The new 2005 Corvette is an unbelievable sports car in terms of performance and beauty. After checking out its 2005 German nemesis, I found the Corvette to be more powerful, more advanced in both interior and exterior design, and more fun to drive. Maintenance is minimal. Make no mistake, the 2005 Corvette is a premium sports car. In addition, the Corvette is designed to provide ample seating room for both driver and passenger. Luggage room is great for cross-country trips. If you decide to buy one, be prepared to watch other people bend their necks and put up their thumbs as you pass-by. You will look for excuses to drive your new Corvette.
Driver Information Center provides automated maintenance schedule. 6.0 liter displacement in 400 horse power aluminum engine provides acceleration of 0 to 60 mph in 4.2 sec. Corvette is lower and shorter than its German nemesis. The engineering of the Corvette surpases its European competitors
Recommend a compact version of the Corvette which could be driven in Europe. Love the sound of the exhaust, recommend Corvette make the rumble louder.
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