MSRP on this one with Navi and the competition grey wheels was 70,465.00 and we sold it to the lucky buyer for 76,500.00 which for this car is a good price considering the market is demanding 8-10 over for them. There are allocations spots being sold on ebay right now for 15-20k to get yourself a spot at a dealership to buy one at MSRP!
Damn that car looks gorgeous. I don't care what stigma Corvette owners have, shit I'd get one. Easy mods like intake, headers, and exhaust will get you high hp figures and lots of fun. Top end and road racing. It's a dual personality car Chevy's brought out. It's simply AMAZING.
I wish it was min. If you read my intro we had gotten it at the dealership. 4 miles are from me :bigthumb: As everyone know these cars are hard to get and the dealership I work at only earns an allocation for one a year. We had an opportunity to buy one from another dealership that wanted to also get rid of 21 other cars in their inventory so we bought all 22 total cars.(around $700k+) Next year this gives us another allocation so we can get two next year.
The car was not supposed to have any miles on it but had 256 on when it came into the dealership. The gentleman buying it was told upfront before any deal was made that those were the miles. He was ok with it.
It was sold as an untitled vehicle on the manufacture's MSO.
I am a finance Manager/Sales manager of a Chevrolet dealership. And two months ago I was a Finance Director at our Toyota dealership. I switched to the chevy dealer to learn the sales managers roles as to someday, hopefully soon, become a GSM of a dealership in our company. Trying to reach the next level.