The first Chevrolet Chevelles had price tags varying from $2,231 to $2,857, depending on the exact model. When adjusted to inflation, this means the cars cost $17,116 to $21,919 in today's dollars. The manufacturer first introduced the Chevelle in 1964 with 22 different body and engine combinations.
The Chevelle 300 Series 53 two-door sedan with a six-cylinder engine was the cheapest offering. The four-door version of the exact same configuration was the second cheapest option with a price tag of $2,268. In comparison, the Chevelle Malibu SS Series 58 two-door convertible with an eight-cylinder engine had the highest price tag at $2,857.