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CARFAX Vehicle History Reports contain over 28 billion historical records from 20 European countries, the US and Canada, which are updated daily with new information.
Even if you live in a country we don't collect vehicle data from, it's still always worth checking the Vehicle Identification Number without obligation. The used car import and export market is booming and many owners would be surprised to find out exactly what happened to their vehicle during its previous life abroad.
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Did you know that considerably more used cars are sold than new cars? We think this second-hand system is nothing short of fantastic. However, it goes without saying that it gives rise to different methods and tactics: Some sellers will disguise a car that's been in an accident under a fresh coat of paint, tamper with the odometer or conceal theft. This is one of the less appealing aspects of buying second hand. Our goal is to establish trusting relationships between buyers and sellers, since this is the best way to help customers make the right decision. Your new car should be reliable and make you feel safe, as well as make you feel like you haven't paid too much.
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Time to break out your calculator and the 2017 Corvette Order Guide as Chevrolet released the full schedule for pricing the 2017 Corvettes late Tuesday afternoon. We already knew the starting MSRP pricing on all eight Corvette models which was revealed at the NCM Bash and now that pricing is out on the equipment groups and individual options, we have a complete picture to get started with ordering your new Corvette.
In regards to pricing the 2017 model year Corvettes, we are happy to see that pricing for the new Corvette models is only going up by $50 each and that all of the equipment groups return at the same prices as last year. The spread between the starting MSRP for the eight Corvette models is only $28,000 with the base Corvette Stingray now listing for $55,450 while the Corvette Z06 Convertible comes in at $83,450. Slotted in the middle is the new Grand Sport Coupe and Convertible models which will MSRP at $65,450 and $69,450.
The same can be said also about three design packages which are the same from 2016. The design packages all require 3LT/3LZ and as for the prices, Spice Red costs $3,000, Twilight Blue is $3,500 and the Black Suede package is $3,995.
Download the 2017 Corvette Order Guide
The Corvette Grand Sports can also be optioned with the Z15 Heritage Package which will run $795. The special edition Grand Sport Collector Edition Corvette is RPO Z25 and will cost $4,995 and it does require your equipment group to be 3LT as well. The new Grand Sport Collector Edition is limited to just 1,000 Corvettes.
Below is a list of pricing and options for the 2017 Corvette Stingray, Grand Sport and Z06. We recommend you also Download the 2017 Corvette Order Guide which will show the availability of the individual options for the Corvette Stingray and Grand Sport. The Z06 Order Guide will be coming later.
Corvette Models and Packages
2017 Corvette Stingray Coupe $55,450
2017 Corvette Stingray Convertible $59,450
2017 Corvette Stingray Coupe w/Z51 $60,450
2017 Corvette Stingray Convertible w/Z51 $64,450
2017 Corvette Grand Sport Coupe $65,450
2017 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible $69,450
2017 Corvette Z06 Coupe $79,450
2017 Corvette Z06 Convertible $83,450
*MSRP Price doesn’t include the $995 destination charge
1LT PKG PRICE $ 0.00
2LT PKG PRICE $4,455
3LT PKG PRICE $9,745
1LZ PKG PRICE $ 0.00
2LZ PKG PRICE $3,565
3LZ PKG PRICE $8,945
Z07 PERFORMANCE PACKAGE $7,995
ZLD – TWILIGHT BLUE DESIGN PACKAGE (3LT/3LZ) $3,500
ZLE – SPICE RED DESIGN PACKAGE (3LT/3LZ) $3,000
ZLG – BLACK SUEDE DESIGN PACKAGE (3LT/3LZ) $3,995
Z15 – GRAND SPORT HERITAGE PACKAGE $795
725 – GRAND SPORT COLLECTOR EDITION (3LT) $4,995
MEP – 7 SPEED MANUAL WITH REV MATCH $0.00
M5U – 8 SPEED AUTO WITH PADDLESHIFT $1,725
FE2 – MAGNETIC SELECTIVE RIDE CONTROL (includes Z51 WHEELS/SPOILER) $3,495
FE4 – MAGNETIC SELECTIVE RIDE CONTROL W/ PTM (FOR STINGRAY W/ Z51) $1,795
B92 – VISIBLE CARBON FIBER HOOD $1,995
BV4 – PERSONALIZED INTERIOR PLAQUE – INCLD WITH R8C $200
R8C – CORVETTE MUSEUM DELIVERY (dest NOT waived) $990
PBC – CUSTOMER ENGINE BUILD EXPERIENCE (Z06 ONLY) $5,000
PIN – CUSTOMER SELECTABLE VIN $5,000
ERI – BATTERY PROTECTION $100
J57 – CERAMIC BRAKE ROTORS (Z06 w/o Z07) $7,495
J6A – BLACK BRAKE CALIPERS (w/o Z07 or J57) $595
J6D – GRAY BRAKE CALIPERS (w/o Z07 or J57) $595
J6E – YELLOW BRAKE CALIPERS $595
J6F – RED BRAKE CALIPERS (included on Z06) $595
FE4 – MAGNETIC RIDE CONTROL (Z51 ONLY) $1,795
NPP – DUAL MODE PERFORMANCE EXHAUST $1,195
FAY – CARBON FIBER DASH – N/A 1LT $995
AE4 – COMPETITION SEATING $1,995
AE4 – COMPETITION SEATING WITH SUEDE INSERT $2,495
UQT – NAVIGATION – AVAILABLE ALL TRIMS $1,795
TTV – CARBON FLASH MIRRORS & SPOILER Z51 ONLY $100
5ZU – Z51 PAINTED STYLE SPOILER $600
5ZV – Z51 STYLE SPOILER CARBON FLASH $600
5V6 – STINGRAY LOGO PACKAGE $595
5VM – EXPOSED CARBON FIBER GROUND EFFECTS PACKAGE (n/a Z06) $4,295
VTD – PAINTED CARBON FIBER GROUND EFFECTS PACKAGE (n/a Z06) $3,295
CFV – CARBON FIBER GROUND EFFECTS PACKAGE $3,995
CFZ – CARBON FIBER GROUND EFFECTS PACKAGE $2,995
EFX – SHARK GRAY PAINTED EXTERIOR VENTS $595
EFY – BODY COLOR PAINTED EXTERIOR VENTS $995
EYK – CHROME BADGE PACKAGE $100
EYT – CARBON FLASH EXTERIOR BADGE PACKAGE $100
D30 – COLOR COMBO OVERRIDE $590
36S – YELLOW INTERIOR STICH $395
38S – RED INTERIOR STITCH $395
TU7 – TWO TONE SEATS NAPA/SUEDE $395
3F9 – RED SAFETY BELT $395
N26 – SUEDED STEERING WHEEL, SHIFT KNOB, BOOT $695
G1E – LONG BEACH RED METALLIC TINTCOAT $995
GC6 – CORVETTE RACING YELLOW TINTCOAT $995
GGA – BLACK ROSE METALLIC $495
ROOF COUPE OPTIONS
C2M – EXPOSED CARBON & GLASS 2/3LT $2,995
C2Q – FULL PAINTED CARBON FIBER & GLASS 2/3LT $1,995
C2Z – VISIBLE CARBON FIBER $1,995
CC3 – TRANSPARENT GLASS $995
Q6B – Z06 CHROME ALUMINUM $1,995
Q6J – Z06 SPECTRA GRAY PAINTED WHEELS WITH MACHINED GROOVE ALUMINUM $595
Q6U – Z06 BLACK ALUMINUM $495
Q7E – CHROME ALUMINUM $1,995
Q7T – BLACK PAINTED ALUMINUM $495
Q8K – GRAND SPORT MACHINE FACE ALUMINUM $1,495
Q8X – GRAND SPORT BLACK ALUMINUM $495
Q8Z – GRAND SPORT CHROME ALUMINUM $1,995
Q9B – GRAND SPORT SATIN BLACK WITH RED STRIPE $1,495
QCC – BLACK MACHINED ALUMINUM $1,495
QX1 – GLOSS BLACK ALUMINUM WHEELS $495
QX3 – CHROME ALUMINUM WHEELS $1,995
R87 – Z51 SATIN BLACK WITH RED STRIPE $1,495
RPK – BLACK MACHINE FACE ALUMINUM $1,495
RUR – GRAND SPORT SATIN BLACK WITH RED STRIPE $1,495
DNE – GRAND SPORT FULL LENGTH STRIPE /CARBON FLASH $995
DTH – FULL LENGTH STRIPE /CARBON FLASH $950
DTN – FULL LENGTH STRIPE /CYBER GREY $950
DTP – FULL LENGTH STRIPE /SILVER $950
DTQ – FULL LENGTH STRIPE /ORANGE $950
DTR – FULL LENGTH STRIPE /CRYSTAL RED $950
DUP – FULL LENGTH STRIPE /RED, WHITE, BLUE $950
DTZ – HOOD STINGER – CYBER GREY $500
DTW – HOOD STINGER – CARBON FLASH $500
DVQ – HOOD STINGER – SATIN BLACK WITH JAKE LOGO $500
DWA – FULL LENGTH STRIPE /VELOCITY YELLOW $950
DXM – HOOD STINGER – SHARK GRAY $500
DXP – GRAND SPORT Z15 FULL LENGTH STRIPE /TORCH RED $995
DXT – GRAND SPORT Z15 FULL LENGTH STRIPE /SHARK GRAY $995
DXU – GRAND SPORT Z15 FULL LENGTH STRIPE /LAGUNA BLUE $995
DXP – GRAND SPORT Z15 FULL LENGTH STRIPE /ARCTIC WHITE $995
ORDERABLE ACCESSORIES OPTIONS
5KX – STINGRAY EXTERIOR APPEARANCE PACKAGE $800
5V6 – GRAND SPORT INTERIOR APPEARANCE PACKAGE $595
5YN – INTERIOR TRIM BADGE $105
5YU – CHROME 5-SPOKE TORQUE STYLE WHEELS W/O TIRES $4,440
5YU – CHROME 5-SPOKE TORQUE STYLE WHEELS WITH TIRES $6,080
5YV – SILVER 5-SPOKE TORQUE STYLE WHEELS W/O TIRES $3,740
5YV – SILVER 5-SPOKE TORQUE STYLE WHEELS WITH TIRES $5,030
5YW – 19″ AND 20″ POLISHED WHEELS W/O TIRES $4,040
5YW – 19″ AND 20″ POLISHED WHEELS WITH TIRES $5,780
5YX – 19″ AND 20″ BLACK GLOSS WHEELS W/O TIRES $3,740
5YX – 19″ AND 20″ BLACK BLOSS WHEELS WITH TIRES $5,030
5YZ – Z51 SATIN BLACK WITH RED STRIPE WHEELS W/O TIRES $3,740
5YZ – Z51 SATIN BLACK WITH RED STRIPE WHEELS WITH TIRES $5,030
5Z2 – BLACK WITH YELLOW STRIPE WHEELS W/O TIRES $3,740
5Z2 – BLACK WITH YELLOW STRIPE WHEELS WITH TIRES $5,030
5Z8 – Z06 19″ AND 20″ PAINTED PEARL NICKEL $3,740
5ZD – WHEEL CENTER CAPS WITH CORVETTE RACING JAKE LOGO $210
VWD – CHROME Z51 WHEEL CENTER CAPS $210
6Z9 – 19″ AND 20″ BLACK WITH MACHINED GROOVE WHEELS $3,740
S2L – CORVETTE 5 PIECE LUGGAGE (ordered as a set) $920
VYW – STINGRAY LOGO MATS (retain factory set) $165
VLI – STINGRAY LOGO CARGO MAT $205
VQK – MOLDED SPLASH GUARDS $220
V8X – STINGRAY LOGO DOOR SILL ( retain factory set ) $275
RXJ – STINGRAY LOGO CENTER CAPS (retain factory set ) $210
VRS – LOGO CARGO SHADE $130
RWH – INDOOR CAR COVER BLACK $410
VDN – INDOOR CAR COVER GRAY $410
WKP – INDOOR CAR COVER KALAHARI $410
WKQ – INDOOR CAR COVER RED COLOR $410
WKS – INDOOR CAR COVER Z06 GALVANIZED COOL $435
WKR – INDOOR CAR COVER Z06 BLUE $435
WKU – INDOOR VEHICLE COVER WITH C7.R GRAPHICS $1,205
WLO – INDOOR VEHICLE COVER WITH GRAND SPORT $1,205
VRX – INDOOR VEHICLE COVER WITH GRAND SPORT LOGO $435
VGS – OUTDOOR VEHICLE COVER BLACK WITH Z06 $460
VRB – OUTDOOR VEHICLE COVER RED WITH Z06 $460
VRU – OUTDOOR VEHICLE COVER GRAY WITH STINGRAY $435
VTE – UNDERHOOD LINER – STINGRAY LOGO $280
S3Z – DECKLID LINER WITH STINGRAY LOGO $195
VTB – REAR FASCIA PROTECTOR $95
Many of the new options and changes for 2017 Corvettes were covered by Corvette Product Manager Harlan Charles at the National Corvette Museum’s Bash event. Here are photos of many of the new options as well as the one-hour video presentation of the “What’s New with 2017 Corvettes” seminar.
2017 Corvette Order Guide Details New Corvette Options and Colors
Chevrolet Introduces the 2017 Corvette Grand Sport
[VIDEO] What’s New with the 2017 Corvette Seminar from the NCM Bash
From the July 2016 Issue of Car and Driver.
The 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport is probably not what you think it is.
It’s certainly not a ferocious factory racing machine, as the first blistered and vented Grand Sport was in 1963. And it’s not the wrapper in which a new version of the Chevy small-block V-8 is presented. That was true of the 1996 Grand Sport, the vehicle first to bear the LT4 engine that stoked the embers at the end of the C4’s life. One look at the new GS’s muscled glutes and you’ll know it’s something more than just a trim and paint job, but, despite the sincere wishes of some on our staff, it is not the long-awaited mid-engined Corvette.
Tadge Juechter, Corvette chief engineer and our right-seat companion for part of our first drive of the Grand Sport, puts the new car in a slightly different perspective. “This is big business for us,” he says. “The last Grand Sport [of the C6 generation] kept the Bowling Green plant running. It was our highest-volume model.”
Sports-car buyers are more fickle than most. Sales are hot when a new model arrives, as they certainly have been for the C7 Stingray, but then they typically go tumbling off a cliff after a few years. With its long history, the Corvette hasn’t necessarily suffered as much as newcomers in this cycle of boom-and-bust because enough Americans have grown up with the unwavering desire to someday buy a Corvette—not the newest sports car, but a Corvette specifically.
Still, adding a hot, updated version a couple of years into a product’s life is never a bad idea. For whatever the Grand Sport once was, it is now a full-fledged model within the Corvette lineup. And like the C6 version of the GS—as with a number of Porsche 911 variations and almost all Taco Bell menu items—the new car is an assemblage of known parts.
This particular concoction starts with the Stingray’s drivetrain, the naturally aspirated LT1 6.2-liter V-8, but fitted as standard here with the dual-mode exhaust system that’s optional on the base Stingray, plus the dry-sump arrangement of the Z51 version. It produces the same 460 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 465 pound-feet of torque at 4600 rpm. This level of output is what Rolls-Royce used to refer to, in typical winking understatement, as “adequate.”
It is only in a world where less than $100,000 can buy you a factory-warrantied 600- or 700-hp car that 460 sounds unimpressive. Have you ever tried to fully exploit 650 horsepower on the street for anything more than a fleeting moment? If so, are you currently reading this story from the comfort of the prison rec room?
As a full member of the Corvette brood, the Grand Sport is available with either the seven-speed manual or the eight-speed automatic transaxles. In the case of the manual, it carries the Z51’s shorter gearset for livelier acceleration. Opt for the automatic and Chevy specifies the Z51 automatic’s 2.73:1 final-drive ratio in place of the regular Vette’s 2.41:1 ratio.
The Grand Sport has the stance of a thick-bodied lizard and the feet of a gecko. Measuring 77.4 inches at its widest, the Grand Sport is only 3.5 inches wider than a standard Corvette, but it seems six inches . . . a foot . . . nay, a yard wider. The Grand Sport is, naturally, exactly as wide as the Z06, with which it shares its body panels and suspension setup. The sticky-footed car we drove wore track-ready Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires (P285/30ZR-19 up front and P335/25ZR-20 out back). They are part of the optional Z07 package that, as on the Z06, also comes with huge carbon-ceramic brake rotors (15.5 inches in diameter up front and 15.3 in the rear), plus the Stage 2 aero package that adds all varieties of aero doodads, fillips, and finger-noodlers.
As we approach the parked car, we notice the nearly featureless treads of the tires textured with hundreds of little white pebbles adhering to the flat surface. It looks as if the Grand Sport rides on enormous nonpareil candies. And truth be told, these tires and those candies are not the most dissimilar things in the world.
GREG PAJO, THE MANUFACTURER
The suspension system is tuned to fit nicely about halfway between the Stingray and the Z06 on the passive-aggressive continuum. But each Corvette that wears the magnetorheological dampers (which come standard on the Grand Sport) has a mighty broad bandwidth of character. If you plotted the Z51, Grand Sport, and Z06 on a Venn diagram, you would find the ride and handling attributes clustered in overlapping sections. Such is the world of highly customizable, mode-shifting, electronically controlled automobilia. There’s not a bull’s-eye for ride and handling compromise. There are instead five dartboards, one for each of the distinct modes.
It’s a far cry from 1962, when Zora Arkus-Duntov developed the original Grand Sport racer on some of the same roads through GM’s Milford, Michigan, proving grounds where we’re driving the new car today. In the silent home-movie-quality footage of one of Arkus-Duntov’s drives, the father of the Corvette and two-time Le Mans class winner wears a sport coat, loafers, and a cue-ball-white open-face helmet while walking quickly to the car, a freshly lit cigarette dangling at a 45-degree angle to his face.
GREG PAJO, THE MANUFACTURER
We look nowhere near as effortlessly cool, and rain hangs in the chilly spring air, but we’re determined to make the best of it. (The unpleasant weather is why we chose to photograph the GS indoors). The 2017 car shares only its 6.2-liter engine displacement with the ’63 Grand Sport race car. But the new production car is an extremely quick machine that’s also docile and tractable in a way that would have been inconceivable in 1962. The only similarity between the two cars’ behavior is that, when wet and cold, the Cup 2 tires can’t cope with the Vette’s power—at least, not when applied liberally—and the rear of the car fires sideways. On dry pavement, these monster tires will deliver 1.20 g’s of lateral grip, says Chevy. That’s a credible claim considering that we achieved 1.19 g’s in a Z06 shod with the same tires. The standard Michelin Pilot Super Sports are much more roadworthy and long-lived and will deliver more than 1.00 g, which, let us remind you, is an enormous amount of grip that you are unlikely to exhaust on the road. You can get the standard tires by opting out of the Z07 package, which also drops the carbon-ceramic brakes for smaller cast-iron ones, the rotors of which are sized between those of the Stingray Z51 and the Z06. You might choose to forgo the carbon ceramics for price, but don’t worry about them being loud when cold or lame when wet, like some other carmakers’ carbon ceramics (we’re looking at you, BMW). These are well behaved.
Either way, Grand Sport drivers should have more than enough tire, brake, and cooling capacity for serious track work. On Milford’s ride-and-handling loop, a section of gentle curves and alternately ragged or lumpy pavement, the Grand Sport could only be made unpleasant by calling up the stiffest track setting and only then after encountering a series of chatter bumps. You won’t do that. Left in touring or sport, the ride is admirably free of harshness and the car shrugs off nasty midcorner heaves and hillocks. As with other Corvettes, you can also personalize the settings for various systems to suit your fancy. The tuning of the dual-mode exhaust is coordinated with each mode—almost mute in eco mode and getting fairly nasty in sport and track. By modifying the threshold at which the exhaust’s butterfly valves open, Chevrolet has made the Grand Sport a little more aggressive than the standard Stingray, according to Charlie Rusher, a noise and vibration engineer on the Corvette. If you’re looking for someone to thank for the pitch-perfect rumble/rip of the Corvette’s exhaust, Rusher would be a good candidate.
GREG PAJO, THE MANUFACTURER
With greater aerodynamic drag than a Stingray, the Grand Sport will lose a couple of mph from the base car’s 181-mph top speed, says Juechter. The Grand Sport weighs an estimated 130 pounds more than the Stingray (for a total claimed weight of 3428 pounds). Still, Chevrolet figures an automatic Grand Sport with the Z07 package will get to 60 mph about a tenth quicker than a Stingray automatic because of the increased rear traction.
Otherwise, the Grand Sport feels like what it is: a Stingray with an enormous amount of grip. And it looks like what it is: a Z06 without the completely absurd power. At $66,445, the base price of the Grand Sport coupe is about $10,000 higher than an entry-level Stingray, roughly $5000 more than the cheapest Stingray Z51, and about $15,000 less than the least expensive Z06. The convertible Grand Sport starts at $70,445. This is the sweet spot, folks.
At those prices, with that look, expect that the Grand Sport will once again be big business for Chevrolet.
2017 Chevrolet Corvetter Grand Sport
front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 2-passenger, 2-door targa or convertible
ESTIMATED BASE PRICE
pushrod 16-valve V-8, aluminum block and heads, direct fuel injection
376 in3, 6162 cm3
460 hp @ 6000 rpm
465 lb-ft @ 4600 rpm
7-speed manual, 8-speed automatic with manual shifting mode
Wheelbase: 106.7 in
Length: 177.9 in
Width: 77.4 in
Height: 48.6 in
Passenger volume: 52 ft3
Cargo volume (convertible/targa): 10/15 ft3
Curb weight: 3500-3600 lb
PERFORMANCE (C/D EST)
Zero to 60 mph: 3.7-4.0 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 8.4-8.9 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 11.9-12.3 sec
Top speed: 175 mph
FUEL ECONOMY (C/D EST)
EPA combined/city/hwy: 20/15-16/28 mpg
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2017 Chevrolet Corvette Price Analysis
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Stingray 2dr Convertible
2017 Chevrolet Corvette Pricing
$59,450MSRP / Window Sticker Price
Additional or Replacing Features:
- 1st row removable manual targa composite Sunroof
- 6.2L V-8 Engine
- 7-spd man w/OD Transmission
- 455 @ 6,000 rpm Horsepower
- 460 @ 4,600 rpm Torque
- rear-wheel Drive type
- ABS and driveline Traction control
- 18" silver aluminum Wheels
- front air conditioning, dual zone automatic
- SiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite, seek-scan Radio
- 2 - 1st row LCD monitor
- keyfob (all doors) Remote keyless entry
- Heated mirrors
- leather Seat trim
Stingray 2dr Convertible
Long Beach Red Metallic Tintcoat
Watkins Glen Gray Metallic
Blade Silver Metallic
Corvette Racing Yellow Tintcoat
Black Rose Metallic
Sterling Blue Metallic
Admiral Blue Metallic
Gray w/Mulan Perforated Leather Seating Surfaces
Jet Black w/Mulan Perforated Leather Seating Surfaces
Adrenaline Red w/Mulan Perforated Leather Seating Surfaces
Jet Black w/Leather Seat Surfaces w/Sueded Microfiber Inserts
2017 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 2dr Convertible
Depreciation$20,459Fees & Taxes$4,495Fuel$9,131Insurance$6,285Interest$5,661Maintenance$4,400Opportunity$1,310Repairs$3,617Total$55,359
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