The easiest way to determine the fair value of a Chevrolet Corvette is to consult a price guide for vehicles, such as Kelley Blue Book or the Edmunds.com True Market Value guide. Online pricing guides account for mileage and other factors that affect the value of Corvettes.
The seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette was designated the C7 by General Motors and introduced as a 2014 model in 2013. The initial model year was never offered with a Z06 option, but the Z06 was available again in the 2015 model year. The first C7 Z06 Corvettes became available in January 2015. Buyers seeking a C7 Z06 should consult pricing information for the 2015 model year.
The Z06 option package has traditionally denoted a high-performance variant of the Chevrolet Corvette, with recent versions performing comparably to much more expensive vehicles from automakers such as Ferrari and Lamborghini. The C7 Z06 is the most powerful and high-performance version yet, sporting a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine that produces 650 horsepower and 650 foot-pounds of torque. This Corvette can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds, making it both quicker and more powerful than both the previous C6 Z06 and the C6 ZR1, which was the fastest production Corvette before the C7 Z06.