2019 Chevy Corvette For Sale Near Winchester

2019 Chevy Corvette

For Sale Near Winchester
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For Woodstock, VA Performance Enthusiasts, the 2019 Chevy Corvette Remains the Self-Styled, Yet Always Corroborated, "King of the Road"

It wasn't that the flagship of American luxury sports cars earned this status for nothing, either. For Chevrolet, it's a tradition that hearkens back to 1953 at GM's Motorama, when and where the first Corvette was unveiled as a concept show convertible with the hallmark small warship designation. Built in Flint, Michigan's "Vehicle City" and sibling to Detroit, as well as St. Louis, MO until 1981, it then moved to Bowling Green, KY, now the home of the famed National Corvette Museum.

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21902 Old Valley Pike
Directions Woodstock, VA 22664

  • Sales: (540) 358-5992
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History

Years and generations passed from its meteoric origins. 1953's first solid-axle, V8-equipped C1 became, for example, 1963's Mako shark-inspired, independent rear suspension equipped C2. Through the late 1960s, that became the C3, used as a Pace Car for the Indianapolis 500 in 1978 and, through 1982, enjoyed as a fastback by performance car lovers the world over. The fourth C4 generation, however, saw Corvette really start to take off, with an energetic, higher-horsepower V8, a more rigid and aerodynamic design, the classic 4+3 manual transmission that became a modern ZF variant, and, in 1992, ASR traction control, among other advancements.

With the fifth-generation redesign in 1997, a new chapter began in the coupe and convertible duo's history that gave us the owner of the highway we know and love today. 2009, to wit, saw the most power production supercar in the line ever built, the Corvette ZR1. What's more, with the latest new Stingray base and the midrange Grand Sport and Z06 in the mix for 2019, developed on Germany's N├╝rburgring North Loop, no less, it has only become more thrillingly high-octane. In fact, the new 2019 Corvette is more muscular, powerful, and capable, better-equipped safety- and performance-wise under the hood, and more technologically advanced and comfortable in-cabin than ever.

Revving your engines to get behind the wheel? You'll find one of the largest selections of new Chevrolet Corvettes in the Woodstock and Winchester, VA areas right here at Leckner Chevrolet. Check them all out right here on the Web!

Performance

The experience begins with some of the most hard-charging engines around, direct-injection models with durable aluminum alloy pistons that pump fuel directly into the cylinder. Each engine's continuously variable valve timing employs a dual-equal phaser, too, keeping camshaft timing in sync for intake and exhaust. What's more, a high-pressure fuel pump is mounted in the cylinder block valley under the intake manifold, and in select models, Active Fuel Management comes standard to rein it all in, deactivating four cylinders during highway cruising and springing all eight into action during the truly athletic stuff. There's even a dry-sump oil system, standard in Grand Sport, Z06, and ZR1 and available in Stingray with the Z51 Performance Package. With it, motor oil gets pumped into the engine from a tank in the bay, enhancing flow to areas of need even during cornering at high G-forces and employing eight oil-spraying jets in the block to help keep piston temperature to a minimum.

What does all this mean? Here's the short list:

  • High power density, stellar output, and more effective energy delivery
  • Huge gains in power and torque, the latter better at low rpm and the former higher at high rpm
  • Optimal fuel efficiency
  • Dramatically decreased noise
  • More efficient use of space in the engine block
  • Improved longevity
  • Reduced emissions

The result of Chevy powertrain innovation? In Corvette Stingray and Grand Sport, a workhorse 6.2-liter V8 engine, capable of shelling out 460 horsepower driven by up to 465 pound-feet torque, and making possible zero-to-60 acceleration in as little as 3.6 to 3.7 seconds. With Magnetic Ride Control and a rear transaxle, precision balance is also the order of your day trip.

In Corvette Z06, the outcome is a supercharged 650-horsepower, 6.2-liter aluminum V8 engine metaphorically shredding tires at 650 pound-feet. Its integrated intercooler, more compact, approximately-20-pounds-lighter supercharger, and advanced noise damping mean aerodynamics ready for the track. But it's with the top-of-the-line Corvette ZR1, sporting a hand-assembled, small-block, supercharged 6.2-liter V8, that a sports car comes into its own as a supercar. A monster 715 pound-feet of torque -- more than 600 from 2200 rpm to redline -- churning an equally beastly 755 horsepower, delivers a Formula 1 enthusiast's dream of a top speed of 212 mph.

Of course, no drive could shift into high gear without the right transmission for the job. For one, there's an available eight-speed automatic with a close gear ratio to deliver changes nearly seamless, likewise building in full manual control at a convenient ten-and-two via steering wheel-mounted paddles. Secondly, you can find a seven-speed manual clutch system, incorporating a lightweight dual-mass flywheel and high-capacity twin-plate 240 mm clutch. That means the kibosh on gear rattle and inertia. The result here is an unparalleled drive that only exploring the many Chevy Corvette trims levels available can put the finishing touches on.

Corvette Stingray

In 1LT, 2LT, and 3LT models and a choice of coupe or convertible body styles, the latter of whose top can be lowered remotely at speeds of up to 30 mph, the Corvette base is anything but entry-level.

On top of its performance features, a functional hood air extractor delivers maximal front-end lift reduction, resulting in improved agility in tandem with the tailored ride of its drive select system's Weather, Eco, Tour, Sport, and Track modes. On the interior, it's comfortable GT bucket seating for days, while available bolstered Competition Sport seats, in optional Nappa leather with sueded microfiber accents and available heated and ventilated, deliver a lap of luxury flanked by the climate customization capabilities of dual-zone climate control. Moreover, there's a flat-bottom steering wheel for smooth spins.

Entertainment- and control-wise, you can look forward to available Bose premium audio in nine- and ten-speaker variants as well as dual 8-inch HD displays, one of which is Chevrolet Infotainment System. The latter offers available built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi for a connection to civilization on your cruise and standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to extend your smartphone's features to control in-dash for the ride. Optional navigation simplifies setting a course, while elements like a customizable instrument cluster, an available metrics-projecting head-up display, and an optional Performance Data Recorder keep you abreast of your drive's dynamics, while Brembo® brakes ensure reliable stopping power.

You can even manage it all remotely with a subscription to Chevrolet Connected Services via the myChevrolet Mobile App. Using it, starting and stopping your engine, locking and unlocking car doors, sending destinations to available navigation, reviewing diagnostic information, and setting parking reminders is easier than ever.

Corvette Grand Sport

Alongside the same trim designations, with the huge bump in performance, and offering many of the features of Corvette Stingray, the new Grand Sport brings more than a few upgrades to the table.

For one, wider fender flares and front fender vents, many of its Z06 counterpart's air-cutting components, and an expansive rear spoiler quash drag to deliver one of the lithest rides yet -- with an available 1.2 G cornering ability, to be sure. Underfoot, large 14.6-inch/14.4-inch two-piece steel Brembo rotors come standard, shortening stops to a razor's precision. Secondly, there's an available Carbon Fiber Ground Effects Package to make things more aerodynamically interesting, matched only by interior aluminum and carbon-fiber trim for a minimalist and lightweight yet commanding presence. Finally, as part of the optional Heritage Package, hash marking, brushed aluminum details, and eye-catching striping come sure to turn heads at any venue.

Corvette Z06

The 1LZ, 2LZ, and 3LZ trims in this, the topmost of the two midrange Corvette models, build in much from Corvette Grand Sport, but begin to charge ahead where it counts for the high performer. Of course, a lightweight, hardy carbon-fiber roof and hood, titanium intake valves, durable composite floor panels, and a dexterity-enhancing hydroformed aluminum frame are just for starters.

It rockets, in fact, from zero to 60 mph in as little as a blistering 2.95 seconds, and you can manage downforce like a true racer with one of three different packages. First, a standard Aero Package features every trick in the book from a front splitter and spats at the front wheel openings to a larger hood vent and rear spoiler, resulting in more downforce and the ability to cut through the thick of air resistance. Secondly, an available Carbon Fiber Aero Package brings a carbon-fiber splitter with aviation-style end plates up front into the mix, as well as similarly composed rocker panels and a huge fixed-wickerbill rear spoiler that does even better against the forces of nature. The third is an available Z07 Performance Package, which kicks endplate size up a notch and makes the now-transparent wickerbill on the rear spoiler adjustable for like-a-pro customization.

Finally, standard 14.6-inch/14.4-inch two-piece steel rotors become massive 15.5-inch/15.3-inch Brembo carbon ceramic rotors, available in select trims for stops that are just as expert. Plus, with front parking cameras, it's a breeze to park your baby at your destination reliably.

Corvette ZR1

In the new Corvette ZR1, Z06 advances come into their supercar prime. There's no mincing words: it's 1ZR and 3ZR trims are luxuriously appointed and proficient in all a race car's ways, and the model's the fastest, most powerful, most advanced production Corvette ever.

With a halo hood and engine cover in chevron-patterned carbon-fiber, it's airily lightweight, resulting in zero to 60 mph in a hairsplitting 2.85 seconds. Plus, whether you want to come in hot or go silent running, a four-mode exhaust system with Track, Sport, Tour and Stealth settings makes it possible. But what makes the ultimate speed demon? Two sophisticated low and adjustable high wing aerodynamic configurations, plus a front underwing to manage downforce control as well as coolers for power steering, differential oil, and transmission and five additional radiators. Add an optional ZTK Track Performance Package for track-to-road-and-highway prowess. Leather seating, an attention-capturing available Sebring Orange Design Package, convertible-tuned suspension, and a host of modern tech in-cabin are just icing on the cake.

Test-Drive the New 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Here at Leckner Chevrolet

If you're eager to put the pedal of your favorite model to the metal, give our Chevy sports car specialists a call at 866-541-4201 or pull into pit lane for a visit here at 21902 Old Valley Pike. We'll be delighted to get your engines running!

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