Some dealers are offering $2,000 discounts on non-Z51 Stingrays.
But we haven't heard of any discounts on Z51s – until now.
Of course, as usual, there is a catch.
You may have seen the 2014 Stingray Premiere Edition Coupe that was recently driven through the window of a dealer’s showroom.
Well, here’s your chance to own it at a significantly reduced price, if a pending deal hasn’t already been consummated.
74 Auto in Cape Girardeau, Missouri – which bills itself as “one of the largest repairable vehicle dealers in the United States” – is offering the fully loaded Stingray for just $67,900 – down some $8,100 from the MSRP of $76,000.
But you will have to pay to have the Stingray’s damaged front end and windshield repaired. You would think that wouldn’t cost $8,100, though.
So if you don’t mind having a Stingray that’s already been partially repainted, this might be the car for you – especially since it has just 167 miles clicked on the odometer.
One Internet site we saw predicted that the Premiere Edition could possibly turn into a highly collectible car in the future, so this could be a way to increase your potential payoff in years to come.
Only 500 of the Laguna Blue Premiere Editions are being built. ll will feature the Z51 Performance Package and Magnetic Selective Ride Control, the variable tuned Performance Exhaust system and the visibile carbon fiber roof. Other accessories include the Black “Stinger” hood graphic, 19/20″ Chrome Wheels, Stingray interior sill plates and wheel caps and of course the five-piece custom Corvette-branded luggage.