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Chevrolet Corvette, Coupe, Convertible
#397 of 446 My new '07 Z06 price
Aug 01, 2008 (11:47 pm)
We paid $84,000.00 out the door in June 07. It has every option available! Atomic Orange... ($78,000.00 plus tax, license and extended warranty and gap coverage.)
I always drive the speed limit! Well, 165 is the speed limit somewhere... right?
#398 of 446 Corvette Pricing in the Post-Employee For Everyone World...
Oct 10, 2008 (8:29 pm)
Has anyone bought a Vette since 1 OCT 08, or are we all holding our breath until GM holds a fire sale?
I wasn't able to pull the trigger before 30 September and figured I'd fall back on the Military Discount pricing (for which I qualify), but lo and behold the Military pricing shot up on 2 OCT right along with the regular pricing...
#399 of 446 Re: Corvette Pricing in the Post-Employee For Everyone World... [kimohh]
Oct 10, 2008 (10:15 pm)
Reality is that the Vette is one of the few cars that GM is still moving due to the buyers normally being somewhat financially secure, with money not being much of an object. Dealers in AZ are dealing in their usual form, but not giving away much other than alot of bull****!
Probably the best you can hope for is a GM Employee discount if you can get someone to share with one with you - I bought my 07 at Les Daniels, and they honored it!!
#400 of 446 Re: Corvette Pricing in the Post-Employee For Everyone World... [flyboy986]
Nov 10, 2008 (1:24 pm)
I have continued to watch the local Corvette inventory for the last 2 months, and it hasn't changed much.
Seems like they aren't moving the cars as much as you might think. Employee pricing was a good deal; "Red Tag" supplier pricing not so much...
BTW, I just visited Rick Daniels' website, and there is a message there that says he's unemployed....(hope that's not really true).
#401 of 446 Re: Corvette Pricing in the Post-Employee For Everyone World... [kimohh]
Nov 11, 2008 (6:07 am)
"BTW, I just visited Rick Daniels' website, and there is a message there that says he's unemployed....(hope that's not really true)."
It is true.
#402 of 446 What are the good and the bad of having a Corvette?
Dec 26, 2008 (1:21 pm)
I'm seriously thinking about getting a Corvette in '10 (have to save some money for it) and I'd like to know the good and the bad about owning one, aside from the fact that it's just a really cool looking car.
I'm not concerned about the purchasing experience because my brother works for a GM dealer, so I'm covered.
Are people thinking you've got money if you're driving one?
Where don't you drive your Vette because of other drivers (I'm thinking parking lots).
Do people cut you slack or not because of the car?
Just want some real world do's and don'ts about having one. Thanks.
#404 of 446 Is anyone buying one?
Apr 04, 2009 (1:12 pm)
If so what are people paying? Convertible or coupe
#405 of 446 buying a used corvette
Apr 12, 2009 (6:25 pm)
I looked at a 2007 corvette orange coupe. It has two roofs smoked glass and the factory one. It has 15000 miles and is in showroom condition He also has a extended warranty for 5 years or 72000 miles. Plus other extras. He will take 35000. Is that a good price. Thanks for any advice. RT
#406 of 446 Used 2008 price
Jun 16, 2009 (8:05 pm)
I bought a used 2008 corvette with 2,500 miles.
Options include Auto trans, magnetic red, dual mode exhaust, navi, perf axle, F55 magnetic selective ride (get this!).
I paid $41,000.