Chevrolet Is Offering Some Very Enticing Corvette Discounts

The upcoming mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette may be the talk of the supercar world right now but, the C7 model is still a serious performer. With that in mind, Chevrolet is now offering the C7 with a range of discounts, making it all the more enticing.

Cars Direct notes that various Chevy dealerships have new 2017, 2018, and 2019 C7 Corvettes looking for homes. In a bid to shift unwanted 2017 and 2018 models, the two are eligible for Flex Cash.

Flex Cash is an incentive that allows for discounting that varies from dealer to dealer. For the 2017 Corvette, the incentive is worth up to $8,000 while for the 2018 Corvette, it can total up to $6,000. In addition to this, the 2017 Corvette is being offered with a $2017 bonus which can be combined with a 4.9 per cent APR for up to 60 months.

As it stands, 2019 model year Corvettes aren’t available with any discounts. However, once more deliveries start, some discounts are likely. Furthermore, when the C8 Corvette arrives, particularly generous discounts may become available for C7s, including for the potent ZR1.

In fact, in the past 12 months alone, a multitude of discounts have been announced for select Corvette models.

In April 2017, Chevrolet was offering a $5,000 discount on all Corvettes purchased with the optional Brembo carbon ceramic brakes. The following month, a 10 per cent discount was offered across the C7 range. To end the year, Taco Bell employees could purchase a Corvette Grand Sport for $4,382 under the usual sticker price.

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  • ediotsavant

    Did they fix the maximum 15 minutes track time?

    • Bo Hanan

      Probably not. Its sad that after all these years GM (and Ford w/ GT350) haven’t figured out how to build a track car that can handle the track. The Viper didn’t have these issues.

    • DMax

      Only the Z06 has overheating issues. Grand Sport is solid.


    No thanks. First Corvette I’m getting is a C5 then I’ll work my way up.

    • baofe

      cool story bro
      – circa 2005

      • LWOAP

        Well at least it will be cheap to get one.

      • eb110americana

        Also on LWOAP’s side, even with its steel chassis, a C5 weighs around 3,200 lbs, 3,100 lbs. for the Z06 or a FRC. The aluminum C7 Stingray is 3,350 at its lightest, and 3,450 with just the Z51 handling package. You can always add more power or better suspension, but stripping that kind of weight out is tough without turning something into a racecar shell.

  • SteersUright

    Not a huge vote of confidence, also demonstrates how little these cost GM to produce and explains the hideously low-rent interior and build quality for a sports car in this price bracket. I wouldn’t be surprised to see good negotiators getting up to $15-$20k off of MSRP. I regularly see Grandsports and Z06’s advertised with just about that much knocked off.
    Personally I think the C7 is a great looking car overall. I just cant get over how inferior and cheap it feels inside whenever I climb into one, something on par with the Nissan Z, a BRZ, a. Mustang and worse than even their own Camaro.


    • antbee

      Management, more than likely, MICHGO… LOL! You crack me up!


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