Chevy Corvette Discount Non-Existent In October 202218
In October 2022, any Chevy Corvette discount or incentive continues to be non-existent on “America’s sports car.” Below, check out details on the 2023 Chevy Corvette Stingray and 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06.
Chevrolet Corvette Incentives
There are no Chevy Corvette discount offers during the month of October, and no special financing or lease incentives either. The 2023 Corvette Stingray is available to order via the online configurator tool which 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.
GM began taking orders for the new 2023 Corvette Z06 in August, but since Z06 production is heavily constrained due to supplier-related issues, the 2023 model-year Z06 is no longer available to order.
Chevrolet Corvette Pricing
For reference, here are 2023 Chevy Corvette trim levels and corresponding starting MSRPs, $1,395 destination freight charge included:
- 1LT – $65,895
- 2LT – $73,195
- 3LT – $77,845
- 1LT – $73,395
- 2LT – $80,195
- 3LT – $84,845
- 1LZ – $106,695
- 2LZ – $115,895
- 3LZ – $120,545
- 1LZ – $114,195
- 2LZ – $122,895
- 3LZ – $127,545
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.
The 2023 Chevy Corvette Stingray arrives as the fourth model year of the eighth-generation sports car, introducing only a few small changes and updates as compared to the preceding 2022 model year. One of those is the introduction of the new Stealth Interior Trim Package. 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.
For 2023, the Corvette Stingray receives a small price increase, with pricing increasing yet another $300 for nearly all Chevy models for a three-year Remote Access plan that now comes as standard.
The 2023 Corvette Stingray entered production at the GM Bowling Green plant in Kentucky on May 23rd, 2022.
The biggest news for the 2023 model year is the debut of the track-focused 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06 late last year with a long list of updates and changes over the Stingray. Chief among them is the new race-bred, naturally aspirated, dual-overhead cam 5.5L V8 LT6 gasoline engine. Output is rated at 670 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque, while the flat-plane crank powerplant redline revs to 8,600 rpm, making the Corvette C8 Z06 the world’s most powerful naturally aspirated V8 production car. The 2023 Corvette Z06 boasts a top speed of 195 mph in base form and 188 mph with the downforce-heavy Z07 Performance Package, and outperforms the three previous generation Z06’s on the track.
The 2023 Corvette Z06 also arrives with the new 70th Anniversary Edition package. A total of three trim levels are available for the Z06, listed from bottom to top as 1LZ, 2LZ, and 3LZ, with all three trims available in either a Coupe or Convertible body style.
Production of the 2023 Corvette Z06 began at the GM Bowling Green plant on September 19th, 2022.
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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Discounts and deals will only start when all dealers has them sitting on lots with no buyers. Right now it looks like that will never happen again, at least in my life time.
Incentive,they can’t even produce the orders they have and to stop ordering the z06 for 2023 is a travesty to would be buyer’s. I believe gm is doing this to again raise the prices for the 24 model year!!They delayed introducing the z06 from to September to only limit production.Where is there production annalists and supply people.They knew in May they couldn’t build enough z06’s so they strung everyone along until September to announce that they can only build 285 units.It’s a real disappointment and disgrace on gm’s production people.🥵
We own a 2020 Corvette, and we were on the list for the new 2022 Z06, and when the dealer called us to come in to pick the options, allot of them were not available, but our MSRP was at $156,000 and then the dealer told us that the price would be $100,000 extra over the MSRP because they only were allotted (4) Z06, and we needed to deposit $120,000 right then to continue the order and they have no idea when the Z06 would arrive. I wrote Mary Barra a long email about this whole incident, and I never heard back from her. We have $500,000 worth of Chevy trucks in our driveway now, in addition to the 2020 Corvette, so is this what GM calls loyalty?? Steve
I was told by my dealer that would not take my order for a Z06. I have a 2015 Z06 and a 2020 C-8 in my garage now. The dealer told me that they will order a Z06 and when it arrives I am welcome to come in and bid on the car.
The bidding will start at $100,000.00 over MSRP.
She needs to make a stand like Ford CEO,
He will cut dealers off of the EV vehicles if he see
Them charging over MSRP. People must be a complete idiot to buy one over $100,000 sticker.
People STOP buying them, money speaks and if you don’t pay it, they will get stuck with them and the price will fall.
People think the president is responsible for inflation, how about putting them blame on Car dealerships, oil companies, drug companies Etc.
She dont have the balls to do that !!! Dont really care for my dealer any more after he told me it was 30000 over sticker for a regular stingray and telling me WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS !! …BS
Ridiculous and greed!!
Any word on when the rear park assist will be sent to dealers for cars purchased with out it?
Why would anyone expect a discount on cars they aren’t even making? Since they aren’t building cars anymore, it doesn’t matter what the price is. When dealers can/do get away with double or triple the MSRP on the few cars they get, volume is a thing of the past.
The year is 2022 and GM stopped taking Z06 orders for 2023. That means you will not be able to order a Z06 until 2024 ordering begins which most likely be August or September of 2023. The waiting list is so long GM will not be able to fill all the orders for 2024 so will it roll over to 2025? The E-Ray and Zora are supposed to be introduced in 2024 and 2025. Since GM’s strategy is EV’s I think 2024 will be the last year for the Z06. I am on the waiting list for a Z06 but will never see one, and I am not paying over MSRP to get one. I am not interested in the E-Ray but maybe in the Zora depending on the design and specs. With all the hype and marketing expense GM spent on the Z06 and they can’t deliver is very disappointing, to say the least.
Hate to say it Vince Brown, but really, what a waste of digital “paper” to author the absolute obvious! Surely you have other material of significant interest? Cheers!
Editors tells the staff the stories to write. If a staff writer does create an article, it is still up to the editor to approve it, not Vince. This similar article is written each month.
It’s the same with most jobs, do what your boss and company wants you to do and do it the best you can.
Does Mary Barra ever read emails to her or comments posted here? She should have a very large group to screen everything coming her way?
Do you think that she cares about the insignificant number of Corvettes or any other gm cars that are made or the prices dealers are charging for them? All gm cares about now is the EV market, monkey-see monkey-do. I sure hope that someone still makes “ice” cars so we will have something to drive when all the chargers are 10 deep waiting on an all night refill.
my 2lt 2021,
mag ride 1895
front lift 1995
total sticker 76,095
base 1lt that year was 60,995. after 2020 was 59,995.
I am thinking that was a pretty good deal and getting one today would cost me a bit more.
and all my features are there, rear park assist, apple carplay, nothing was constrained.
Honestly I’m driving a 2021 C8 3LT Coupe. 0 to 60 in 2.8 seconds, the Z06 2.6 seconds, full fuel C8 will get over 400 miles on a tank, a Z06 about 225. C8 is the most amazing car after 15000 miles. You’ll only know when your able to drive it. The C8 is the most comfortable car I’ve ever driven. Loaded coupe MSRP with every option 88,000. Forget Z06 it’s really not worth it.
I gave up on dreaming on a z06 and put a deposit on a c8 .
Bob Stall Chevrolet in San diego sells the c8 stingray for MSRP
2K deposit and take about 12 months
Just imagine that the whole Z06 talk has been something out of the marvels multi-universe movie. It’s not real, we are all in a dream… manipulated and hypnotized by TV – Videos and social media.. The fantasy of out dueling cars 200k higher prices.