Chevy Corvette Discount Non-Existent In July 202216
In July 2022, a Chevy Corvette discount is non-existent as are any incentives on “America’s sports car.” However, the 2023 Corvette Stingray online configurator tool is now live.
Chevrolet Corvette Incentives
There are no Chevy Corvette discount offers during the month of July, and no special financing or lease incentives either. The 2023 Corvette Stingray online visualizer allows prospective buyers to choose their preferred trim level, body style, exterior and interior colors and options and features. Once the process is complete, the user can view a full pricing breakdown for their preferred build and also request a price quote from a local dealership for the vehicle.
Chevrolet Corvette Pricing
For reference, here are 2022 Chevy Corvette trim levels and corresponding starting MSRPs, $1,395 destination freight charge included:
- 1LT – $65,595
- 2LT – $72,895
- 3LT – $77,545
- 1LT – $73,095
- 2LT – $79,895
- 3LT – $84,545
The 2020 Chevy Corvette represented a complete overhaul (re-engineering and redesign) of the sports car, and marks the first model year for the eighth generation of the Corvette nameplate. The Chevy Corvette C8 was the Bow Tie brand’s first-ever production mid-engine sports car, and is the first Corvette model to have the engine behind the cabin since its inception in 1953. The Corvette C8 Stingray was the debut model.
Power in the 2023 Corvette Stingray comes from the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 LT2 gasoline engine, which is rated at 490 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque. GM introduced minor changes to the Corvette Stingray for the 2023 model year.
The most significant was the introduction of the new 70th Anniversary Edition package. Other changes applied to the mid-engine sports car for the 2023 model year include the deletion of the Sky Cool Gray/Strike Yellow interior color and the addition of new optional Black Exhaust Tips. The 2023 model year also sees the introduction of the high-performance 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06, and GM has just released pricing details. The Z06 will enter production in September.
We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and their incentives in question, but errors and misprints can happen. In addition, the manufacturer can change incentive information at any time and without notice. Always consult with your dealer regarding color availability information before making purchase decisions. GM Authority is not responsible for any omissions, misprints, or any other errors.
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Americas sports car? From the company that didn’t celebrate Independence Day publicly….
Kind of a sh1t time to celebrate freedom when there is a lack there of…
Hey, but they did celebrate Juneteenth and Gay Pride week
Where is the UAW leaders speaking out at this, thought they fought the good fight for all things american.
What are you babbling about? The UAW included their holiday schedule for 2022. It did include July 4th. Woke? Nonsense.
If past history is an indication of any future Corvette incentives, it’s fair to assume something will happen.
I wouldn’t hold my breath with people waiting over a year to get one and people calling dealers 3000 miles away trying to find one. Right now our waiting list for a Z06 is 4 to 5 years.
At least your post was on topic unlike the others, not sure why they bothered.
Spoken like a true salesman. It’s not sustainable to expect the masses to pay MSRP and beyond. My advice to you is to enjoy it while you can. Suggest you pay very close attention to economic tea leaves. It doesn’t take an MBA.
For what it’s worth, the TRULY wealthy are among the first to cut back as a recession approaches. Don’t believe it ?
I recently took delivery of my 2022 C8 Corvette. I paid MSRP and no funny dealer charges either. Zero percent interest, and no monthly payments with 100 percent down. Good planning and a great dealership I’d say.
I also had a great dealer and paid for it 100% before even seeing my 22 C8 HTC 2Lt. You would have thought that individuals as you and I and others willing to pay 100% before delivery we (and others) would have been offered a discount. But I also expected to see more safety features included in $80,000.00 vehicles that come standard in other vehicles! Yes I’ve seen negative comments about safety features on this site but the comments are from individuals who think they are above needing or wanting safety features that do save lives and many near miss accidents. Tomg
I think that GM and the Dealerships are going to “kill the goose that laid the golden egg” with the price above
MRP by the dealer ships and the new price increase on the ZO6. At one local dealership I saw a bare bones Sting Ray
LT1 marked up 30K over MSRP by the dealer ship. I have owned 4 Corvettes over the years and do not expect to ever be able to have another. I have been priced right out of the market.
Anyone want to buy my Z06 spot on list?
Send $50, 000. To the wire listed below
What exists is a long wait and large markups.
C’mon. With waiting lists and dealer markups what they are…. there being no incentives is not really a surprise. Besides, I don’t think there has ever been an incentive or discount for the C8. Get real.
So, does anyone think that you have to have “incentives” to buy a new C8? GM certainly doesn’t and same goes for the Chevy dealers. Incentives are a thing of the past at most dealers, foreign or domestic due to an economy that has now been sent right to “hell in a handbasket” by our current Washington Administration. To those who don’t see the current economy going downhill, you are either so rich that it just doesn’t matter or…you are on the “inside” of this current administration and you are being well taken care of. I cannot see the reasoning behind even running such an article, sort of a waste of time and I guess what this has done is to get folks who frequent this site (like me) to write in with either a positive or negative response.
So I guess putting something so obvious in this column does have it’s points, but seriously, anyone even thinking that any Chevy dealer would sell a new C8 at a “discount rate” is delusional, and to those who’ve actually attained their new C8 at “MSRP” should consider themselves very lucky indeed, enjoy your new Corvette and a be happy with your good fortune.
To those of us living in areas (say, Southern California for instance) where the Chevy dealers are pretty smug about not offering discounts on “ANYTHING CURRENTLY ON THEIR LOTS”, we’ve grown to expect very little in the way of any kind of a discount or incentive system here, it’s just “the nature of things”. I guess as long as they can sell vehicles at above MSRP then they’ll continue to do so, and until people actually stop buying their products in protest, the dealers will continue to find creative ways of putting more money in their wallets at the expense of the customers. Such is life, eh?
Perhaps you should study a chart of the GDP for the last five years to determine which administration sent the ecconomy “right to “hell in a handbasket””.
You can still get a C8 for MSRP (plus the standard dealer fees and taxes), you just have to order it and wait.