2012 Chevrolet CorvetteKen Brewer - Katy, TX03/02/2016
Really fun car to drive, fantastic value. Good size cargo area surprisingly. Will get decent fuel mileage with a light throttle foot (cruise is often 25-29mpg indicated at highway speeds). Will haul a kiddo in forward facing car seat or booster (keep eye on airbag off light, and read manual to be safe). Pretty darned fast if you have a heavy foot, be careful and smart with it! Keep racing at tracks designed for it please. Ride is firm for good handling but not so much to beat you up over long distances. Eats up miles, great tourer.
Love my 2009 Corvette - 6 Speed Manual!
2009 Chevrolet CorvetteNorm Oshiro - Cerritos, CA10/25/2016
Beautiful, very powerful, love to shift through the 6 speed gear box, love love love the acceleration and engine/exhaust sounds, after a nice ride it feels great to think of tomorrow and getting back in for the next ride, nice to get unsolicited waves and nods from fellow corvette owners (older or newer), and not a single mechanical issue or problem in the 4,000 miles I've already driven it in just 5 months.
A car that I wish that I had bought many years ago!!!
2004 Chevrolet CorvetteHugh - San Diego, CA01/09/2015
The yellow convertible is beautiful and a real pleasure to drive. The price was very reasonable and I expect it to hold its value well. It is fun to drive both around town and on the freeway. If you ever dreamed of owning a roadster, do not wait until you are old like me - go for it now. There are older Corvettes that have been their owner's pride and joy and are very well maintained and available at a reasonable price.
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