Used 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Pricing


List Price $70,145 - $88,345
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2016 Highlights

For 2016, the Corvette gets a leather-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel, a power-closing trunk (both coupe and convertible) and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration as standard, while higher trims also get front-view parking cameras. Numerous minor trim changes include available two-tone seats and the deletion of the Atlantic and Pacific packages. Additionally, the optional adaptive suspension dampers can now be specified without the Z51 performance package, and a Z06 C7.R Edition joins the fold with race-inspired styling and features.

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Pros

  • Awesome V8 power
  • racetrack-ready braking
  • exceptional handling in Z51 or Z06 trim
  • comfortable highway cruiser
  • high-tech and well-built interior
  • coupe's roomy cargo area
  • remarkable value.

Cons

  • Touchscreen is occasionally unresponsive to inputs and prone to glitches
  • automatic transmission's relatively slow reaction to manual-shifting inputs.

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Used 2016 Chevrolet Corvette for Sale

Chevrolet Corvette 2016 Z06 w/1LZ 2dr Coupe (6.2L 8cyl S/C 7M) Laguna Blue Metallic Tintcoat Jet Black premium leather10,190 miles
Used 2016Chevrolet CorvetteZ06 w/1LZ
List:$64,447
Est.Loan: $1,173/mo
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Chevrolet Corvette 2016 Stingray Z51 w/1LT 2dr Coupe (6.2L 8cyl 7M) Arctic White Jet Black premium leather19,845 miles
Used 2016Chevrolet CorvetteStingray Z51 w/1LT
List:$46,987
Est.Loan: $855/mo
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Fair Deal!
Chevrolet Corvette 2016 Stingray w/1LT 2dr Coupe (6.2L 8cyl 7M) Arctic White Jet Black premium leather6,981 miles
Used 2016Chevrolet CorvetteStingray w/1LT
List:$57,250
Est.Loan: $1,042/mo
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Dealer Notes

Make a mad dash for it. Dishes out solid stopping control. How stimulating is the thought of you blasting down the highway in this blistering 2016 Chevrolet Corvette? This terrific Chevrolet Corvette would look so much better waiting for you in your driveway instead of sitting here idly on our lot. As usual, it's ready...Come and get it! It is nicely equipped.

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Manual or Auto?
I recently traded in my LT1 2015 with 8 speed auto for a 2016 with 7 speed manual. I've always been a manual transmission guy with my sports cars and auto for the family sedans. I bought the automatic believing the paddle shift would simulate the manual experience. After almost two years of driving, I can say that the automatic doesn't deliver the classic sports car "feel." The downshifting is where I mostly notice the difference. The manual transmission Vette is a very different experience. I now feel that I'm really driving the manual Vette, not just putting the car in Drive and aiming it. I do mostly around town driving, so rarely get the car out of fourth gear, so constant shifting is not a hassle. The transmission shifts smoothly once I got used to the stiff clutch and found the correct shift points. So, if you're shopping for a Vette, my advice is to try both transmissions before you buy. FOLLOW UP: Sprang for a 911 since this review. MSRP exactly double the Vette's. And, it is auto--the well engineered "PDK" system by Porsche. This is much closer to a manual than the Vette's, plus the Porsche quality vs Chevrolet build. However, for the money, the Vette is an outstanding value, You won't lose much when it is time to sell a C7 unless you got one loaded with overpriced bells and whistles. Example : Color matching brake calipers for $600. Get real. But the option prices on the 911 are even worse.
Gets Better Every Day!
After a year my Stingray seems to get better with time. It's a blast to drive and now that winter is over, the open air option of the targa top adds to the delight of having it! My wife and I went to the launch for the new Panamera a couple weeks ago. The valet parked us between a 911GT3 and GT4. Very interesting that the dimensions of the cars is very similar. The Vette was one of the few American cars in the lot but it drew lots of attention and rave reviews. On the way home my wife asked if I wanted to trade it for the new Panamera? Absolutely Not! The redesigned Panamera is a great looking car but I'm sticking with the Stingray!
It's another "WARBLER"
Many owners of 2016 Chevrolet Corvettes (some 2015's) are reporting on various internet sites IE: Corvette Forum. Stingray Forum, that their new Corvettes, primarily base models with automatic transmissions produce a 'WARBLE' type noise at exactly 1500 RPM under light throttle load , as when going up a slight grade. I am one of said owners. Go to these internet sites and look up 'WARBLE' and even view the video / audio of the issue / complaint. Currently I understand that owners are invoking the lemon law process; GM 'supposedly' has taken back vehicle (s). Basically there is no proven correction at this time. I too have contacted GM and like many others, I was given a "case number". It's been awhile; GM has been involved deeply; taken cars back in exchange...under pretense of studying them. However; GM IS REMAINING VERY QUIET about this serious issue. WHY ? Dealing with this corporation; their possibly covert approach to this serious matter will make GM owners uncomfortable...if they care to listen. Meanwhile, my C7 Stingray, auto has had the differential changed; a improvement is noted but the "WARBLE" goes on.................. and on.....................!