2021 Chevrolet Corvette Prices and Deals
2021 Corvette hard to find; 2022s coming soon
The base Stingray starts at about $60,000, but is especially hard to find. Some dealers are charging markups up to $10,000. The convertible is rarer still. Needless to say, there aren't factory incentives on the 2021 Corvette, and we might not see any for many months.
The carryover 2022 Corvette will likely go on sale by next month. The lineup will gain a Z06 model with even greater performance for 2023.
For the rest of the Chevy line, current offers are available on a national basis and will expire September 30, 2021. This page is updated monthly, so check back soon for the latest on pricing.
Chevy Corvette Lease Deals
No special offers yet
There are no factory lease offers yet on the 2021 Corvette.
You'll have to drill down to individual dealers to see what's available. As with buying, expect to pay full price for whatever model you can find.
Chevy Corvette Rebate Deals
Too early for cash incentives
It's possible Chevy will offer a loyalty bonus to returning Corvette owners later in the model year.
This will probably be your only opportunity for savings on a 2021 model.
Chevy Corvette Finance Deals
See dealers for APR offers
Chevy isn't offering any promotional rates on the 2021 Corvette.
You can probably find competitive rates at the dealer, but we still recommend comparing any offers to what's available at your bank or credit union.
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