Chevy Corvette Discount Non-Existent In April 202315
In April 2023, any Chevy Corvette discount or incentive continues to be unavailable on “America’s sports car.” Below, check out details on the 2023 Chevy Corvette Stingray, 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06, and upcoming 2024 Chevy Corvette E-Ray.
Chevrolet Corvette Incentives
There are no Chevy Corvette discount offers during the month of April, 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, as well as 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 Chevy Corvette Z06 last August, but since Z06 production is heavily constrained due to supplier-related issues, the 2023 model-year Z06 was initially no longer available to order in September. However, GM announced that it accepted new dealer orders afterwards. The online configurator tool is live for the 2023 Corvette Z06.
GM is taking orders at dealers for the all-new 2024 Chevy Corvette E-Ray. The visualizer is live as well for the 2024 Corvette E-Ray.
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 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. Power in the 2023 Corvette Stingray comes from the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 LT2 gasoline engine.
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 with a long list of changes and updates over the Stingray. Chief among them is the new race-bred, naturally aspirated, dual-overhead cam, flat-plane crank powerplant – the 5.5L V8 LT6 gasoline engine. The 2023 Corvette Z06 also arrives with the new 70th Anniversary Edition package.
Production of the 2023 Corvette Z06 began at the GM Bowling Green plant on September 19th, 2022.
At the beginning of the year, GM debuted the first-ever 2024 Chevy Corvette E-Ray, featuring the naturally aspirated LT2 from the C8 Stingray mated to an electric motor mounted up front. The E-Ray is also the first-ever production Corvette equipped with front-wheel drive.
Pricing for the 2024 Corvette E-Ray was announced in January, with a starting MSRP of $104,295, which includes the $1,395 destination freight charge (DFC).
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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- Sweepstakes Of The Month: Win a 2023 Corvette Z06 Convertible. Details here.
LOL, who really expects a discount on a new Corvette? Unless of course, when Mary starts building them with the 2.7 liter turbos!
I used the Build and Price sent it to 7 dealers not one would provide a price that way insisting I come to the dealership even though they had zero in stock. Salesmen want you in their office so the upsell can begin I went to finch and asked to sit in the sales mgrs demo for 30 seconds and he refused,
Maybe you should think about this from the dealer perspective. Right now you’re calling around to any number of dealers looking for the best deal. You expect them to drop everything for you and give you a low price. If you’re not willing to make more of an effort, why should they?
If you’re serious about buying, go visit a dealer. Start a conversation. Highly likely they’ll be far more willing to work with you. Otherwise you’re just playing a game that they’re not interested in playing.
Bingo! Dealers have a line up around the block and a three year wait list for a C8. Go to your local store, build a relationship and don’t be a tool box. This is how you get the car you want, the service you deserve and a fair deal.
Why would GM offer a discount on any vehicle that cannot be built fast enough and are sold out before they are built?
That red leather interior looks good. I had a red interior (vinyl) in a 67 Mustang back in the day.
I hope there’s a huge price increase like Chrysler did on Hellcats. If Hellcats could do it and still be sold out then why not C8 following the same trend.
GM really screwed up on the Z06 here is a car that they hyped to the moon and they can’t build them because they don’t have the parts. It’s funny other dealers are building their cars but gm can’t get it done blaming their contractors boo hoo gm should have had a plan B but this is what happens when you put woke people in key positions, just look at Budweiser and Nike “nuff said
First off “dealers” don’t build cars, auto makers do, and they’re all struggling with getting parts. I own an auto parts business and can tell you that parts availability is an industry wide problem. It doesn’t help that the Corvette is a low volume, niche vehicle. Parts suppliers are geared up to mass produce parts. Chevrolet sells as many Silverado’s in a month, as they do Corvettes in a year, making it much more important for a supplier to make 300,000 switches for a Silverado, before making 30,000 switches for a Corvette.
I find it funny how many people on here seem to think GM is delaying orders on purpose, or that they’re not doing everything they can to get parts and deliver cars. GM is in business to make money, and they’re not making money when half finished cars are sitting in a lot waiting for parts, or when existing orders are going unbuilt.
Waiting for a year for your car to be built is BULL SH&$
Well I was able to scrape up enough cash to buy my C8 convertible outright but it would have been cool to maybe get a veteran or disabled veteran incentive or discount. I ain’t complaining though! I bought a used 69 Corvette when I first joined the military and I vowed I’d buy a new ‘Vette before The Big Guy called me home! Mission accomplished!
Since GM won’t do it, I/we will Thank You for your service.
Thanks for your service!!
Thank you for the privilege to serve! If I wasn’t an old geezer I’d do it all over again!
always said people at cadillac do not care just want to be paid