Los Angeles Chevrolet Dealer Charging Six-Figures For 2014 Camaro Z/28
A 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 would set you back at least $75,000 MSRP were you to head over to your nearest dealership. One Los Angeles dealership, however, is charging a steeper price of admission for the honor of destroying everyone at Willow Springs and Irwindale.
Jalopnik subsidiary Car Buying says Felix Chevrolet has a black-on-black 2014 model for the reasonable price of $106,165, a markup of just over $30,000. Though someone in Beverly Hills — or Justin Bieber — may be more than willing to pay that particular toll, the blog found a dealership 40 minutes away in Santa Ana charging $76,645 for a black-on-black Z/28 on its floor. Since Disneyland is nearby, the lucky owner can used the $30,000 they would have spent in L.A. to buy quite a few passes and souvenirs.
Other dealerships whose prices are in the five-figures include Good Chevrolet near Seattle ($86,150); Schumacher Chevrolet near New York ($74,995); and — with the lowest price of all dealerships in the United States — Lorenzo Bomnin Chevrolet in Miami ($66,999).
Hard to work up any outrage here. The suckers who must have it first have to pay top price. Back in '70 Datsun/Nissan did this with the 1st 240Z and Mazda in '78 with the 1st RX-7. At the risk of sounding like David E. Davis, Jr., Caveat Emptor and all that crap.
And at the end of the day, the thing still wears a mullet.
A fool and his money are soon parted. A rich fool just happens to have more of it and is referred as stimulating the economy.
So these cost as much as Corvettes? Or has a Corvette got more expensive than I thought.