affordable and less rare than luxury models fool you into thinking the Camaro is common, though. The Camaro convertible’s accessibility makes it special, and makes us lucky.
• Related:Mustang outperforms Camaro, Challenger in crash test
Contact Mark Phelan: [email protected] or 313-222-6731. Follow him on Twitter @mark_phelan.
Behind the Wheel
2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS convertible
Rear-wheel-drive four-passenger two-door convertible
Price as tested: $53,080 (excluding destination charge)
Rating: ★★★★ (Out of four stars)
Reasons to buy: Looks, performance, features, value
Shortcomings: Small trunk with inconvenient opening, awkward window control, rear legroom
Competitive EPA fuel-economy ratings
(Automatic transmission convertible models)
Chevrolet Camaro SS: 17 m.p.g. city/28 highway/20 combined. Premium gasoline.
Audi S5 TFSI Quattro: 18/26/21. Premium.
BMW M235i xDrive: 20/30/23. Premium.
BMW M4: 17/24/19. Premium.
Ford Mustang GT Premium: 15/24/18. Regular.
Comparative base prices (excluding destination charges)
(Automatic transmission convertible models)
Chevrolet Camaro SS: $43,300
Audi S5 TFSI Quattro: $61,100
BMW M235i xDrive: $50,750
BMW M4: $74,200
Ford Mustang GT Premium: $42,145
Specifications as tested
Engine: 6,2L 32-valve V8 with cylinder deactivation
Power: 455 hp @ 6,000 r.p.m.; 455 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4,400 rpm
Transmission: 8-speed automatic
Wheelbase: 110.7 inches
Length: 188.3 inches
Width: 74.7 inches
Height: 53.1 inches
Curb weight: 3,943 lbs.
Where assembled: Lansing
Key features on vehicle tested
Standard equipment: Antilock brakes; stability control; front seat head and thorax side air bags; front seat knee air bags; roadside assistance; Brembo 4-piston brakes; limited slip differential; rear-vision camera; rear park assist; blind-spot and cross-traffic alerts; HID headlamps; LED signature lights; LED daytime running lights; LED taillights; 20-inch bright-silver painted aluminum wheels; power, auto dimming side mirrors; push-button start; power locks and windows; 8-way power driver and front passenger seats; memory for driver settings; heated and ventilated front seats; dual zone automatic climate control; heated steering wheel; Bose audio; head-up display; universal home remote; illuminated sill plates; interior spectrum lighting; wireless charging; floor mats; 8-inch touch screen; Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; Bluetooth phone and audio compatible; XM satellite radio trial service; OnStar trial service, and 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot with trial data plan
Options: 8-speed automatic transmission; magnetic ride control; remote vehicle start; dual mode exhaust; navigation, and 2-inch five-split spoke gray-painted aluminum wheels
View CommentsSours: https://www.freep.com/story/money/cars/mark-phelan/2016/07/20/review-2016-camaro-ss-convertible-general-motors-car-review/87238938/
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