It wasn’t that long ago when we were wondering what the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray price was going to be, and a few days Ago GM made this information available to us. The best part was the fact that the price increase was less than $2,000, not bad considering you get far more for your money.
However, we also said that because the C7 will be limited to certain dealers for the first few months this could make it hard to get hold off. With this in mind Autoweek now fears there could be a substantial 2014 Corvette Stingray dealer price markup, with prices expected to be $5,000 to $10,000 more than the recommend retail price.
If I were you I would wait a few months before going for a C7, because this is how long these overinflated prices are expected to last, although this will not be the ideal solution if you are eager for one. We also fear that some people will purchase a new Corvette Stingray just so they can flip it and make a quick profit.
Not all dealers will give the C7 such a hefty markup, as there are a few who will sell at sticker price because it is the right thing to do. It seems the lure to make a quick profit will outweigh the need to satisfy their customers, which could damage future relations.
Having said that, this is nothing new because when there is stiffer competition it means it gives some dealers the opportunity to profit out of it, the question is, are you prepared to pay $5000 – $10,000 more than the sticker price for the 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray?