2002 Chevrolet Corvette 2dr Convertible (5.7L 8cyl 4A)
The Corvette Convertible offers a level of technology, performance, style and substance that extends far beyond its price tag. While some technofiles might blab for hours about the Corvette's engine datasheet shortcomings, such as a lack of multiple valves and varible valve timing, on the road, where it counts, the LS1 shows that even OHV engines benefit from high tech in the form of never-ending power, 33mpg range and bullet-proof quality.
Good looks on the outside. The best gauge cluster on the market inside. Although seats and interior fit disappointing.
Gauge Cluster, Head Up Display, Active Handling with Competitive Mode, Great Trunk Space.
Interior materials (some accents of aluminum?) Better seats desperately needed. Dealer Service Network needs to be significantly better trained to provide much higher quality technical and customer service. Dealer Service trouble is top complaint among Corvette owners.
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