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Corvette Today Podcast: TONS OF NEWS THIS WEEK

We've been doing Corvette news & headlines podcasts on CORVETTE TODAY since September 2020. I don't remember ever doing a news & headlines podcast with this much critical information packed into one podcast! This is a "must listen" to podcast. Here are a few of the topics covered in this episode....

1. Chevrolet confirms the introduction this Fall of the 2023 C8 Z06 with a new video release-and it sounds like a Ferrari
2. Corvette dominates sales in Q2 2021
3. Chevy dealerships have received their first 2022 C8 allocations
4. Callaway looks ahead to 2022 and the Callaway C8 Corvette
5. Right-hand drive C8 is revealed at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK
6. New GT-3 spec C8.R expected in 2024
7. California will start failing cars with tuned ECU’s during smog checks
8. The National Corvette Museum delivers their 14,000th Corvette
9. A couple exchanges wedding vows before taking delivery of their C8 at the NCM
10. "Life in the Fast Lane" by The Eagles is a story of cocaine and a fast Corvette
11. Sigala Designs shows off a completed widebody kit for the C8
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Leasing 2020 corvette?

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  • Leasing 2020 corvette?

    Just curious will anyone be leasing this car? Since some of us want to get the next upgrade version

  • #2
    I don't know about others but I take my fun cars personal and when you lease one they just aren't that personal. Though, I do understand your concern if it is a short term relationship. Not really sure if dealers are handling leases on these cars due to the demand in buying them. hat may be a question you could ask one of the larger dealers. Smaller dealers seem to be scrambling to decide what and who and how much they are going to be SELLING the for. May be more money in just selling their allotment than leasing a car.


    • #3 local dealership is selling for MSRP. I just need to find out about if GM will offer a lease on them


      • #4
        The leases will not make sense on these cars. There will be no discounts and the money factor will be high.

        These cars will hold their value relatively well at least at first. There is no reason to lease them. Just don’t go crazy with the options and buy it with a low interest rate thanks to the Fed decreasing the interest rate over the next 6 months.


        • #5
          Subvented leases make sense for cars and trucks the manufacturers are looking to move.

          thats when you pay about 36 percent of the msrp versus 54 percent over the usual 3 year lease.

          as suggested by MPG ...better to purchase a lightly optioned z51 c8 and just sell in 29 or 39 months..

          your cost will minimal in comparison to leasing.

          For a private sale and not a business purchase makes more sense especially in the first year.

          even at the end of the c7 the lease deals weren't that good.