2,800 Mile 2015 ZL1 Camaro Manual 6-Speed: Get Your Checkbook
With only 2,600 miles on the ticker, this 2015 Chevy Camaro ZL1 is practically brand new. Some prefer this generation over the current sixth-gen. If that is how you feel and you wish you had bought one when new, this could be your lucky day. It’s the right Camaro all murdered out and ready for some fun.
A ZL1 Camaro with super low miles and a stick
It even has a six-speed manual transmission. Combine that with the supercharged ZL1 6.2-liter LSA V8 and it is optioned just right. That amounts to 580 hp and 556 lb-ft of torque. Or put another way; zero to 60 mph times are four seconds and 184 mph top speed.
But there’s more. The optional Sueded Microfiber Package gets some added daylight with a power sunroof. Recaro performance seats, dual-mode performance exhaust, Brembo brakes, magnetic ride control suspension, 20-inch forged aluminum wheels, and a limited-slip diff all enhances this special Camaro. It is also equipped with a nav system, heads-up display, cargo mat, and carbon fiber accents.
The ZL1 was the top-of-the-line Camaro in 2015
When new, this 2015 Camaro sold for $62,490. It was the top dog for Camaro offerings in 2015. The current bid is at $30,000 with three days left. Based on Hagerty’s valuation tool, in this type of condition, it is worth around $52,000. A new ZL1 comes in at $62,000.
This was the last year of the fifth-gen Camaro. It made its first appearance in 2010, looking similar to the concept Camaro seen in the Transformers movies. The ZL1 package debuted in 2012. It should be noted Chevy said at the time that more than 30-percent of the components used in the ZL1 were unique to this model.
Chevy made only 1,850 ZL1s in this final year
So these were special Camaros. Only 1,971 were built the first year. In 2013 almost 8,000 ZL1s were built. Then the numbers fell.
Only 2,436 came off of the line in 2014, and just 1,850 for the final year, of which this is one. So, even if this comes close to what Hagerty says it is worth, this ZL1 is still $10,000 cheaper than a new one. And for some, it is the better-looking of the two.