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2010 Chevrolet Corvette Trims

Convertible 1LT

Avg. Price: $39,212

A manually operated convertible top is all that separates you from the sun in the 2010 Chevrolet Corvette Base Convertible. Rolling on 18-inch front and 19-inch rear alloys wrapped in run-flat tires, the Base Convertible is powered by a 6.2-liter V8 mated to a six-speed manual transmission. A limited-slip differential and traction control do babysitting duty, along with an anti-skid system and four-wheel antilock disc brakes. Dual-zone automatic climate controls are the backup for the rag-top, and leather bucket seats keep you in style. The driver’s bucket gets 6-way power, and a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel increases adjustability options. Controls for the cruise and the stereo - an AM/FM/CD/MP3 unit that comes satellite and digital-media-player ready - are found on the steering wheel as well. One year of OnStar is included, along with a center console, floormats, a compass and outside-temperature indicator, illuminated visor mirrors, and an automatically dimming rearview. Heated power mirrors, power windows, and power door locks are all standard, as are remote keyless entry, access, and starting.

Daytime running and foglights are joined by automatic Xenon headlights, intermittent front wipers, and a rear defogger to make sure visibility is never an issue. If all else fails, there are dual front and side airbags to protect you, and a theft-deterrent system to protect your, ahem, “investment.”

Convertible 2LT

Avg. Price: $40,029

Convertible 3LT

Avg. Price: $41,238

Convertible 4LT

1 national listing

Coupe 1LT

Avg. Price: $35,089

Even the 2010 Chevrolet Corvette Base motivates well with its 6.2-liter V8 engine, kept in check via a six-speed manual transmission along with a limited-slip differential and traction control. Antilock four-wheel disc brakes sit behind the 18-inch front and 19-inch rear alloy wheels, ready to slow things down assisted by an anti-skid system. Occupants are held in place during cornering by leather bucket seats, of which the driver’s gets 6-way power. Dual-zone automatic climate controls are standard, and a body-colored removable roof panel provides the option of sunshine on cold heads for the hatchback. Leather also covers the tilt-steering wheel, which has controls for the satellite and digital-media-ready CD and MP3 player as well as the cruise control. OnStar is included with one year of service. Power features include heated power mirrors, power windows and door locks, remote keyless entry, access, and starting, automatic Xenon headlights, and an automatically dimming rearview. A tachometer, outside temperature indicator, compass, and center console are included for convenience, along with illuminated visor mirrors, floormats, intermittent wipers, and a rear defogger. Daytime running and foglights are included, along with additional safety features such as dual front and side airbags, run-flat tires, and a theft-deterrent system.

Coupe 2LT

Avg. Price: $37,039

Coupe 3LT

Avg. Price: $36,900

Coupe 4LT

2 national listings
Avg. Price: $40,029

Grand Sport 1LT

2 national listings
Avg. Price: $40,764

The newest trim for the Corvette, one not seen in the lineup since the mid-'90s, offers several upgrades over the Base. The 2010 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport comes with the same 6.2-liter V8, but with additional heavy-duty engine cooling and specific gear and axle ratios, depending on which six-speed transmission you select. The 18-inch front and 19-inch rear alloys are both wider, and the four-wheel antilock disc brakes have been upgraded as well. Traction control and a limited-slip differential are aided by an anti-skid system to make sure things don’t get out of hand. The suspension has been upgraded as well, so cornering will be just as exciting as accelerating.

And you’ll do it in comfort with leather bucket seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, and an AM/FM/CD and MP3 player that is both satellite-ready and comes with a digital-media-player connection. In order to help find a good driving position, the leather-wrapped steering wheel tilts, and the driver’s seat is a 6-way power unit. Cruise control is standard, as are power windows, doors, and remote keyless entry, access, and start. A tachometer, compass, and outside temperature indicator are also supplied for the driver’s convenience, as well as a center console, floormats, and one year of OnStar.

Outside you’ll find foglights, daytime running lights, and automatic Xenon headlights, a body-colored removable roof panel, a unique body kit, intermittent wipers, and a rear defogger. Heated power mirrors are also included, as well as illuminated visor mirrors, run-flat tires, and several safety features like dual front and side airbags and a theft-deterrent system.

Grand Sport 2LT

7 national listings
Avg. Price: $44,782

Grand Sport 3LT

Avg. Price: $42,470

Grand Sport 4LT

Avg. Price: $45,260

Grand Sport Convertible 1LT

4 national listings
Avg. Price: $46,003

With its manually operated convertible top and unique body kit, people will be sure to recognize the Grand Sport Convertible. Powered by a 6.2-liter V8, it comes with your choice of a six-speed manual or automatic transmission, which will come with accompanying gear and axle ratios, depending. The Grand Sport Convertible also comes with additional engine cooling, wider 18-inch front and 19-inch rear alloy wheels, and upgraded antilock four-wheel disc brakes. To make sure those wheels stay planted, they’ve been wrapped in run-flat tires, and the Grand Sport Convertible also comes with traction control, a limited-slip differential, and anti-skid, not to mention a sport suspension.

The GS Convertible offers as much comfort as performance with leather bucket seats, dual-zone automatic climate controls, and a list of power features that include heated mirrors, windows, doors, and remote keyless access, entry, and start. The driver’s bucket has 6-way power and a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel offers controls for the AM/FM/CD/MP3 player and cruise. The stereo is satellite-ready and has a digital-media-player connection. One year of OnStar is included. A tachometer, compass, outside-temperature indicator, center console, and floormats are standard, as are illuminated visor mirrors.

You won’t lack illumination with foglights, daytime running lights, and automatic Xenon headlights all standard, not to mention intermittent front wipers. Dual-front and side airbags and a theft-deterrent system complete the list of standard safety features.

Grand Sport Convertible 2LT

Avg. Price: $44,644

Grand Sport Convertible 3LT

Avg. Price: $47,353

Grand Sport Convertible 4LT

Avg. Price: $48,813

Z06 1LZ

3 national listings
Avg. Price: $51,471

The 7.0-liter V8 in the 2010 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 improves on the already impressive acceleration of the Base and Grand Sport trims, with its additional engine cooling, more-aggressive gear and axle ratios, traction control, and limited-slip differential. A sport suspension and unique exterior styling distinguish this from other trims, with 18-inch front and 19-inch rear alloys wrapped in run-flat tires, automatic Xenon headlights, daytime running lights, foglights, and a fixed roof panel.

The driver enjoys a 6-way power leather bucket seat, a tilt leather-wrapped steering wheel with controls for the satellite and digital-media-player-ready CD/MP3 player and cruise, a tachometer, and customizable head-up display. Power windows and door locks are joined by remote keyless entry, access, and start, and an automatically dimming rearview comes with a compass and outside-temperature indicator. Heated power mirrors, a center console, and floormats are also standard. Intermittent front wipers and a rear defogger keep things clear.

Four-wheel antilock disc brakes are upgraded over the Base trim, and join safety features such as anti-skid, dual front and side airbags, and a theft-deterrent system.

Z06 2LZ

1 national listing
Avg. Price: $54,364

Z06 3LZ

Avg. Price: $54,352

ZR1 1ZR

Avg. Price: $78,605

With a supercharged 6.2-liter V8, you won’t be wanting for power in the Corvette ZR1, and its more-aggressive gear and axle ratios make sure you'll get full use of it, depending on which six-speed transmission you choose. Several features are added to make that power of use, like traction control, a limited-slip differential, and the widest tires available on a Corvette for the 18-inch front and 19-inch rear alloys, all wrapped in run-flat tires. The ZR1 also gets a performance suspension that includes Chevy’s Magnetic Selective Ride Control.

Automatic Xenon headlights, daytime running lights, and foglights provide plenty of illumination, and intermittent front wipers and a rear defogger keep the view clear from the inside. Illuminated visor mirrors, an automatically dimming rearview, and heated power side mirrors should take up the rest of the slack. Power windows and door locks are standard, along with remote keyless entry, access, and start. Look to leather bucket seats for comfort, including a 6-way power driver’s seat. Additional adjustment comes in the form of a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel that includes controls for the cruise and the satellite-ready CD and MP3 player, which comes with a digital-media-player connection.

The driver also enjoys a tachometer, compass, outside-temperature indicator, and customizable head-up display. Upgraded four-wheel antilock disc brakes provide stopping power, and additional safety features include an anti-skid system, theft-deterrent system, and dual front and side airbags.

ZR1 3ZR

Avg. Price: $80,168