While the new Chevrolet Corvette C8 with a mid-engine layout is in production now, GM’s dealers strive to clear out the old inventory.
The 2019 Corvettes C7 are still available for the U.S. customers, according to GM Authority.
This month, buyers can choose between a $3,250 cashback rebate and a finance offer of 0 percent APR for up to 72 months when borrowing from GM Financial.
These incentives should apply to any 2019 Corvette. Of course, it’s better to check with a certain dealer in each case, as the incentive information can be changed at any time.
Besides, General Motors is offering special vehicle discounts for first responders and healthcare workers who battle against the COVID-19.
Normally the entry-level 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 1LT starts at $56,995, the most expensive is the ZR1 3ZR priced at $131,995 (incl. a $1,095 destination fee). With the discount, the base price lowers to $53,745.
For comparison: the 2020 Chevy Corvette Stingray C8 Coupe has a base price of $59,995 (1LT trim) including destination charge. The 2LT costs $67,295, while the top-level 3LT costs $71,945.