The 2018 Chevrolet Corvette Gets a Tiny Price Hike
There are rumors that the current Chevrolet Corvette lineup could soon be joined by the new ZR1 and maybe even a mid-engine variant, but it seems likely that neither of those will arrive for the 2018 model year. In other words, there don’t seem to be any major changes coming for the 2018 model year, but there is still a very minor price hike for the new Corvettes.
2018 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Pricing
The 2018 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray coupe in its base 1LT form starts at $56,490, which is $45 higher than the 2017 Corvette Stingray 1LT. The 2018 Corvette Stingray coupe in 2LT starts at $60,945 and the 3LT package starts at $66,235. As was the case for 2017, the Z51 Performance Package adds $5,000 to the price of each of those trimlines and in every case – the 2018 Corvette Stingray coupe is $45 more than its 2017 counterpart.
The 2018 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible in 1LT form starts at $60,490, 2LT starts at $64,495 and 3LT starts at $70,235 while each of those trimlines with the Z51 Performance Package is fitted with a $5,000 upcharge for the go-fast parts. All of these prices are $45 more than the 2017 Corvette Stingray convertible prices.
2018 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Pricing
The 2018 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport coupe in 1LT trim starts at $66,490, 2LT starts at $70,945 and 3LT starts at $76,235 while the 2018 Corvette Grand Sport convertible starts at $70,490 (1LT), $74,945 (2LT) and $80,235 (3LT). Each of those prices are $45 higher than the comparable 2017 Corvette.
2018 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Pricing
Finally, the 2018 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 pricing starts at $80,490 for the coupe and $84,490 for the convertible. The Z06 coupe in 2LZ form starts at $84,055 and the 3LZ starts at $89,435 while the Z06 coupe in 2LZ trim starts at $88,055 and the priciest 2018 Corvette – the Z06 3LZ convertible – starts at $93,435.
Like the 2018 Corvette Stingray and Grand Sport, each of the Z06 prices are exactly $45 more than the 2017 pricing, so while the new Corvette technically costs more in every form – the price increase is small enough that no buyers are going to think twice about paying that extra money for a new Chevy sports car.