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2000 Chevrolet Corvette Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 29 reviews
The 2000 Chevrolet Corvette offers, at a great value, the balance of speed, style and power one has come to expect of this American sports car.
The C5 group maintains its standard 2-seat, fiberglass body in three styles: coupe, convertible and hardtop, all with the beauty and style necessary to attract attention on the road. The emphasis here is on performance, an improvement over the C4 generation's: active control brakes, Z51 suspension and optional 3-mode adjustable shock-absorption controls guarantee a smooth ride and precise handling.
Features are adjustable by car, and though some auto-shifters may find the extra precautions irritating, if only in principle, none interferes with the high quality of driving offered by the C5. The car responds with extraordinary precision and handles sharp curves, bumpy roads and high speeds with equal comfort. Supported by a 345-hp, 5.7-liter V8 engine and 350 lb-ft of torque, this car goes from 0 to 60 mph in less than 5 seconds.
Consumers consistently applaud the 2000 Corvette for its performance (acceleration and handling), great styling (inside and out), improved comfort level over the C4 (1984-1996) and overall bang for the buck. Many feel this car offers all the performance of more-expensive sports cars (Porsche 911, etc.) for far less money.
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Grinding Noise After The Head Lights Shut Off
When the head lights are shut off and they do go down like they should. There is a grinding noise like a motor trying to do something, after the lights are down what is this