2015 Chevrolet SS Pricing Released
While the fate of the rear-wheel-drive sports sedan might be unclear, we know that we will definitely see a Chevy SS this year. We also know that you’ll be able to get it with a manual transmission (FINALLY) and that you’ll be able to opt for a Holden badge rather than Chevy (which is fitting, since the vehicle is a rebadged Holden). And now, we also know exactly what to expect when it comes to 2015 Chevrolet SS pricing.
In its most basic form (which isn’t all that basic at all), the 2015 SS will be available for $48,040, which is a $2,270 price jump over the 2014 model. This price includes the $995 destination charge and the $1,300 gas-guzzler tax.
For this extra $2,270, you’ll get Magnetic Ride Control, Brembo rear brakes to match the front ones in the previous model, and OnStar 4G LTE with built-in Wi-Fi hotspot.
If you want the most tricked-out of all SS models, you can add a sunroof for $900, and a full-size spare tire and wheel for $500, which would bring the grand total up to $49,440.
Whether or not 2015 will be the final year the SS is offered is still to be determined. It would certainly be a great shame to see it go, considering how long enthusiasts had been hammering on at Chevy to bring back a rear-wheel-drive sports sedan prior to the SS’s 2014 debut. But if you’re worried, best get out there now and buy a 2015 model to be on the safe side. Provided you have a spare 50 grand lying around, that is.