Hennessey Supercharged 2014 Chevy SS Is A Bargain At $37,99513
Hennessey is one of the more well-known tuning companies for General Motors LS V8 engines, but while the Texas-based tuner is a very popular option among LS-powered performance car owners, even a tame upgrade package from the company can be pricy. That doesn’t mean all Hennessey-tuned cars are expensive, though – as proven by this 2014 Chevy SS sedan currently for sale in Charlotte, NC.
With a very reasonable asking price of $37,995, this supercharged Chevy sport sedan is a lot of car for the money. Its first owner took it to HPE’s shop in Texas for an HPE600 upgrade package, which includes a roots-type supercharger and other associated upgrades, boosting output of the GM 6.2 LS3 V8 engine from 415 horsepower to roughly 600 horsepower. The package also included some minor cosmetic add-ons, including a numbered build plaque, Hennessey floor mats and subtle Hennessey exterior badging.
The Chevy SS was offered with a six-speed manual transmission, which would be extremely fun paired with this powerful supercharged setup, but this car has the paddle-shifted six-speed automatic instead. The Chevy SS also came with Brembo four-wheel disc brakes and Goodyear Eagle F1 tires from the factory, OEM parts that will definitely be appreciated in this car with its extra 185 horsepower.
The previous owner(s) of this vehicle only put 88,316 miles on the odometer, so there’s still lots of life left in it. We think this is a near-perfect vehicle for anyone who wants something like the Chevy Camaro or Corvette but needs the added convenience of a four-door, and with upgrades from Hennessey, it would have no problem keeping up with sports coupes like that between the lights.
More information on this low-mileage supercharged Chevy SS is available via the dealer listing at this link.
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2014 SS $38,000 & Only 88k miles ? I can think of a lot of cars to buy with less miles for $38K
I can’t think of another 2014 car with 600 hp for $38,000. I did an internet search. Did you?
Tell you what I found A 2015 Camaro Z28 for $43k with 27k miles, I’ll lose 95hp to have a better investment for the future and forgo the repair after 12 payments when SS has 100k miles on it you already at $40k out the door, so Whts $3k?
U sir have made a good catch
Wonder at what mileage was the Hennessey Performance package added ? 🤔 88,000 miles on 600 hp vehicle is above my standards, but it all depends if it was for show or track. Still love these SS sedans, but I don’t want to part with my TBSS 😊
I’ll keep my 330 cid black 55 fleetwood, thank you.
2014 SS couldn’t be a 3rd pedal. Auto trans only
Sam also is wrong on…….Brembo 4 wheel disc brakes and Goodyear Eagle F1 tires as OE. The 2014 SS had Brembo brakes on the front only, 2015-17 had front and rear. No Chevy SS ever had Goodyear tires from the factory, all came equipped with Bridgestone REO50A’s.
I didn’t read the rest after the article stated the manual trans being available I quit reading
You can buy a Zo6 with minor mods or bone stock with 30k – 55k miles in the neighborhood 32k – 38k You get 2 doors less, fatter tires, and 6 speed manual. IDK, I think I would choose the Z06…
not a bargain to me can get a get 600 hp at auction for less
I’ve seen an n/a 600 hp PPV Caprice go for less than $20k
I paid 38k for a 2016 Chevy ss with 10060 miles on it when I took delivery. I feel that it was well worth the money I paid and the SS should hold its value very well the next 5 years I’m very happy with my 4 door sports sedan that few cars can get near the fender of with the room like the caprice broughams of old but with 4 times the power. to me the Hennessey package isn’t worth it to me. if I want more power just pull the 6.2 out and put the 7.0 in and tighten up the transmission save about 5k