Marking up Corvettes is nothing new.
If you were around in 1978, you no doubt remember how asking prices of the Corvette Indy Pace Car soared to astronomical levels after being spotlighted in the infamous “Wall Street Journal” article.
We’re not sure how many of them ever sold at those ridiculous prices that reportedly reached as high as $75,000.
More times than not during the roll out of a new Corvette model do we see some dealers using market conditions to jack up the price over the MSRP. Of course we do not feel sorry for any buyer who purchases their new Corvette this way when there are so many quality dealers who are selling at MSRP. But hey, if you got to be among the first to have it now, then check out this listing on eBay.
Good news for our Corvette friends in the Great White North!
Chevrolet has finally issued pricing for the 2015 Corvette Z06 in Canada. The 2015 Z06 Coupe will start at $85,095 while the Z06 Convertible has an MSRP of $90,595. Those prices do not include the $1,800 destination charge.
Chevrolet has finally answered the question that has kept Corvette enthusiasts wondering since the 2015 Corvette Z06 was introduced back in January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit: How much is America’s newest supercar going to cost?
Well that answer arrived this morning and it’s going to put a smile on your face.
The all-new 2015 Corvette Z06 Coupe with 650 hp will start at an MSRP of $78,995. The Corvette Z06 Convertible will start at $83,995. Prices include the $995 destination fee.
Late last week, GM released pricing to dealers for the 2015 Corvette Stingray Coupe and Convertible models as well as assorted options and accessories. The good news is that the non-Z51 Coupe and Convertible pricing for 2015 is the same as the final 2014 MSRP while the Z51 Coupe and Convertible models will see their starting MSRPs increase by $1,000 each.
For 2015, non-Z51 Corvette Stingray Coupes will start at $53,000 while its Z51 version will start at $58,000. The non-Z51 Convertible will begin at $58,000 and the Z51 version starts at $63,000. All four models still tack on the $995 delivery charge.
Last week, reports of a 6 month wait for your new C7 Corvette swirled around the internet. Since then the topic of Corvette Stingray demand has been talked about all over the interwebs. With that in mind we decided to take a look around the ‘net and see what we could find for sale. Read on to see what we came across.
Those of us who were around for the dog-eat-dog days of the 1978 Corvette Indy Pace Car know first-hand how greedy some dealers can be when a hot car comes their way.
Automotive News is reporting this week that some Chevy dealers are asking as much as $10,000 to $20,000 above sticker price for the soon-to-be-here 2014 Corvette Stingray.
Since the new Corvette Stingray was revealed on 1.13.13, one major question waiting to be answered was how much will the new C7 cost. Today, we are very happy to reveal that the 2014 Corvette Stingray Coupe will have a suggested retail starting price of $51,995 and the 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible will start at $56,995. Both prices include a $995 destination fee.