6.2 Liter V8
LIKE NEW C6, 8,580 MILES, 6.2L LS3, 430 HP, AUTO, STOCK, LOADED, BLACK-ON-BLACK!
If the new C7 is a little too "out there" and you've always hoped to score a clean C6 with an affordable price tag, then this 2009 Corvette coupe has a lot to offer. Loaded with just about every available option and with a miniscule 8580 original miles, it's probably the one to own if you like the C6 look.
Very few Corvettes are purchased new to become daily drivers; they're all someone's lifelong dream and they live in heated garages until the weather is just right to go out and play. That's certainly the case Basic black looks spectacular on the sleek C6 Corvette bodywork and if it's attention you crave, this car will still deliver by the truckload. By 2009, they pretty much had the Corvette factory in Bowling Green, Kentucky dialed-in, and the cars coming out of there have been extremely high quality for many years, because those guys take a lot of pride in building America's finest sports car. This one has doors that fit well, excellent gaps, and paint that looks like it belongs on a far more expensive car. Even the nose hasn't been sandblasted by gravel or scraped on steep driveways, and while the tires are fairly sticky, the rocker panels look great. There's just no way this Corvette looks seven years old, a testament to the car it has received since it was new.
The Corvette guys got with the program after years of automotive writers complaining about the low-rent passenger compartments. With upgraded leather and sophisticated textures, this Corvette interior looks expensive and upscale and the seats are supportive and comfortable without being confining. A technological tour-de-force, this Corvette carries just about every option GM could throw at it, including the 3LT package (which offers a heads-up display, Bose audio system, power telescoping steering wheel, and dual power heated seats), navigation system, perforated leather seating surfaces, a back-up camera, and iPod connectivity. The top comes off, which is pretty close to the convertible driving experience, except you get to keep the giant trunk, where the top will store neatly while you're cruising. It's all in excellent condition with minimal wear and you'll never get tired of watching the gauges do their dance every time you key it up.
Remember when the ZR-1 had 405 horsepower and it was astounding? Well, this 2009 C6 pulls 430 horsepower from its LS3 V8 and that's how it came from the factory, complete with a warranty. The LS-series of engines are quite modification-friendly, but this Corvette remains completely stock, right down to the air cleaner, and quite honestly, are you really going to use more than 430 horsepower on your commute to work? With bulletproof reliability and a very tractable nature, this car is equally happy trundling through rush-hour traffic or hammering the corners at the next open track day. There's a lot of black plastic under the hood, but it makes the engine bay look orderly and clean, and with proper maintenance it'll run practically forever. The 6-speed automatic transmission always seems to be in the right gear, and with a towering overdrive, this Corvette pulls down remarkable fuel economy on the open road. Powerful disc brakes live behind gorgeous polished alloy wheels wearing 245/40/18 front and 285/35/19 Goodyear F1 performance radials.
Available for about 2/3 of its original price, this documented Corvette offers big performance and all the right options in a glossy black package that never fails to earn respect. Call today!
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- 6.2 Liter V8
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- Body Style
- 8,580 (Actual)
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- Center Console