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The corvette is the champion sports car of Chevy’s lineup. It’s been in production for six generations. From its early beginnings in the 1953 GM motorama concept car show, the corvette is now the mainstay for Chevy’s sports car division. When getting Chevrolet Corvette insurance be sure to review the various options that your policy can offer you, and the various discounts and incentives offered by different car companies.
The corvette is one of the pricier sports cars on the market. In addition to paying a relatively high purchase price, unfortunately, you can expect your insurance premiums to be high as well.
There are, however, ways that you can get discounts to insulate you from the high costs of insuring a corvette. Bear in mind that a squeaky clean driving record speaks volumes. On average, if you are less risky to the insurance company, you will see your premiums drop.
Consider changing around certain levels of coverage in your policy. If you trade in your low deductible for a higher one, you will see a considerable drop in your monthly payments.
Bear in mind that you should always shop around for various insurance companies. Don’t stick with the first quote you’re given; that will guarantee that you won’t be given the best rates. Always compare and contrast. Some companies might have deals and incentives that others don’t.
The corvette at its base trim level sports a 6.2 liter V8 engine, while other trim levels allow you to upgrade it to an impressive 7.0 liter V8 engine. The base and Grand Sport trims, two of four, give you the option of getting a convertible.
A great deal of the corvette’s appeal comes from its aggressive styling and performance, but the corvette is also a comfortable car. It also sports an above average fuel economy for having a demanding V8 engine. Starting just above $50,000, the corvette is an excellent choice for the driving enthusiast that wants an all American sports car.
Safety features on cars can also lower insurance rates. You might consider installing some. The corvette has gotten poor safety ratings. Generally, people buying this car aren’t really that interested in its safety ratings, however. Most people that buy this type of car are after its looks, and its high speed capacity. Unfortunately for the driver, this automatically raises the red flags for the insurance company.
You might consider installing anti-theft devices on your corvette. Part of your insurance policy will likely cover comprehensive coverage. These devices can help reduce your monthly payment.
The corvette has won several awards in the past. From 1963 to 1967, Automotive Magazine gave the corvette first place on its “100 Coolest Cars” list. More recently, the corvette was named the “best luxury sports car for the money” by U.S. News & World Report. It has been winning awards since the early 60s.
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