I got an early C6 (VIN # was less than 650) and I did not pay over MSRP. One needs to shop around.BiPlaneFlyer said:When the C6 first came out people were paying 5K over sticker to get an early one. The same will happen with the ZO6. Wait til next year. They will still be making them. And yes, remember the ZR1...although I don't think GM will limit production to such low numbers.
very good point!Much 2 Fast said:I will tell anyone.. I LOVE CORVETTES. But lets face it, for your 70 or 75k you wont get all the perks that you get with a Porsche or a BMW. What perks am i refering to? SERVICE! Does anyone own a porsche or a BM'er? Whats the dealer service like? Will THEY come and pick your car up for you? YES.... Do they give you a hassle over warranty claims...NEVER.... Do they appreciate your business AFTER the car leaves the show room...ALWAYS... Thats my exeperience with these 70K+ cars..
I have owned 3 Corvettes..including my current 04 Z06.... and I have owned 2 Camaro's, 4 Caprices, 1 Impala SS, and a Buick Regal.... I have at least 4 bad experiences with EACH car from the respective dealer service centers... FOR 70K+ I expect a whole lot more from GM than the car itself... therefore:
I WILL NOT PAY MORE THAT A 58 BASE FOR ANY CORVETTE IN THIS DECADE... BECAUSE GM AINT CHANGING THEIR SERVICE FOR NOBODY..AND I KNOW THAT MUCH FOR A FACT...BEEN THERE DONE THAT....
Has anyone noticed how expensive GM parts have gotten lately?...
And being wrong about my guesstamite for the base price, yes I sure hope I'm wrong. And 58-59K is the real base price. However a engine as strong as this one is with the correct parts to make it reliable seems a bit on the low side.Redbull said:very good point!
And thats why, new 06z06vette will go for about