Yeah my biggest complaint about the Corvette is that it's a chevy. :puke:
After owning a bmw though, I have to say I'm not quite as concerned with chevy ownership, especially under warranty. My M3 was a great car, but I feel like every 6mos or so there was some fault on the screen and some...
If a car is plentiful enough, and your taste isn't too peculiar, you can generally find a car on a lot specced exactly or very near to your ideal spec when there are individual options. E.g., an F150, Mustang Gt, Corvette, etc.
911 is a little harder as there are just so many (too many?)...
C6 interior was a big jump from C5, C7 was a big jump from C6. However the C5 interior was really bad, even for the era.
I expect the C8 interior to be another step nicer, but at the end of the day it's still a Chevy. Even (especially) the nicest Cadillacs can't shake that GM cheesiness...
Yeah you can order a C8 however you want. Unlike Toyota where you have to just take what the distributor gives you. No pricing yet, but likely $58,995 or $59k plus probably $1k-$1,400 destination.
A year+ from now you should be able to order a car and get a discount too.
I would definitely...
I do not!! I am an attorney. Though I did sell cars one summer after high school. Tough work.
Sounds like you're doing great. 8 cars in just a couple weeks is solid work for a new salesman. Put that SPF on and stay hydrated.
Hahahaha, apparently this is a merge of my thread back over a year ago. Pretty ridiculous.
Not sure if all of these have been answered or not.
Base car comes with mechanical LSD. Z51 just upgrades that to an electronically-controlled LSD.
Also FWIW mid-engine puts weight out back so an...
I am #1 at my dealer as of right now. A friend of mine is either #2 or #3.
This car just ticks all of the boxes for me, plus it looks fantastic. Yeaaaah the rear lights are a little camaro / corporate chevyish, but I can get over that-- the rest of the car is so dramatic.
No I don't expect...
Yeah we've gotten a hugely hyped, years-long-drawn out rollout of what will ultimately be a real yawner of a sporty car, designed and produced by another manufacturer.
But it's got that 90s Supra badge and some other nonfunctional styling cues that have been deemed acceptable by various...
I can definitely afford it, question is whether or not my cheap ass will actually make a purchase. I am currently sportscarless and we are selling our house with a double garage for a rental without a garage. :cry::cry::cry:
I feel like as my ability to afford goes up, so do my interests...
M2 comp configurator just came online yesterday. My build was $61,800.
Did an M4 and the build was $71,790. Comp pack M4 $76,540. But I think you can get good discounts on M4s right now.
And yeah an M2 comp officially weighs more than an M4. :crazy:
Even lighter weight, IMO Supra...
I really doubt that most of these tariffs come to fruition, particularly on vehicle imports.
It's all a big Trump negotiation tactic. He's hoping that one by one, countries will cave and lower their tariffs on US goods.
Of course time will tell. Tariffs would suck.
Fake vents, fake canards, fake diffuser, makes you wonder, what else on this car is fake?
I really, really doubt that splitter, the skirts or the ducktail provide any functionality at all either.
I can sort of understand enlarging a functional grille with fake mesh for stylistic purposes...
For real, is this going to be a "reveal" of the camo car?
I'm betting they tease us at goodwood, tease us at pebble, bring their new nascar a few more places, and finally underwhelm us sometime next year with the real deal.