2011 Ford Mustang Priced Lower than Camaro
The 2011 Mustang base price is $535 less than the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro. Obviously Ford wants to send a powerful message to those who are still on the fence.
The 305 horsepower Mustang V6 starts at $22,995 while the Camaro starts at $23,530.
Chevrolet has not yet released pricing for the 2011 Camaro, but now there's pressure to match or beat Ford's pricing. One thing is for sure, whenver car makers compete heavily for the same target market, car shoppers benefit.
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