2012 Chevrolet Corvette Values

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2012 model year changes View changes +

The 2012 Corvette is mostly the same as 2011's model, but a few optional items changed. A series of colored brake rotors is now offered. A new ZR1-style spoiler is available on non-ZR1 Corvettes. The 2LT and 3LT packages now include navigation and Bose audio as well as a heads-up display. A new Chevrolet Centennial Special Edition includes magnetic ride control, red calipers, ebony interior, special black and red wheels and a special Carbon Flash metallic paint. The Z06 lost the Carbon Special Edition, and on the ZR1, a new High Performance Package includes black cup-style wheels, 6-speed close-ratio transmission and black spoiler.

Competitive comparison View advantages +

Classic American sports car; excellent performance even in base trim; world-class supercar value

Special features for 2012 View special features +

The Corvette comes with no less than 430 horsepower, even in base trim. And while the Corvette will never be mistaken for an economy car, it does get a surprising 26 mpg on the highway when equipped with the 6-speed manual transmission. The Corvette's true value comes in its race-tuned engine and handling, its sexy curves, and in its grins per mile. All this comes at an entry price of just under $50,000--a terrific performance bargain.


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