GM raises prices Corvette Stingray

GM raises prices Corvette Stingray

GM raised prices of the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, since March 1, citing high demand by model.

The values ??increased $ 2,000 for the coupe and convertible versions, since the Z51 package, which brings electronic differential, larger brakes at the front wheels and tires Michelin Pilot Super Sport, now costs U.S. $ 4,000, an increase of $ 1,200. The Stingray model is now available for U.S. $ 53,995, while the open-top version goes for $ 58,995.

The public relations expert of the Corvette and Camaro models, Monte Doran said the reason for the increase are many requests by Stingray, especially with the Z51 package, because according to him, exceeded all initial expectations. Also according to GM, buyers and traders who ordered the car before the increase will not be affected.

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