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Steane Klose | Oct 20, 2008

Camaro sticker prices have been doing the rounds online for the better part of a week now and while the news there was good, many people also want to hear what the various options will likely set them back. Thanks to the guys over at Camaro5 forums, we've got the official options list and pricing for you right here.

You can take a look at the gallery images to get the full details but the most popular option listed, the RS package, is available for a very reasonable USD$1200 when fitted to one of the SS models. It will cost slightly more for those opting to have the package fitted to one of the lesser V6 models (another reward for choosing the V8).

The RS package adds 20-inch wheels, HID headlights with integrated halo rings, rear spoiler, and replacement tail lights. The overall effect adds to the Camaro's fabulous lines (Aussie-designer and GM design boss Mike Simcoe led the design team) and the minimal pricing should ensure the RS package is an oft-ticked option.

The Camaro is shaping up to be a very reasonable prospect for US buyers when considering options, performance and - most importantly - price. Our hope is that GM can get the Camaro to these shores and keep that equation in balance. (You can then join the queue behind me.)

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