So far absolutely no cons. As expected great acceleration, handling and braking. Good electronics however missing lane change warning which is pretty much standard on most new vehicles. The front camera (2lt) is a great feature helping to avoid pulling in too close to a curb with it's very long and low front end. The different driving modes are a lot of fun.I was pleasantly surprised with the exceptional gas mileage in touring and eco mode. Well worth the price for a true American sports car.
A bit pricey but the 2LT does give you everything you need/want in a comfortable/capable race car. It is NOT a sports car like a miata or bmw, 370Z, Mustang GT... and not a muscle car (Challenger, etc.) this is a Race car and it feels all of it. Those other cars cannot compete nor compare. A year later, still love the car, absolutely no problems with any system. Looking to replace the tires this year (pricey) but expected that. Remains a Very comfortable to drive and a Very nimble car.
Shoppers be ware - I purchased my 2017 Grand Sport, Black Rose (color) in July 2017 with 15 miles on odometer from a reputable dealer in Michigan. I drove it back to Virginia, pleased as punch! On August 31st after 900 miles, my Grand Sport is in the shop with transmission problems. The vehicle suddenly would not shift gears when parked (park to reverse). Had to be put on a rollback and take to a local Chevy/GM dealer. So far they are telling me it is not the TCM, Looking at sensors now. . . It is Labor Day Weekend . .. really wanted to be out and about with my local vette club . .. sitting at home trying to find out how many other 2017s have had this issue and thinking to myself, I just wasted $70,000. Took me 22 years to save up and make this purchase. The degree of disappointment and disbelief is indescribable. Feedback and advice is most welcome.