I don't remember Corvette ever being eligible for any of the incentives GM
has ever offered. I guess when it's one of their truly profitable
platforms, they don't feel they need to get rid of them cheap. :(
If they charge MSRP consistently it might not be a bad thing. Depends on
what kind of residual value the Vete will have after three to four years.
If it maintains it's value as well as a BMW, might be better off leasing one
every few years??
give Monica a call at maxie price Chevy in Georgia. Hard to beat her prices
anywhere inthe U.S. or send an email to her at
I bought my '04 last year with several incentives and 0% financing.
I bought my Le Mans Blue Met C6 for $44,22.00 at Munday Chevy in
Houston, I ordered it on Mar 12 and it came in on Apr 14th and even at
that time GM was offering a $1000.00 Rebate. So while they are not
offering the Employee discount on the vette, I still think they are
not selling as good as they claim they are, or a good as they thought
they would. the Sticker on my Baby was around $51,300.00
just my 2 cents
Wow, that's really good. Looks like you got it below invoice. I'm just
looking at the basic model and about the only option I might want is a
automatic (not decided). I'm taking my time an looking around hoping they
will come down. I live in Corpus Christi and could drive to Houston to pick
up a new Vette. :-) Maybe I'll drip an email to Monday Chevy and see what
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