Prices are staying high due to the demand, too, reports Bloomberg. While most of the cars on the market have some sort of financing or cash-back incentive on them - both from American and import carmakers - the Camaro has none. And it's actually selling for about $500 over sticker price.
That's a remarkable feat, all things considered, and has to make critics of the retro-modern muscle car think twice about GM's wisdom in bringing the car to market.
The 2010 Camaro is available in a range of trims, starting at the entry-level V6-powered LS and mid-range LT model, and ending at the grin-inducing 6.2L V8-powered SS models. Both six-speed automatic and six-speed manual gearboxes are available to catch the array of casual cruisers, stylish commuters and hardcore enthusiasts that are buying the Camaro.