Tag: porsche 911

2015 Corvette Best Mid-Size Sports Car in J.D. Power Survey

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Among all mid-size sports cars, the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette ranked number one in J.D. Power’s APEAL study as the most satisfying vehicle in its category.

  Comments | By - July 23, 2015

OPTIMA Presents Corvette of the Week: Fresh out of the Wrapper

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I find triple-black C7 Corvettes as addictive as cigarettes are to rebellious 14-year-olds. I could look at one of these all day, but as arresting as ATX-C7’s new Corvette may be, that’s not what makes his car Corvette of the Week. This quote makes his car Corvette of the Week: “Coming from a Porsche 911, this car is SO much fun to drive.”

  Comments | By - March 28, 2014

British Mag Autocar Says Corvette Scores a Win over Europe’s Best

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The Corvette’s competitive pricing bodes well for its Euro-market success—but Autocar threw the low-price factor out the window, comparing all the sports cars as though they were the same price. Watch the video to see it go head to head with the best sports cars of Europe.

  Comments | By - February 7, 2014

Chris Harris Makes the C7 Corvette and Porsche 911 Tango on the Track

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So what does a proper car journalist from Britain think of the C7 Corvette? I’ve been waiting for a British review of the C7 ever since August 1, 2004 when Top Gear reviewed the C6 Corvette. The British, as well as journalists from other countries, have always been hard on America’s sports car. Overall, they’ve liked […] More »

  Comments | By - January 29, 2014

Car and Driver Comparo: Stingray Faces Off Against the 911…Again

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In the November issue of Car and Driver, “America’s best” faced off against “Germany’s wurst” and (get ready for this) pummeled the competition.  This is one issue of Car and Driver that is going to stay on my bookshelf for a good long while. The superbly written article begins by acknowledging the “old masters” as two of the […] More »

  Comments | By - October 14, 2013