Chevrolet Corvette

A rival, the claim to an equally high appreciation of reviewers and buyers of the Porsche Cayman. It has a slightly lower price, but the MSRP difference of about $1,500, and that is not likely to vary enough to you one way or the other.

But the Corvette comes with more standard HP. You can also sister a similar performance to the Corvette, the Chevrolet Camaro. It has the same impact power as the Corvette, but in large parts of parts, and features make it a good bet for those who want a speed machine, more of the budget available. On the other hand, the Dodge Viper is almost no reason to justify to make his nearly $90,000 price, except for a statement.

A lot of work goes into the research and the decision to buy a new car. To help you concentrate on your choice, we have done the hard part and compiled 30 pieces of research from around the automotive industry and crafts-an analysis of the experts of 2017 Chevrolet Corvette. Our reviews are based on the opinion of a professional car journalist, and crash-test scores, predicted reliability ratings, and more.

For 2017, the Corvette, a new Grand Sport model added to its lineup. The Corvette last full redesign was in the year 2014, and it has seen some major changes since. As a result, this overview uses applicable research and reviews from 2014 to 2017 model years.

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How Much does the Chevrolet Corvette cost?

2017 Chevy Corvette starts at $55,450, which puts it somewhere in the middle of the luxury sports car. It is much more expensive than the standard versions of mainstream muscle cars like the Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger, Chevy Camaro, but all of these cars have performance versions that compete on the Corvette in price and performance. For example, the Camaro ZL1 starts out at $61,140 and shares the engine with the highest power of the Corvette. You can SS the Camaro, though, for only $36,905. This model has the same engine as the base Corvette.