Used 2009 Chevrolet Corvette Pricing


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2009 Highlights

The big news this year is the late introduction of the Corvette ZR1, which boasts a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 producing 638 horsepower. It's the most powerful (and expensive) road-going Corvette ever. The rest of the Corvette lineup heads into 2009 with just minor changes, the most significant of which is the availability of Bluetooth phone connectivity.

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Pros

  • Exotic-car performance for real-world money, daily-driver functionality, surprisingly respectable fuel economy.

Cons

  • Not as nimble and communicative as some competitors, interior lacks pizzazz, Z06 and ZR1 look too much like the standard Corvette.

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Used 2009 Chevrolet Corvette for Sale

Chevrolet Corvette 2009 2dr Coupe (6.2L 8cyl 6M) Cyber Gray Metallic Red premium leather46,092 miles
Used 2009Chevrolet CorvetteBase
List:$27,303
Est.Loan: $497/mo
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***WE OFFER MANY FINANCING OPTIONS WITH INTEREST AS LOW AS 2.99% FOR WELL QUALIFIED CUSTOMERS*** Here at SMH Auto Sales, we help people find the vehicle of their Dreams. Don't risk buying cars from places that don't care about their customers, it could leave you stuck on the side of the road, with No Help, No Warranty, and No Money... The Customer ALWAYS comes first. Many of our vehicles still have their original Factory Warranty on them, and when that's not enough, we also have other warranty companies ready to assist you in any way they can. Ranging from a 3 Month Warranty, to a 4 Year National Warranty, they are here to make your life easier, and safer. We make sure our cars are reconditioned perfectly, going above and beyond MD state standards for our customer's satisfaction. All vehicles go through a rigorous 128 point MD inspection process. Our goal is to turn a used car into a pre-owned vehicle. Now that you know about us, Stop by sometime. We are more than happy to assist you in any way we can. THESE INTERNET PRICES ARE BASED ON A 1 TIME PAYMENT WHICH WOULD INCLUDE CASH, CASHIER CHECK, OR CERTIFIED FUNDS FROM A BANK. PRICES EXCLUDES TAX, TAGS, DOC FEE, FINANCE FEES, AND A $695 DEALER PREP FEE. While every reasonable effort was made to ensure all the information is correct, we are not responsible for any mistakes made on this ad. All information was based off a VIN search.

Chevrolet Corvette 2009 2dr Convertible (6.2L 8cyl 6M) Victory Red Red premium leather26,000 miles
Used 2009Chevrolet CorvetteBase
List:$28,998
Est.Loan: $528/mo
Chevrolet Corvette 2009 Z06 2dr Coupe (7.0L 8cyl 6M) Cyber Gray Metallic Ebony premium leather79,460 miles
Used 2009Chevrolet CorvetteZ06
List:$31,998
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My first Vette, worth the wait
I'm 38 and this is my first Vette. I've loved Vettes since I saw the old C3's back in the 70s, and finally bought an 09 Coupe last year, I've had it for almost a year now, with no problems whatsoever. I'm worried about when its time to buy new tires! Yikes! $1-2K, but I love the fact that I can take this car anywhere (ritzy neighborhood, fancy restaurant, meeting new people, clients, friends) and it is immediately accepted and welcomed, usually they are impressed and jealous! And of course you always get a few looks wherever you go. I bought the LT1 because I just wanted to have a Vette, didn't need all the cool features, although it would be nice. I get about 20 mpg, not bad.
Scary fast, manual Z-51, NPP
If you are looking for super car performance under 55k this is the right car. The sound of the exhaust with the NPP exhaust mode it's awesome. The car is willing to be launched and almost begging you to do it at every light. I like to launch the car when passengers don't expect it, they get scared lol! My wife's sunglasses came out flying out of her head one time. I got the z-51 manual and it is awkward at low speeds, awful to be driven in traffic. If you are getting a vette because of the looks only, get an automatic. A vette is a first class sports car so for me a manual gear box is the only proper option until they come up with some kind of real double clutch flappy paddles like Ferrari.
'09 Cyber Gray Z-51 6speed
What a toy! But only a toy...On the roads in the Northeast,especially after this winter, the roadways are more of an obstacle course. With Z-51 package, the ride can be jarring at times. The front airdam is way too low, but chaulk it up as an expendable item that can be replaced without big effort or bucks. I don't see reliability being an issue, as I've spoken with numerous of owners who have lots of seat time in their Vette with very encouraging feedback. Certain cunsumer magazines aren't consistant or accurate in their assessment of this car. It is fast, fun, iconic and efficient. I've had GTO's, Cobra's and a Grand Sport GSX. At age 57, I have the best of them all plus, plus plus