Earlier this week we reported that GM is improving its military discount program to allow active servicemen and women to access a wider range of GM products at discounted prices. But we did not inform you that the ever-popular and oh-so-desirable 2014 Corvette C7 Stingray will be exempt from the program.
As it stands, demand for the new Corvette is huge, and Chevy has chosen to leave it out of the discount program. When you consider that demand is so high that some customers have paid up to $20,000 on top of the retail price to get a new C7 in their driveway, the move is not all that surprising.
However, military members shouldn’t fret. There are plenty vehicles in the GM stable that are available with a great deal, with more info and a full list of military pricing being available here.