For the handful of years it was for sale in the US, the SS sedan was the most under-appreciated new performance car in Chevy's lineup. Based on the Australian-built Holden Commodore, it paired an unassuming four-door body with an LS3 V8 from the last-gen Corvette, sending power to the rear wheels via an optional six-speed manual. It checked all the boxes, and drove wonderfully. Few stick-shift examples were sold, and now, they're pretty hard to come by. This one . You should buy it before a collector scoops it up and hides it away in a hanger forever.
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According to the seller, the orange color paired with the six-speed is a rare combination among the SS sedans out there. The flashy tone sort of defeats the sleeper vibe of this car, but we don't hate it. Being just two years old and having under 10,000 miles on the clock, the car is said to perform flawlessly, with no issues or signs of wear. The only imperfection is a set of light scratches along the body, shown in detail in the gallery below. Being a 2017, it's equipped with the later-style wheels, Magnetic Ride Control, and Brembo brakes on all four corners.
The car is currently or best offer. That's about what these cars sold for new, and considering the cult following they've developed, it seems prices will remain steady for the foreseeable future. Don't believe me? Just look at manual-equipped Pontiac G8 GXP . It'll probably sell fast, so you better move quickly.