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Old 03-12-2019, 12:31 PM
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2017 Corvette Z06 2LZ clean carfax 6,270 miles for $67,995

What is yalls opinion on price? I'm new to the Z06 but from my research seems reasonable but that is why I'm here.

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Seems a bit high. But I'm sure they are asking that so they can settle for $65k.
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That's not too high for a starting point for negotiations to begin with. I think it could be bought for 60 to 62K. Make an offer and see. If they say no, walk away. Go back a few days later. There are lots of Z06's available these days.
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Old 03-12-2019, 03:53 PM
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That's not too high for a starting point for negotiations to begin with. I think it could be bought for 60 to 62K. Make an offer and see. If they say no, walk away. Go back a few days later. There are lots of Z06's available these days.
That was their "no haggle price". LOL

They are offering $39k for my 2016 Corvette 1LT, NPP, PDR, Nav, Mag ride, Z51 spoiler, Z51 tires and rims with 24k miles. Not sure how I feel about that. 😐

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And what is the KBB and NADA price? If you are comfortable with the price, then go ahead and enjoy the new ride.

Good luck...
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This thread is completely above my pay grade, but just spitballin' around on Carmax website, https://www.carmax.com/cars/chevrole...year=2016-2017

They have almost the exact cars participating here, for about these prices +/- a couple grand.
And that is to be taken with whatever valuation you give them for their pricing. I find they rip you off on the trade-in, but you can score un-driven Corvettes for cheap on their lot.
They will even tell you, if you want the best price for your trade, go sell it on your own and come back.

Good trading!
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Originally Posted by BRISLS1 View Post
This thread is completely above my pay grade, but just spitballin' around on Carmax website, https://www.carmax.com/cars/chevrole...year=2016-2017

They have almost the exact cars participating here, for about these prices +/- a couple grand.
And that is to be taken with whatever valuation you give them for their pricing. I find they rip you off on the trade-in, but you can score un-driven Corvettes for cheap on their lot.
They will even tell you, if you want the best price for your trade, go sell it on your own and come back.

Good trading!
Thanks, I'm in no hurry so I'm going to keep searching for the best deal I can find.
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Originally Posted by Cmud View Post
2017 Corvette Z06 2LZ clean carfax 6,270 miles for $67,995

What is yalls opinion on price? I'm new to the Z06 but from my research seems reasonable but that is why I'm here.

Scott
what was sticker on this caró90ish?

Its probably a decent deal. If the car is immaculate with no curb rash on the wheels and no scratch or marks on the paint.

If you are concerned about money. Find a low mileage c6z for under 35k maybe even high twenties and fix the heads. Itís probably a better long term keeper , faster and will be a much more satisfying experience with the NA 427 versus the supercharged lunk of a motor that the LT4 is. Have had both. The c7z is a complicated pig.
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Mr. Gizmo....how dare you!
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Old 03-12-2019, 10:11 PM
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I spent a few hundred dollars less less than that last May for a well optioned 17 1LZ with 2,500 miles. I think they are close but probably just a little high. Like others said, it's a decent starting point but if it's truly no haggle you can likely do better.
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Old 03-12-2019, 10:32 PM
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Just paid $79K for a 2019 Sebring Orange 2LZ, M7, with black calipers, dual roof and competition seats. Lots of new inventory, so 20% OFF is coming. $62K or walk.
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Without additional info a 2LZ Z is a low-mid $80s MSRP. Asking price represents around 20% off...as others have said this is a good target % for a new in stock car with the right incentives.

Get the original MSRP and shoot for minimum of 30% off.
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Old 03-13-2019, 10:47 AM
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I was in the market recently and that seems high to me. It depends on the options and how long it's been sitting in their lot but I think you should be able to do low 60s for that car. Weirdly enough used car pricing hasn't really moved that much despite weak demand for new Z06s, so if it's a Carmax or some other no-haggle operation they're probably pricing it relative to other list prices and not necessarily pricing it at the point where it would actually be a good deal.

Three data points:

1) Local dealer had a CPO 2016 3LZ listed at $67K, I test drove the car, told them I wasn't ready to make a decision, but they still tried to offer me $57K to take the car that day. No a firm commitment of course and they could have tried to milk my trade in to make that price work, but suggested pretty weak demand in my area which tends to have inflated pricing relative to the rest of the country (SoCal). It was a 2-owner car with higher mileage so not really directly comparable to yours, but still an idea of the discrepancy between list and potential sell prices.

2) Another local dealer had a new 2019 3LZ with an MSRP of almost $96K listed for $11K under that. Didn't really get into negotiations but based on the numbers the sales manager was throwing out I'm pretty confident I could have gotten them to do $80K.

3) I ultimately bought a new 2018 2LZ listed at $87K for a bit under $70K. My original budget was for $60K for a used 2016-2017 Z06 with under 10K miles, so it was a no brainer to pay <$10K more for a brand new car.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Gizmo View Post
what was sticker on this caró90ish?

Its probably a decent deal. If the car is immaculate with no curb rash on the wheels and no scratch or marks on the paint.

If you are concerned about money. Find a low mileage c6z for under 35k maybe even high twenties and fix the heads. Itís probably a better long term keeper , faster and will be a much more satisfying experience with the NA 427 versus the supercharged lunk of a motor that the LT4 is. Have had both. The c7z is a complicated pig.
Why don't you just get rid of that piece of junk C7 ZO6 you have? All you do is bitch about it.
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Old 03-13-2019, 08:54 PM
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Originally Posted by tertiumquid View Post
Why don't you just get rid of that piece of junk C7 ZO6 you have? All you do is bitch about it.
Hey turtleterd, these c7zís are all created equal. I am thinking Iíll hang on to it. These c7zís are so fugly they might become cool and worth zillions. This rendition of the corvette has an aura to it like a Pontiac aZtec or an amc pacer or gremlin.

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Old 03-13-2019, 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr. Gizmo View Post
Hey turtleterd, these c7zís are all created equal. I am thinking Iíll hang on to it. These c7zís are so fugly they might become cool and worth zillions. This rendition of the corvette has an aura to it like a Pontiac aZtec or an amc pacer or gremlin.
You must have a lot of fun on Facebook, too, what with the juvenile name-calling. Grow up.
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Old 03-13-2019, 10:09 PM
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Originally Posted by tertiumquid View Post
You must have a lot of fun on Facebook, too, what with the juvenile name-calling. Grow up.
never been on Facebook.
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Old 03-13-2019, 10:23 PM
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Originally Posted by tertiumquid View Post
Why don't you just get rid of that piece of junk C7 ZO6 you have? All you do is bitch about it.
His wife wonít let him.
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Old 03-13-2019, 10:26 PM
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His wife wonít let him.
thats the truth! She likes ugly Betty and thinks itís fashionable.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Gizmo View Post
never been on Facebook.
You act like it. It's full of people who think they're masters of witty comments and clever satire and idiotic name-calling. Others just like being the dog-in-the-manger type. Most forum commenters seem to think you're a damned fool. What do you get out of the constant grumbling in the bulk of your posts? Just curious.
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