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Official 2009 Corvette Pricing Announced

by Keith Cornett on June 18, 2008

GM released the official 2009 Corvette Pricing schedules earlier this week and while most of the buzz centered around the $103,300 price tag for the Corvette ZR1, let’s not forget about the Coupe, Convertible and the Z06 models which will represent around 95% of the Corvettes sold next year.

There are now four distinct Corvette models with prices ranging from $47,895 for the base Coupe to $103,300 for the Corvette ZR1. The new 2009 schedule does show an increase in pricing over the 2008 model, but GM does give us some surprises with several enhancements to the 2009 models including a lower priced base convertible.

New for 2009:

  • The Corvette Convertible will be offered in a 1LT-Equipment Group package, lowering the MSRP for Convertibles to $52,550. Additionally, a power top is now standard on 2LT Convertible models.
  • Cyber Gray Metallic and Blade Silver Metallic are added, while Machine Silver Metallic is discontinued. This brings the Corvette’s exterior palette to nine colors.
  • Revised crossed flags emblem – The iconic Corvette crossed flags emblem is distinguished with a new, bright surround.
  • Two new custom leather-wrapped interiors – Dark Titanium and Ebony join Sienna and Linen as available selections.
  • Bluetooth capability – This option enables the Corvette to offer the convenience and safety of Bluetooth hands-free phone service.
  • Standard power hatch pull-down – This convenient feature is now standard on Corvette coupe and Z06 models.

New for the 2009 Corvette Z06:

  • New, “spider”-design 10-spoke Z06 wheel available in four versions: Sparkle Silver, Competition Gray and chrome
  • Color-keyed door and instrument panels with red and titanium interiors
  • Power-operated pull-down hatch now standard
  • Gray stitching on Ebony base seats (previously red)
  • New door sill plates with the Z06 logo
  • Acoustic package standard on all Z06 models
  • The Z06 also receives a larger-capacity dry-sump oiling system. It upgrades to the 10.5-quart (9.9 liters) system of the new ZR1. The previous oil system held eight quarts (7.5 liters).

2009 Corvette Price Schedule:

MODELS  
1YY07 Coupe $47,895.00
1YY67 Convertible $52,550.00
1YY87 Z06 $73,255.00
1YY87 ZR1 $103,300.00
Pricing Includes $850 Destination Charge  
   
   
2009 CORVETTE COUPE PACKAGES
1LT Equipment Group $0.00
2LT Equipment Group $1,545.00
3LT Preferred Equipment Group $4,555.00
4LT Premium Equipment Group $8,055.00
VPL GCA Ultimate Exterior Pkg $2,095.00
VPL GCA Ultimate Exterior Pkg w/Wheels $5,475.00
   
2009 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE PACKAGES
1LT Equipment Group $0.00
2LT Equipment Group $3,540.00
3LT Preferred Equipment Group $6,550.00
4LT Premium Equipment Group $10,050.00
VPL GCA Ultimate Exterior Package $2,095.00
VPL GCA Ultimate Exterior Pkg w/Wheels $5,475.00
   
2009 CORVETTE Z06 PACKAGES
1LZ Equipment Group $0.00
2LZ Preferred Equipment Group $3,015.00
3LZ Premium Equipment Group $6,515.00
   
2009 CORVETTE ZR1 PACKAGES
1ZR Equipment Group $0.00
3ZR Premium Equipment Group $10,000
   
   
OPTIONS  
CC3 Transparent Roof Package $750.00
C2L Dual Roof Package $1,400.00
D30 Custom Color and Trim Combination $590.00
F55 Magnetic Selective Ride Control $1,995.00
GU2 2.73 Rear Axle Ratio $395.00
MX0 6 Speed Automatic with Paddle Shift $1,250.00
NPP Dual Mode Exhaust System $1,195.00
R8C Museum Delivery $490.00
R8E Gas Guzzler Tax (ZR1) $1,700.00
U3U AM/FM CD with Navigation $1,750.00
Z51 Performance Handling Package $1,695.00
**6 Two Tone Seats with Embroidery $695.00
   
WHEELS  
Q9V Forged Chrome Aluminum Wheels $1,850.00
QX1 Competition Gray Wheels $395.00
QG7 Polished Aluminum Wheels $1,295.00
Q8A Spider Chrome Wheels – Z06 $1,995.00
Q44 Competition Gray Wheels – Z06 $395.00
Q76 Chrome 10 Spoke Wheels – Z06 $1,995.00
QL9 Polished Aluminum Wheels – Z06 $1,495.00
Q6B Chrome Aluminum Wheels – ZR1 $2,000.00
   
PREMIUM EXTERIOR COLORS  
45U Velocity Yellow Paint $750.00
83U Atomic Orange Metallic Paint $300.00
85U Jetstream Blue Metallic Paint $750.00
89U Crystal Red Metallic Paint $750.00

There is also a new appearance package that is being offered on 2009 Corvettes that we haven’t seen before. RPO VPK and VPL are described as the Genuine Corvette Accessories (GCA) Ultimate Exterior Appearance Package. The difference between the two is that option VPL comes with wheels. I am assuming that this could be a dealer installed package but am unsure so we’ll look into this further.

Thanks goes out to Dave Salvatore of Kerbeck Corvette for sending us the 2009 Pricing Schedule. If you are interested in a new 2009 Corvette, call Dave at 1-877-537-2325. Make sure you tell him CorvetteBlogger sent you!


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Corvette ZR1: GM Releases Official Pricing

by Keith Cornett on June 17, 2008

The 6.2L Supercharged Corvette ZR1

Seems like it was forever-ago when the 2009 Corvette ZR1 was introduced at January’s GM Style event. With all the fanfare and Kid Rock to boot, the Corvette ZR1 single-handedly took over the North American Internation Auto Show. Six months later and just one month before the 6.2L Supercharged carbon fiber wonder begins production, GM is giving us the final piece of the Corvette ZR1′s puzzle: pricing and official performance statistics.

The official MSRP of the 2009 Corvette has been set at $103,300, making the Corvette ZR1 the most expensive Chevrolet ever offered. The MSRP includes the $850 destination charge that’s on every Corvette. An options package is also available for $10,000 and the chrome wheels will set you back another $2,000. Finally, and most unfortunately, the Federal Government gets in on the act with a $1,700 gas guzzler tax. So for those of you keeping track, a fully loaded 2009 Corvette ZR1 will cost you $117,000.

So what are you getting for $117,000? How about an American Super car that can stack up against any competition, foreign or domestic. We saw how the engineers ran the Corvette ZR1 to a top speed of 205 mph (330 km/h) on a German test track. Now we learn that the ZR1 can run 0-60 at 3.4 seconds, 0.3 seconds faster than the Z06, and its 0-100 mph is 7.0 seconds for the ZR1, almost a full second faster 7.9 seconds posted by the Z06. Finally, the all-important quarter mile time is 11.3 seconds at 131 mph.

“A favorable power-to-weight ratio gives the ZR1 an advantage over the competition and performance that has to be experienced to fully appreciate,” said Tom Wallace, Corvette chief engineer. “Of course, on a racetrack, drivers of competitors’ cars may appreciate the ZR1 in a whole different manner.”

The Corvette ZR1 has an EPA fuel rating that also beats several renowned super cars. The ZR1 is estimated to get 14 mpg city and 20 highway. Ferrari’s 599 GTB Fiorano gets 11 city/15 highway, the Lamborghini Murcielago gets 8 city/13 highway and the Aston Martin V8 Vantage gets 12 city/19 highway. As Corvette’s Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter acknowledged in April’s Live Chat, the Corvette ZR1 is subject to a modest gas guzzler tax of $1,700.

While the standard Corvette ZR1 is based on the same interior refinements of the Corvette Z06, for the discriminating buyer with an additional $10,000, Chevrolet is offering an Options package that includes the following upgrades:

  • Power-adjustable, heated and leather-trimmed ZR1 embroidered sport seats
  • Side air bags
  • Bose premium audio system
  • Navigation system
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Power telescoping steering column
  • custom leather-wrapped interior available in four colors

The only other option available for the Corvette ZR1 are Chrome Wheels, which will add an additional $2,000 to the MSRP.

The Corvette ZR1 has been a long time coming and with production starting in July, it should be just a couple of more months before we start seeing them at shows and on the street. Chevrolet has produced a true super car that’s ready to compete on the world stage. Now, about the C7 Corvette…


Source
GM.com

Related:
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Corvette ZHZ Available Only From Hertz

Hertz Rent A Car is teaming up with Chevrolet to offer the Corvette ZHZ, an exclusive limited edition version of the iconic American Sports car. The Corvette ZHZ comes equipped with the 436 hp LS3 coupled to the 6-Speed paddle shift automatic transmission and features a unique exterior: Yellow with a painted Black hood stripe. The Corvette ZHZ will be included in the Hertz Fun Collection which features a variety of sporty vehicles available for rent in key metropolitan markets across the county.

Just 500 Corvette ZHZs will be made available in 24 cities across 14 states. The first Corvette ZHZs debut this month at Hertz airport locations in major cities including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Net York, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco and Seattle.

The Corvette ZHZ is fully optioned. In addition to the LS3 engine and paddle shift transmission mentioned above, the ZHZ features dual mode exhaust, magnetic selective ride control and special trim like embroidered ZHZ center consoles, floor mats and a Hertz emblem on the front fenders.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer the limited-edition Corvette ZHZ as part of our Fun Collection fleet,” said Mark P. Frissora, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer for Hertz. “With the launch of this exclusive program, customers can experience the thrill of renting a high-performance car that provides the utmost in driving experiences while adding a splash of fun with its distinctive look.”

Earlier this year, Avis Rent A Car announced they would start carrying the 2008 Corvette Convertible as part of their “Cool Cars” fleet.

The Corvette ZHZ will be available as part of the Fun Collection fleet at the following Hertz airport locations: Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Miami, Orlando, Palm Beach, Tampa, Savannah, Maui, Oahu, Boston, Newark, Charlotte, Portland, Charleston, Nashville, Dallas, Houston, Seattle, and Washington, DC.


Source:
Hertz

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Avis adds Corvette Convertible to its Cool Car Collection

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David from Kerbeck Corvettes sent us an email this morning with the latest constraints on ordering new 2009 Corvettes from the Bowling Green Assembly Plant. Corvettes ordered this week are expected to be built July 7th – July 20th.

2009 Corvette Coupes and Convertibles:
Constraints are limited to the two new colors. 57U Cyber Grey Metallic is limited to 50 units while 17U Blade Silver Metallic is limited to just 25 units.

2009 Corvette Z06:
Constraints are also limited to the two new colors. 57U Cyber Grey Metallic is limited to 17 units and 17U Blade Silver Metallic has just 8 units available nationally.

2009 Corvette ZR1:
No news yet on allocations for the ZR1 but we hear that production is planned to start sometime in July. Again, stay tuned for additional information as it comes available.

In other Corvette production news, the Bowling Green Assembly Plant will be closed for its annual summer shutdown the first two weeks of July. Tours of the facility have been cancelled from June 27th through July 11th and will resume on Monday, July 14th.

Shopping for a new Corvette? call Dave Salvatore of Kerbeck Corvette at 1-877-537-2325. Make sure you tell him CorvetteBlogger sent you!


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Corvette Sales: Weekly Constraints on 2009 Corvettes (5/29)

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May 2008 Corvette Sales

by Keith Cornett on June 3, 2008

Corvettes for Sale at Kerbeck Chevrolet

GM released May’s Corvette Sales numbers this evening and we’re happy to report that Corvette sales remain healthy despite all the negativity you hear about gas prices and the economy. 2,904 Corvettes were delivered in May 2008, the second highest amount this calendar year and lagging only 286 Corvettes behind April’s 3,190 delivery number. For the calendar year, Corvette sales stand at 12,872 – down 12.5% from 2007′s 14,703 Corvettes delivered in the same time period.

2008 Corvette Delivery Statistics
Month Calendar Year-to-Date
Month 2008 2007 % Change Months 2008 2007 % Change
January 2,015 2,234 -9.8% Jan-Jan 2,015 2,234 -9.8%
February 2,071 2,784 -25.6% Jan-Feb 4,086 5,018 -18.6%
March 2,692 3,158 -14.8% Jan-Mar 6,788 8,176 -17.1%
April 3,190 3,227 -1.1% Jan-Apr 9,968 11,403 -12.6%
May 2,904 3,300 -12.0% Jan-May 12,872 14,703 -12.5%


2007 Corvette Delivery Statistics
Month Calendar Year-to-Date
Month 2007 2006 % Change Months 2007 2006 % Change
January 2,234 2,579 -16.8% Jan-Jan 2,234 2,579 -16.8%
February 2,784 3,058 -9.0% Jan-Feb 5,018 5,637 -11.0%
March 3,158 3,655 -16.7% Jan-Mar 8,176 9,292 -12.0%
April 3,227 3,516 -0.6% Jan-Apr 11,403 12,808 -11.0%
May 3,300 3,317 -4.3% Jan-May 14,703 16,125 -8.8%
June 3,055 2,938 0.1% Jan-Jun 17,758 19,063 -6.8%
July 2,377 2,794 -11.4% Jan-Jul 20,135 21,857 -7.9%
August 2,877 2,990 -3.8% Jan-Aug 23,012 24,842 -7.4%
September 2,837 3,056 -3.5% Jan-Sept 25,849 27,903 -7.4%
October 2,484 2,761 -13.5% Jan-Oct 28,333 30,664 -7.6%
November 2,438 2,773 -12.1% Jan-Nov 30,771 33,437 -8.0%
December 2,914 3,081 -5.4% Jan-Dec 33,685 36,518 -7.8%


Corvette Stock Report:

A check of Jeff Hardy’s website shows a total of 7,697 2008 Corvettes on the ground as of yesterday. This is a 13% increase over last month’s check which showed 6,770 2008 Corvettes available nationwide.

  • 4,204 Corvette Coupes
  • 1,849 Corvette Convertibles
  • 1,644 Corvette Z06

According to the site, there are 499 2007 Corvettes still available at dealers across the nation.


Source:
GM.com
JeffHardy.com

Related:
April 2008 Corvette Sales

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I just received an email from David at Kerbeck Corvettes with the latest constraints on ordering new 2009 Corvettes from the Bowling Green Assembly Plant. Corvettes ordered this week are expected to be built the week of June 30th.

2009 Corvette Coupes and Convertibles:
Constraints are limited to the two new colors. 57U Cyber Grey Metallic and 17U Blade Silver Metallic are both limited to 50 units nationally this week.

2009 Corvette Z06:
Constraints are again limited to the two new colors. 57U Cyber Grey Metallic and 17U Blade Silver Metallic are both limited to 16 units nationally this week.

2009 Corvette ZR1:
No news yet on allocations for the ZR1. Stay tuned…

David also mentions that the constraints on these two new Corvette colors are just temporary and the limits may only be in place for one or two more weeks as the factory ramps up its 2009 Corvette production.

If you’re in the market for a 2009 Corvette or perhaps you’re interested in spending your summer tooling around town in a new 2008 Corvette, please call Dave Salvatore of Kerbeck Corvette at 1-877-537-2325. Make sure you tell him CorvetteBlogger sent you!


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Kerbeck Corvettes in Atlantic City sent us the first constraints for new orders on 2009 Corvettes. This week opens the first order period for the 2009 Model Year. Corvettes ordered this week are expected to be built the week of June 23rd.

2009 Corvette Coupes and Convertibles:
Constraints are limited to the two new colors. 57U Cyber Grey Metallic and 17U Blade Silver Metallic are both limited to 80 units nationally this week.

2009 Corvette Z06:
Constraints are again limited to the two new colors. 57U Cyber Grey Metallic and 17U Blade Silver Metallic are both limited to 22 units nationally this week.

2009 Corvette ZR1:
There are no allocations yet for the 2009 Corvette ZR1. Read our report on why we think allocations have been delayed.

If you’re ready to pull the trigger on ordering a 2009 Corvette or perhaps you’re interested in driving away in a 2008 Corvette for the Memorial Day weekend, give our friend Dave Salvatore of Kerbeck Corvette a call at 1-877-537-2325. Make sure you tell him CorvetteBlogger sent you!


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The 2009 Corvette ZR1

Dealers, do you know where your 2009 Corvette ZR1 allocation letters are? We heard the letters were promised in “early May” and being so close to the date that the system will start accepting orders for the 2009 models, it’s unusual that they haven’t shown up yet. We already know that yearly production will be 2,000 units according to Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter, so what’s the holdup in letting dealers know their preliminary allocation numbers? It could very have something to do with pending legislation in Florida that would cause a ripple effect across the country for not only allocations of the Corvette ZR1 but the Z06 as well.

On May 1st, the Florida Legislature approved a bill pertaining to Motor Vehicle Dealers and their relationship with the licensees (ie manufactures) and sent it to the desk of Governor Charlie Crist for his signature. The 17 page bill, titled “CS for SB 2582” contains language that prohibits certain actions that licensees can take against a dealer including coercion to improve or relocate facilities or punishing dealers for selling motor vehicles knowingly to customers who intend to export them.

However, there are two sections of this bill that deal with fairness of allocations. It is specifically these two clauses that could effect the allocation of a limited production car like the 2009 Corvette ZR1. The worst case scenario is that no Florida Chevrolet dealers will receive the ZR1 because if GM makes one available to any dealer in Florida, than technically it would have to make one available to all dealers in the state, which is what it seems the bill requires.

The two clauses in “CS for SB 2582″ dealing with allocations are below with the relevant passages highlighted:

(18) The applicant or licensee has established a system of motor vehicle allocation or distribution or has implemented a system of allocation or distribution of motor vehicles to one or more of its franchised motor vehicle dealers which reduces or alters allocations or supplies of new motor vehicles to the dealer to achieve, directly or indirectly, a purpose that is prohibited by State Statute 320.60-320.70, or which otherwise is unfair, inequitable, unreasonably discriminatory, or not supportable by reason and good cause after considering the equities of the affected motor vehicles dealer or dealers. An applicant or licensee shall maintain for 3 years records that describe its methods or formula of allocation and distribution of its motor vehicles and records of its actual allocation and distribution of motor vehicles to its motor vehicle dealers in this state. As used in this subsection, “unfair” includes, without limitation, the refusal or failure to offer to any dealer an equitable supply of new vehicles under its franchise, by model, mix, or colors as the licensee offers or allocates to its other same line-make dealers in the state.

(22) The applicant or licensee has refused to deliver, in reasonable quantities and within a reasonable time, to any duly licensed motor vehicle dealer who has an agreement with such applicant or licensee for the retail sale of new motor vehicles and parts for motor vehicles sold or distributed by the applicant or licensee, any such motor vehicles or parts as are covered by such agreement. Such refusal includes the failure to offer to its same line-make franchised motor vehicle dealers all models manufactured for that line-make, or requiring a dealer to pay any extra fee, require a dealer to execute a separate franchise agreement, purchase unreasonable advertising displays or other materials, or relocate, expand, improve, remodel, renovate, or recondition, or alter the dealer’s existing facilities, or provide exclusive facilities as a prerequisite to receiving a model or series of vehicles. However, the failure to deliver any motor vehicle or part will not be considered a violation of this section if the failure is due to an act of God, work stoppage, or delay due to a strike or labor difficulty, a freight embargo, product shortage, or other cause over which the applicant or licensee has no control. An applicant or licensee may impose reasonable requirements on the motor vehicle dealer, other than the items listed above, including, but not limited to, the purchase of special tools required to properly service a motor vehicle and the undertaking of sales person or service person training related to the motor vehicle.

As the Corvette ZR1 is considered its own model, any dealer not allocated a ZR1 could technically invoke these clauses and force a claim against GM for violations. While the clauses would also apply to the Corvette Z06 because its also considered a “model”, our understanding of the bill is that special editions like the Indy 500 Pace Car replicas would be exempt as they are technically an option on a convertible or coupe, and not considered its own “model”.

It’s easy to see the dilemma that GM faces. General Motors has a mathematical formula for which of the 4,000+ Chevrolet dealers that would be able to sell the 2,000 Corvette ZR1s (not taking into consideration that some of that number is planned for export) and if this legislation is passed, GM may be forced to exclude the Sunshine state altogether from its ZR1 allocations unless they want to offer one to every Florida-based dealer first. As you can see, this decision could cause a ripple across the US with thousands of dollars of profit per ZR1 at stake.

We’ll be watching MyFlorida.com for announcement on whether this bill will be signed or vetoed.


Related:
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Corvette’s Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter Hosts A ZR1 Chat

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CorvetteBlogger.com Weekly Advertiser Drive-By

by Keith Cornett on May 17, 2008

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April 2008 Corvette Sales

by Keith Cornett on May 1, 2008

GM released April 2008′s Corvette sales figures and for the third consecutive month, the total number of Corvettes delivered was larger than the month before. April 2008′s Corvette sales totaled 3,190 – nearly 500 Corvettes more than were delivered in March, an increase of 18.5%. Although the number was still behind April 2007′s delivery of 3,227 Corvettes, the gap in year to year sales shrunk to just 1.1%. For the calendar year (Jan-Apr) 9,968 Corvettes have been delivered, lagging 12.6% behind the 11,403 Corvettes sold during the same time period in 2007.

Chevrolet just offered its first rebate of the year for Corvette. For the next five days, Chevy is offering $1,000 Bonus Cash for cars already on dealer’s lots. The $1,000 rebate is exactly what we called for back in February to move existing stock and clearing the way for the 2009 Corvettes.

2008 Corvette Delivery Statistics
Month Calendar Year-to-Date
Month 2008 2007 % Change Months 2008 2007 % Change
January 2,015 2,234 -9.8% Jan-Jan 2,015 2,234 -9.8%
February 2,071 2,784 -25.6% Jan-Feb 4,086 5,018 -18.6%
March 2,692 3,158 -14.8% Jan-Mar 6,788 8,176 -17.1%
April 3,190 3,227 -1.1% Jan-Apr 9,968 11,403 -12.6%


2007 Corvette Delivery Statistics
Month Calendar Year-to-Date
Month 2007 2006 % Change Months 2007 2006 % Change
January 2,234 2,579 -16.8% Jan-Jan 2,234 2,579 -16.8%
February 2,784 3,058 -9.0% Jan-Feb 5,018 5,637 -11.0%
March 3,158 3,655 -16.7% Jan-Mar 8,176 9,292 -12.0%
April 3,227 3,516 -0.6% Jan-Apr 11,403 12,808 -11.0%
May 3,300 3,317 -4.3% Jan-May 14,703 16,125 -8.8%
June 3,055 2,938 0.1% Jan-Jun 17,758 19,063 -6.8%
July 2,377 2,794 -11.4% Jan-Jul 20,135 21,857 -7.9%
August 2,877 2,990 -3.8% Jan-Aug 23,012 24,842 -7.4%
September 2,837 3,056 -3.5% Jan-Sept 25,849 27,903 -7.4%
October 2,484 2,761 -13.5% Jan-Oct 28,333 30,664 -7.6%
November 2,438 2,773 -12.1% Jan-Nov 30,771 33,437 -8.0%
December 2,914 3,081 -5.4% Jan-Dec 33,685 36,518 -7.8%


Corvette Stock Report:
A check of Jeff Hardy’s website shows a total of 6,770 2008 Corvettes on the ground. That’s an increase of just 28 Corvettes more compared with March’s 6,742.

  • 3,824 Corvette Coupes
  • 1,537 Corvette Convertibles
  • 1,324 Corvette Z06

According to the site, there are 617 2007 Corvettes still available at dealers across the nation.


Source:
GM.com
JeffHardy.com

Related:
March 2008 Corvette Sales
February 2008 Corvette Sales

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