Motor Trend Predicts the C7 Corvette Model Rollouts

There are 6 comments on the Corvettes story from Mar 27, 2012, titled Motor Trend Predicts the C7 Corvette Model Rollouts. In it, Corvettes reports that:

During the rollout out of the C6 in 2005, Chevy introduced just the base coupe and convertible models with the performance-laden Z06 coming a year later in 2006.

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#1 Apr 20, 2012
Wouldn't it be cool if the new corvettes were actually world class as people use to buying porsches bmws and such actually buy a corvette? Interiors and overall quality is as a German or a japanese car.
Lost in Translation

Miami, FL

#2 May 1, 2012
Brooklynreo wrote:
Wouldn't it be cool if the new corvettes were actually world class as people use to buying porsches bmws and such actually buy a corvette? Interiors and overall quality is as a German or a japanese car.
Wouldn't it be cool if the BMWs and Porsches were actually world class as people used to buying Corvettes and such actually buy a BMW or Porsche? Performance and repair costs as an American car.

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#3 Jun 4, 2012
Lost in Translation wrote:
<quoted text>Wouldn't it be cool if the BMWs and Porsches were actually world class as people used to buying Corvettes and such actually buy a BMW or Porsche? Performance and repair costs as an American car.
Unfortunately corvettes aren't appreciated in the rest of the world that's real important when building a car that needs to compete with other foreign sport cars as people are buying selected sport regardless of the price
theonewhoknowsmo rethanyou

Kitchener, Canada

#4 Jun 24, 2012
a Corvette is a world class car,it beats European and Japanese cars in 99% of details and looks amazing doing it !!!!

brooklynreo is from Cuba and has no way of comparing cars because everything in his country is pre-50's
theonewhoknowsmo rethanyou

Kitchener, Canada

#5 Jun 24, 2012
i would like to mention ive driven both and repaired both and the simplest parts for most
European and Japanese cars are 3 to 4 times the normal cost of most North American car parts.

no offense b-r but you just have no idea,and have a biased opinion about things,sorry you are incorrect 100% of the time !!!

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#6 Jul 23, 2012
theonewhoknowsmorethanyou wrote:
i would like to mention ive driven both and repaired both and the simplest parts for most
European and Japanese cars are 3 to 4 times the normal cost of most North American car parts.

no offense b-r but you just have no idea,and have a biased opinion about things,sorry you are incorrect 100% of the time !!!
This ain't a dick measuring contest we are all entitled to are opinion I have owned it least 8 corvettes all were heavily modified 170 + mph what ever with your magazine factual opinions when you have owned and driven other sport cars like vipers porsches BMW m products. Please enlighten me. Didn't gm go broke. I wonder why.

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