Corvette z51pkg

Asked by Jan 21, 2016 at 03:10 PM about the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51 3LT Coupe RWD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

What does the z51 package add to the retail cost of a corvette on the lot? Ie:
for a 2015 model.

2 Answers


Below is a list of pricing and options for the 2015 Corvette Stingray: Corvette NON Z51 Coupe $53,000*  Corvette Z51 Coupe $58,000*  Corvette NON Z51 Convertible $58,000*  Corvette Z51 Convertible $63,000* 


New car options normally is where most dealers make their money. When you trade in your car with all the bells and whistles, they maybe give a stiffen of alliance over one without. They then jack up the price to resell it because it has options. This is wiggle room is for price negations. Air conditioning, which now is almost standard, will up the price of a new car about $1,000 or more. $100 is taken off if you don't have it. $500 is added to a newer used car because it has it. So look for a price on a 2015 basic Corvette, and that is what you should start your negations at, if not lower. Fast selling cars like a Corvette, may not have a wide window for negations though. So if you want it, keep harping on a lower price, but if you leave to come back later, it may be gone. If you save $2,000 off the asking price, that may come to $20 off you monthly payments.

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