Even if you’re not a kid, you may still enjoy the new 50th Anniversary Edition of the Chevy Camaro. The special edition of the Camaro, called the 2018 Camaro Hot Wheels Edition, has a vibrant exterior design, powerful engine, and the latest high-tech gadgets. In short, it’s everything you’ve dreamed about in a car since you were playing with Hot Wheels.
According to The News Wheel, the relationship between Hot Wheels and the Camaro is long-standing. The Camaro was one of only 16 cars that was in the original Hot Wheels lineup, which first debuted 50 years ago in 1968.
The new, full-size Hot Wheels Edition comes with 20-inch alloy wheels, a special “Crush” color scheme, distinct badging, and more. Orders for the Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Edition opened on February 1st.
“Since the Camaro Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Edition debuted last October, we’ve been overwhelmed with the passionate interest from Camaro and Hot Wheels fans alike,” said Todd Christensen, Marketing manager for Chevrolet Camaro. “We’re thrilled that the Camaro Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Edition will soon be hitting the streets, building upon an already formidable lineup that includes the Camaro Redline Edition and Camaro ZL1 1LE.”
El Dorado Chevy couldn’t be more excited about the Camaro Hot Wheels Edition.
Chevrolet is an award-winning brand, and it’s received recognition from a range of organizations. Recently, Kelley Blue Book (KBB)—a third-party review website that’s been in operation for decades—gave Chevy an award for having the Best Vehicle Resale Values for an entire truck lineup. So, if you’re looking for a quality truck that’s built to last, you might start with a test drive of one at El Dorado Chevy.
According to The News Wheel, the Chevy Silverado and Colorado were listed within the Top 10 Models for the 2018 Best Resale Value Awards from KBB. This should come as no surprise, since the Silverado and Colorado are incredibly popular and they’re built with durable designs. In particular, the Colorado keeps up to 60.5% of its original buying price after 36 months—pretty impressive compared to most other vehicles. It also has a highly desirable ZR2 off-road trim that increases value significantly.
The Silverado also did well, keeping an average 57.6% of its original price when sold 36 months after it was first owned. The Silverado is already the second-best-selling vehicle in the US, so it comes as little surprise that this impressive pickup is so popular even after a year and a half of ownership.