Used C7 Corvette For Sale
One of the greatest cars in recent history is calling your name. A C7 Corvette for sale is your opportunity to have style, performance, and great fuel economy. Any Chevrolet 2-seater from 2014 to 2019 is a C7 Stingray. It represents the first all-new Corvette since 1997. Giving the stylists and engineers a clean sheet to work with, the C7 Corvette is an order of magnitude better than its predecessor. Starting with a new frame, all C7’s for sale begin life as convertibles. That is because the convertible's aluminum chassis is more rigid than the steel-framed coupe of the previous generation.
It is such an advanced design that engineers did away with a rear sway bar on the base model. Not only does this offer a comfortable ride, but it also allows the car to easily rotate through the corners. Another aspect of the C7 Corvette is an amazing interior. It is the first Corvette to not share parts with other Chevrolet vehicles. This allowed the instrument cluster to contain a TFT display surround by analog gauges. The infotainment screen drops into the center console to reveal a hiding spot for your valuables. Inside is a USB port to charge your phone while keeping it safe.
To keep your car safe, a valet mode locks the screen and enables the camera and telemetry system to store each event on an SD card. It is a component of the Performance Data Recorder. This system combines an HD camera along with accelerometers, tire pressure, and tire heat sensors. The video can be played back by almost any device, but Windows users can utilize the Cosworth Performance toolbox to analyze every aspect of the car in incredible detail.
If you like shifting your own gears, the C7 was the first Chevrolet to offer a 7-speed manual transmission. Automatic fans should take note that 2014 was the last year of the 6-speed automatic. It was replaced by an 8-speed automatic in 2015. The 6.2L V8 carries a historic title: LT1. It is the first Chevrolet V8 to offer direct fuel injection and variable valve timing. These advances allow all C7 Corvettes to offer 455 horsepower and 455 lb-ft of torque. Power of this magnitude allows the driver to start in 4th gear and approach 200 mph without shifting. If you shift in an economical manner, you are rewarded with over 25 miles per gallon.
Older Corvettes were assembled from components made around the country. So in order to offer a better car, the C7 is comprised of parts made at the Corvette plant. GM has spent over half a billion dollars renovating the Corvette assembly plant, and this is easily seen in the paint quality, panel fitment, and the satisfaction of custom C7 Corvette owners. If you are looking to buy a C7 Corvette Stingray, you will have more options than ever before. From suspension to seats, leather, and microsuede, no two C7 Vettes are alike. All this can be yours without breaking the bank. A new C7 Corvette MSRP is just over $45,000. This is half the price of cars it competes against.
Once you sign the paperwork on a C7, your main dilemma will be the addiction to driving. It is more powerful, comfortable, and efficient than most daily drivers. Feel free to rack up the miles, because all used C7 Corvette Stingrays are easy to maintain. As long as the oil is changed on time, the C7 Corvette Stingray does not need any other regular maintenance. As always, duPont REGISTRY is the best resource for buying and selling the Chevrolet Corvette, so allow us to help you find the perfect C7 Corvette.