The 2007 Chevrolet Corvette is an American legend, the descendent of the first sports car produced in this country and a worthy descendent at that. With the trademark Corvette powerhouse engine and a better price tag than other cars in the prestige class, the Corvette remains a coveted winner on all levels.
For an MSRP of $44,170 you can put yourself behind the wheel of a two-door Corvette coupe powered by a six liter, sixteen valve V8. The same engine drives the convertible at a price of $52,510. The Z06 two-door coupe moves up to a seven liter, sixteen valve V8 and goes for $69,175. Each of these vehicles is equipped with RWD.
A six-speed transmission is standard across the line. The coupe and the convertible have painted aluminum wheels with five spokes measuring 18″ x 8.5″ in the front and 19″ x 10″ to the rear. Look for ten-spoke aluminum on the Z06 at 18″ x 9.5″ front and 19″ x 10″ rear. Your other wheel options are five spokes in a range of finished aluminum including polished, chrome, or competition gray.
Engineers considered visibility in all driving conditions, outfitting the 2007 Chevolet Corvettes with fog lamps with halogen bulbs and running lamps for daytime use. Both the driver and the passenger are fully covered by airbag protection. Other standard features include air, a console for storage, cruise control, defoggers on the rear windows, access via a remote, and a start button. Both Bose audio and XM Satellite radio are optional over the included seven-speaker AM/FM combo with CD/MP3 capability.