engine

  Standard
Size 6.2L V8 430HP
Torque 576 Nm
Fuel Type Premium unleaded
Fuel Capacity 68 L
City Fuel Economy 12.9 L/100 km
Highway Fuel Economy 7.7 L/100 km

drivetrain

Header Transmission Manual
Transmission Number of speeds 6
Drivetrain Driven Wheels Rear-wheel
  Locking Hubs -

safety features

Lane Departure Lane Departure Warning -
Traction Control Yes
Tire Pressure Monitor Tire Pressure Monitoring System Tire specific
Stability Control Yes
Child Door Lock Child safety locks -
Parking Sensors Exterior Parking Camera -
Air Bags Driver Airbag Yes
  Head airbags -
  Knee Airbag -
  Passenger Airbag Yes

exterior

Fog Lights Front fog lights Front fog/driving lights
  Rear fog lights -
Speed Sensing / Variable Speed Wipers Intermittent -
  Rain sensing -
  Speed sensitive -
Spoiler Rear spoiler -
Sun / Moon / Panoramic Roof Sunroof Manual composite
  Rear sunroof -
  Extended sunroof -
  3rd Row Sunroof -
Running Boards Running Boards -
Heated Mirrors Heated driver mirror Heated
  Heated passenger mirror Heated
Remote / Auto Vehicle Entry Push bu-function remote -

INTERIOR

Telematics Navigation System -
Audio System Premium Brand -
  Radio SiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite
  Memory Card Slot -
  Digital Audio Input Yes
Seats Upholstery Leather
Driver Seat Power adjustments 6
  Manual adjustments -
Passenger Seat Power adjustments -
  Manual adjustments -

comfort & convenience

Air Conditioning Front air conditioning Automatic
  Rear air conditioning -
Remote Starter Multi-function remote Trunk/hatch/door/tailgate
Auto Up / Down Windows Power windows Yes
  One-touch windows 2
Steering Steering wheel Tilt-adjustable
Keyless Ignition Keyless Ignition Doors and ignition
Cruise Control (Standard / Radar Controlled) Yes
Bluetooth wireless phone connectivity Bluetooth
Auto Dimming Rearview Mirrors Auto-dimming mirrors Electrochromatic, driver only

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Road Test: Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51 Coupe 2014

by Jim Robinson | Mar. 26th, 2014

Metroland Media for Wheels.ca Enough of winter! It’s time to think about spring and what better way than a 2014 Corvette Z51 Stingray Coupe in Velocity Yellow Tintcoat and a seven-speed rev matching manual transmission. I’ve been saving this road test since last November because the Farmers’ Almanac predicted a hard winter. So if you’re [...]

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Insider Report: Corvette rescued from sinkhole rumbles to life

by Gary Grant | Mar. 4th, 2014

Wheels.ca readers may recall that last week a 40′ (12 meter) sinkhole opened up in the floor of the National Corvette Museum, swallowing 8 Corvettes that were on display. Corvette fans all over the internet stayed glued to Facebook yesterday afternoon as NCM Insurance Agency posted photos of the cars as they are carefully extracted. [...]

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Insider Report at the Detroit auto show: Top moments from Day One

by Gary Grant | Jan. 14th, 2014

Formally known as the North American International Auto Show, the Detroit show is the first big auto show of the year and for years was considered one of the most important shows on the circuit. While the L.A. show has overshadowed Detroit in recent years, the Motor City show is still a great barometer of [...]

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Preview: 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

by Jim Kenzie | Aug. 16th, 2013

Same raw power but with loads of improvements

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by Wheels | May. 31st, 2013

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GM planning to build entry-level Corvette: sources

by Reuters | Mar. 18th, 2013

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2013 Toronto Auto Show: Modern-day muscle makes comeback

by Lesley Wimbush | Feb. 19th, 2013

To those of a certain vintage, the term “muscle car” will always refer to those legendary vehicles from the late 1960s to the early ’70s. Big, bellowing and brawny, the traditional muscle car was a straight-line bludgeon, gloriously lacking in refinement and nose-heavy with the gigantic big-block mill contained within. Thanks to prodigious leaps in [...]

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2005-11 Chevrolet Corvette: It’s noisy and thirsty, but who cares?

by Mark Toljagic | Jul. 27th, 2012

The C6 appeared to be a renovation, not a revolution. To the layperson, all that had really changed was the retractable headlights had been replaced by fixed Xenon lamps.

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Best 2009 sports/performance (over $50,000)

by Jim Kenzie | Oct. 19th, 2009

BEST: Chevrolet Corvette

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