C7 Corvette Buyer's Guide | Updated 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand 2 days ago   12:11

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Here is a complete year by year breakdown and buyer's guide for the seventh generation (C7) Corvette! In this video we'll be discussing every model release and yearly changes from 2014 to 2019. Not every minor change or feature will be listed in this video. I'll primarily focus on larger changes and guidelines to help you determine what Corvette suits you best. Please feel free to leave a comment below with any questions or concerns that aren't addressed in the video. Thanks for watching!

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Who's taking advantage of the huge discounts on C7 Corvettes right now? I'd love to pick up a 2018 Grand Sport for Christmas 👌 Thanks for watching!

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Ed Payette
Does anyone know if the 2019 grand sport comes standard with the magnetic suspension?
..just me
This was just what I needed without needing to go over and over lists of stuff on Chevy's website or something, thanks =)
Its too bad they didnt keep the round taillights...would go well with the 4 round tip exhaust out back I think..
I'm thinking about a Z06 2 yrs old so I'll have at least a yrs warranty left.
Anthony Sorrentino
Went with the 2019 Grand sport 2lt. Didn’t want the base & couldn’t afford the Z06 or ZR1.
Thanks for allowing me to get a good overview of the entire C7 lineup to present. I have a 2013 C6 and haven't had a chance to really catch up with the C7 model lineup. Now I feel up to date. I sat in a 2016 Z06 with 2LZ. It's a awesomely advanced super car without the fickle, faceless and uber expensive servicing of a Euro of similar performance. And, like mine at it's inception, it's a fraction of the cost of anything equivalent from Europe. And probably a helluva lot more reliable. I know mine's been extremely reliable after 6 years of nearly constant driving.
Nihad Keso
Does the grand sport and z06 use the same 8 speed tranny?
Chuck Mailhot
Great Video, but listening through 4 commercials during and after...that's getting bad! Do you, as Cars, Costs and Technology allow this?
PGH Maverick
Very good video with a lot of useful info. A couple months ago I was blessed enough to be one of the lucky ones to get one of the 650 Carbon 65 edition Corvettes. In particular mine is a 7 speed manual Grand sport Targa top.
Pety Brown
Great Info, thanks .
Jason Smith
One of the Coolest things about the Z07 Package for Z06 which is never mentioned is that the Engine is Handbuilt and includes a Identification Plate on the Engine with the Builder's Name.
Jt Shergill
Great video

I am trying to find out when did GM started to paint corvettes in the new new paint facility? If you have any info it would be great.
Robert Barber
I chose the corvette sting ray
Kyle Medina
This is fantastic! Never stop making these videos. Online is so hard to differentiate what models and years are what. Thank You
Edysin Simon
The 2019 M.Y. will be the last of the from engine vette. Better get one if ya want one!
Havoc Man
Hey man, learn the difference between "wheelbase" and "track width".
Terry Bruce
I have had 6 Corvettes...starting with a 64 Coup. Loved my 68 Roadster and my 90 Roadster a LOT...and my 2000 was terrific. Now I have the itch again....like the Stingray....question, what is with the black wheels...they look like truck wheels to me...are the chrome wheels the standard or optional? Thanks - Terry Justin, TX
Have you ever heard of the ZF1 option? It looks like you have the Z51 package with bigger tires and spoiler/aero package but that's all you get. It looks good.
Edward Epps
I just recently rented a '17 Stingray, from Enterprise. All black 2LT with chrome 20" rims. That's how I'd speck it out... Within a year and a half...ITS MINE!
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2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand C7 Corvette Buyer's Guide | Updated 2 days ago   21:15

In this episode of Head 2 Head presented by Tire Rack (http://www.tirerack.com ), you’ll experience the closest contest in the show’s recent history. The brand-new Corvette Grand Sport combines the Stingray’s 460hp V-8 with the wide body from the Z06. The refreshed 911 Carrera S uses two turbochargers for the first time, making 420 hp from its rear-mounted flat-six. In execution, these two sports cars couldn’t be more different, and yet, they both offer supercar-slaying performance with a more affordable price tag. They’re both brilliant sports cars, but the big question is whether the Chevy’s outrageous cornering grip is enough to beat the 911’s ludicrous straight-line speed. Motor Trend Senior Features Editors Jason Cammisa and Jonny Lieberman declare a virtual dead heat in this head-to-head—until they’re joined by pro racer Randy Pobst to set a tie-breaking lap time at the Willow Springs Raceway. In fact, our first-ever episode of Head 2 Head was between the previous versions of these cars, and the Corvette got clobbered. Will history repeat itself? Watch and find out.

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