by c84y on Oct 26, 2010 Vehicle: 1994 Chevrolet Corvette 2dr Convertible
i've owned 3 corvettes prior to the purchase of my 1994 convertible after owning 2-1984 & 1-1999 corvette hardtop i was looking for a drop top for a while thinking Porsche or Mercedes might be good for a change but after numerous test drives i have to say that none of these "high end" sports cars don't even come close to the corvette build quality, handling & performance cant say enough about these cars,you have to drive one to understand
by burkey on Mar 1, 2007 Vehicle: 1994 Chevrolet Corvette 2dr Convertible
What a great car. I owned a '79 Stingray and that was a tin can on wheels compared to the features in this one! It's like sitting in a cockpit. The seat hugs your body and everything is in arms reach. You sit inches above the ground and hug every corner. I have the covertible with the hardtop and the Greenwood ground effects kit. Turns heads everywhere you go. Very dependable and great performance. Just a great American car !
by cape fear wildcats on Aug 21, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Chevrolet Corvette 2dr Convertible
I love my corvette almost as much as my black lab. I have driven it on the
myrtle beach stand and the blue ridge parkway and it felt GREATTTTT!
I often drive by some kids or they see my car at a stoplight and the jaws just
drop, and out comes a shreik from the kids that scares their mommy to
death, they think my car is so cool.II used it in the high school homecoming
parade and next thing ya know me and my car are on the high school web
site escorting the freshman princess. I also love the corvette wave you
give/get from others who know what I know about driving such a supreme
Passenger airbag is added. Traction control is standard. A new steering wheel and redesigned seats are added inside. Leather upholstery is standard. Automatic transmission gets electronic shift controls and brake/transmission shift interlock. Convertible gets glass rear window with defogger. ZR-1 has new five-spoke alloys. Power windows gain express-down feature for driver side. Selective Ride Control system has softer springs.