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    GM announced yesterday that there will be a price increase on all 2009 Corvettes. This price will effect any Corvette that is not already in dealer stock.

    This price increase is $1,520 across the board.

    Below are the new base prices before destination:

    Coupe - $48,565
    Convertible - $53,220
    Z06 - $73,925
    ZR1 - $103,970


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    GM's response to low sales - a price increase.

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    But wait, they've increased the manufacturer's rebate by $2,500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catbert View Post
    GM's response to low sales - a price increase.
    I had the same thought. It just doesn't make sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Chadwick View Post
    But wait, they've increased the manufacturer's rebate by $2,500.
    Until midnight tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    GM announced yesterday that there will be a price increase on all 2009 Corvettes. This price will effect any Corvette that is not already in dealer stock.

    This price increase is $1,520 across the board.

    Below are the new base prices before destination:

    Coupe - $48,565
    Convertible - $53,220
    Z06 - $73,925
    ZR1 - $103,970
    amazing isn't it, I paid 74+ for my 06. hadda have it though ! I sure others have paid more than that. i 've had 9 corvettes thru the years, always driven by HP, I'm at the end after all these years, zr1 way out of my reach !

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    GM's response to slowing sales is to raise prices. Go figure.. Now I'm really wondering if we should bail them out with the management they have now. This is screwy.

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