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Average User Score
4.8 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 43 reviews
2006 Chevrolet Corvette Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 43 reviews
The 2006 Corvette is a picture of power, speed, and beauty. The Z06 can achieve over 500 horsepower with its LS7 7.0L Gen IV V8 engine, while the standard model does not disappoint with its LS2 6.0L V8. However, the Corvette takes care of its driver and passenger by doing more than just offering a thrilling ride; the console wraps itself around the driver, providing easy reach to its state-of-the-art technology.
While the Corvette probably will not win any awards for gas economy, the LS7 delivers surprising speed and acceleration for a reasonable gas cost: the automatic gets 18 city/25 highway, while the manual offers 19/28.
The C6 was a long-awaited release after Corvette racing won many matchups with its storied Z06. Finally, the elegant muscle car is delivered.
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Chevrolet Corvette Questions
Where Do I Put The Front License Plate On My C-6 Corvette When There Is No ...
I just purchased a used 2006 Corvette and notice that there is no place to attatch the front license plate. My state requires two plates on every vehicle. How do other Corvette owners deal with this...
Corvette Seat Back Has Excessive Play
My 2006 Corvette Coupe seems to have excessive seat-back play--like maybe 6 inches. Both the driver and passenger seat-backs are affected. This doesn't seem right to me. Is this normal for a C-6 Ve...
Excessive Play In C-6 Vette's Seat-back
I asked this question a few weeks ago and got only one response. The seat-backs on my 2006 Corvette Coupe don't seem to lock into a vertical position and I don't want to drive the car with the seats ...
2006 Corvette Air Bag Light Is On??
Time To Take The Vette Out For A Cruise
i have a 06 vette convertible stick, i would like increase the horse power and sound with out breaking the bank, any suggestions