2017 Chevrolet Camaro Has Half Assed Growth Effort That’s Poor
When the Ford Mustang received global fame it did so thanks to the fact that Blue Oval met the needs of different markets, with one of the biggest changes being the right hand drive version. But it looks like GM isn’t going to follow suit with the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro.
The Chevrolet Camaro is going to be offered in the UK and it is going to have a price tag of around £31, 755 and this is £2, 750 more than what you can pick up the Ford Mustang for.
If you want to ditch the roof of the pony then you do have to pay out £35, 755 for the entry level version and if you want to add in the Technology and Comfort packages you will have to add on £1, 890.
Some people may be able to live with the fact that the Chevrolet Camaro is more expensive than the Ford Mustang. However what people in the UK may not be able to live with is that the vehicle is only a left hand drive model.
This makes the effort to expand into other markets look half assed as they are going to be offering a vehicle that is left hand drive in markets that have right hand drive vehicles.
So is the culture of the Chevrolet Camaro going to be enough to persuade people to forget about the higher price tag and choose it over the Ford Mustang overseas?