The 2014 Chevrolet SS sedan will start at $44,470, including the $995 destination fee. It’s an expensive performance car alright, but for the family man who refuses to give up his horsepower, it’s the cheapest option you’ve got.
At this price, the 2014 Chevy SS is about $5,000 cheaper than the current Corvette C6, and $7,500 cheaper than the new 2014 Corvette Stingray C7. This definitely helps it fill the role of a “four-door Corvette”, and with options we’re sure the price could easily swing over $50,000. But compared to other American performance sedans, like the Dodge Charger SRT8, the Chevy SS is about $3,000 less. While slightly less powerful, an extra three grand can add a lot modifications.
With a 415 horsepower LS3 engine, rear-wheel drive, and a 0-60 MPH time in the five-second range, this isn’t your average grocery getter. That said, we’re wondering if GM has plans for bringing the 576 horsepower supercharged versions of the Commodore to America, like they have for the UK’s Vauxhall VXR8 GTS and the Aussie HSV GTS. After all, this is America; shouldn’t we get the biggest and baddest of the bunch too?