It's a rush to drive. Take your pick, every day car - or - bat out of hell...it's both. For a sports car, this thing gets incredible gas mileage - over 30 on the highway. Not bad for a car that easily blows most others off the road.
Waited 50 years to get a Vette! I feel like I'm in a jet fighter with unbridled power. The power is awesome at almost any RPM. Gets plenty of attention, especially from young kids! Love the feel of control, comfort, power. Drove 1300 miles roundtrip from NJ to SC and not an ache or pain.
Power. Looks. Dash & center console.
Cupholder is useless. Door storage. Louder exhausts! Interior is Chevrolet Blazer, need to upgrade.
This is my first experience with a true
performace car. I've driven Z3's and
other roadsters and they were fun to
drive but this car is serious! In fact
I now wonder if I shouldn't take some
more driving lessons so I can get the
most this car has to offer. Theres
nothing worse than a low performace
driver in a high performance car.
Perfornance! Oh and the heads up
display. Keep your eyes on the road!
As everyone knows the interior could be
better. At this price though you cant
Ive always loved Corvettes. My one and only one before my new one was a 1968 convetible I bought in 1972 while still in the service. They've come a long way! My 2004 is the LeMans Commemorative Edition. The color is what really sold me. I'll never sell this car and when my driving days are over I plan on passing to along to my son and he assures me he will do the same. Hopefully it will become a "family tradition".
The smooth lines and styling. Its just an awesome looking car. It is super quick and a lot of fun to drive.
The seat belt receiver for both driver and passanger is difficult to latch. If it was extended as little as one inch higher it would be a lot easier to use.