The Chevrolet Camaro may top out the Ford Mustang in muscle car sales for the first time in 25 years. With just a few weeks left in the year, Camaro is ahead of the Mustang in sales by 7,421 units.
General Motors has sold a total of 75,685 units of the Camaro coupe, while Ford has sold 68,264 units through the first 11 months of the year. According to AutoWeek, if the numbers hold through, the Camaro will end 2010 with a total of 82,500 units sold, while the Mustang will finish with 74,500 – of course, that’s if Ford doesn’t throw in any last minute incentives for the Mustang.
“It’s not a sales race,” Mustang spokeswoman Angie Kozleski conceded.
Chevrolet spokesman David Cladwell said that there are no special year-end incentives or marketing strategies planned for the Camaro. “The 21st-century Camaro just naturally generates a lot of enthusiasm,” he said.
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– By: Zain Haq