2015 Chevrolet Corvette Values

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2015 model year changes

After its debut last year, Chevrolet has tweaked the Corvette and improved on it, all while adding a monster at the very top of the lineup. The Corvette Z06 is available for 2015, with a supercharged version of the already very potent 6.2L V8 found in the more pedestrian Stingray. New refinements across the lineup for 2015 include an 8-speed automatic transmission, built in Wi-Fi hotspot technology, an available performance data logger and a couple of new design packages.

Competitive comparison

World-class performance; unmistakable design; improved interior; advanced handling dynamics; impressive fuel economy; convertible option; incredible value

Special features for 2015

The Chevrolet Corvette has always been a performance bargain, and the latest iteration is no exception. With a base MSRP of $54,000, it offers world-class performance and handling at half the price of sports cars from Europe. Even more impressive, the 2015 Corvette delivers amazing fuel economy for a 455-horsepower car, with an EPA-estimated 29 mpg on the highway.
It’s not a Corvette you are buying any longer, “Stingray” is once again synonymous with the namesake of this car. Large sports tires, insane grip, impressively smooth handling and a redesigned interior and exterior that will make you salivate are just the tip of the iceberg. New sports-inspired seats grip your butt when aggressive driving and lead-foot-syndrome set in (upgradable to performance enhanced seats). Two different trim levels are offered with three different sub-trims. Standard 18” wheels in the front and 19” wheels in the rear create the roadster design you know and love about the Corvette. Decadent options that come standard include things like the powered soft-top, keyless entry and ignition, power front seats, 8” touchscreen with Bluetooth and the MyLink electronics interface as well as USB jacks and iPod inputs. The nine-speaker Bose sound system delivers punchy sound that easily can complement a nice Sunday drive. Of course, when considering a Corvette, it’s all about the engine. The standard 6.2 liter rear-wheel-drive V8 produces 455 horses at a whopping 460 pound-feet of torque with a six-speed automatic or a seven-speed manual. The gorgeous and sleek exterior is assuredly going to turn heads. Just make sure that the heads you are turning are not waiting by the side of the road with a radar gun to nab you with a fat speeding ticket.