Category Archives: Corvette

Finding Corvette Dealers By State


Pulled from data provided by our blogging friends at Find A Vette, below you will find directory links that have been trusted by many of our customers to locate the most reputable and reliable used Corvette Dealers in their state.

Used Corvettes in Alabama
Used Corvettes in Arkansas
Used Corvettes in Arizona
Used Corvettes in California
Used Corvettes in Colorado
Used Corvettes in Florida
Used Corvettes in Georgia
Used Corvettes in Iowa
Used Corvettes in Illinois
Used Corvettes in Indiana
Used Corvettes in Louisiana
Used Corvettes in Massachusetts
Used Corvettes in Maryland
Used Corvettes in Maine
Used Corvettes in Michigan
Used Corvettes in Minnesota
Used Corvettes in Missouri
Used Corvettes in North Carolina
Used Corvettes in New Hampshire
Used Corvettes in New Jersey
Used Corvettes in New York
Used Corvettes in Ohio
Used Corvettes in Oklahoma
Used Corvettes in Pennsylvania
Used Corvettes in South Carolina
Used Corvettes in South Dakota
Used Corvettes in Tennessee
Used Corvettes in Texas
Used Corvettes in Virginia
Used Corvettes in Washington
Used Corvettes in Wisconsin
Used Corvettes in West Virginia


Review: Vette Report – The New Leader In Corvette News

There is a new face in the world of Corvette blogging and news. In an area where magazine websites and bloggers have long ruled, a new approach to auto related information gathering is now making a stir. The new site,, is a Corvette news aggregation site that harnesses the power of the internet to bring you the most relevant daily news, articles, videos, and stories related to Chevy’s flagship sports car. The days of clicking through multiple sites, seeing the same stories, and then missing out of fresh information are a thing of the past. Vette Report is a website that filters the rumors, news, and information for you so that your valuable time is preserved without missing a single drop of info.

The site’s strongest feature is that it categorizes the stories into convenient links so that you can quickly access only the information you want to see. Are you strictly interested in Corvette Z06 videos or perhaps only the latest mid-engine C8 Corvette rumors? The topics bar gives you direct access to just these stories. Classic Vettes like the C3 Stringrays also have their own page filled with events, pictures, and stories. Even off the beaten path topics like accidents, crime, and illegal street races have their place. It is this sorting mechanism that gives visitors everything they can handle in one spot.

Behind the site is an engine that pulls articles from hundreds of sources across the internet. Even the most avid Corvette fan could not possibly browse through each site on a daily basis, so VetteReport handles the heavy lifting. Furthermore, instead of presenting recycled stories from sources like Corvette Blog or Corvette Online, VetteReport goes directly to the source and delivers the info unfiltered. Whether it is a press release from GM, the announcement of a massive festival, or a unique narrative review of a car, the stories are best told by their original source. Sending visitors straight to the source is a great feature that sets the website apart from others.

With a growing database of content that may soon surpass long standing competitors, any true Chevrolet Corvette enthusiast should consider adding Vette Report to their list of daily sites to check!

A New Way to Buy Used Cars Online

In the early days of car shopping a few power players took leading positions in the competition for online auto sales. Long standing auto sales magazine AutoTrader took it’s marketplace dominance to the web world with a nationwide site bringing classifieds to everyone. Other competitors, such as and AOL Autos jumped into the game and made a splash with their sites. For over a decade the rules of the marketplace remained mostly unchanged, but shoppers failed to receive the many innovations taking place online in other industries.

You see, while companies likes AutoTrader were proficient in auto sales, they were not technology companies at heart. This deficiency opened doors for new players like CarGurus to break onto the scene with a big splash. Even legacy brands like Edmunds and MotorTrend were able to gain substantial footing with websites focused on selling used vehicles. But what did this all mean for the common buyer?

While many dealers continues to maintain their own websites, this caused the process of searching for a car across dealers to become tedious and tiresome. With the strongly focused classified sites like eBay and Craigslist gaining ground on those that were focues solely on the Automotive industry, the stage was set for a showdown. What would come out of the battleground would pave the way for online shopping in the decades to come. A new approach to sales would be birthed, giving car buyers and dealers the best of both worlds. That new solution was dedicated micro sites.

To define it simply, a micro site is a single website dedicated to a specific brand of cars or even a specific model. The site collections listings from various sources across the web and combines them in a single place allowing shoppers to only see the specific vehicle they are shopping for. A great benefit of this approach is that the sites can specialize in the cars they are selling and give buyers the most informative look at the vehicles they seek, along with providing news and industry related information. Most micro sites are funded by advertisements, as opposed to car listings, so they are motivated to provide the best possible content to their customers without the need to monetize the listings. With the listings, pages, and site content managed by technology specialists, a clean and intuitive interface is at the forefront without the bloat of other sites.

Let’s take a look at a few example sites that have tackled the new microsite approach with great success.

Corvette Dealers
The people behind have launched into the world of used Corvettes for sale with great success. Focusing primarily on C6 Corvettes, they have garnered a strong position that leverages their single car approach. While their individual car listings leave room for improvement, the simple site approach has consistently proven to be a customer favorite.

Porsche Autos
As the primary competitor to the Corvette, the Porsche 911 and it’s siblings have jumped onto the micro site bandwagon launching a dedicated site in 2014. Featuring nearly 1,000 Porsches for sale, a great selection is one of many features that have shoppers coming back time and time again.

Dedicated Camaro Dealers
The reintroduction of the Camaro line has been a great success for Chevrolet with fans flocking out to buy their fifth generation Camaros. The Camaro Dealers site has capitalized on the popularity and created a site that feeds the hunger of the fans. A strong showing with the latest Camaro promises a long future for the Chevy muscle car staple.

Audi USA
A somewhat surprising addition to this list is the quickly rising luxury brand, Audi. With the launch in 2013 of, the high class automaker began appearing in micro site searches, which continues to build on it’s brand name recognition. While industry veterans like BMW, Mercedes, and Lexus have yet to make a splash, the Audi site is at the forefront and could soon see large spikes in traffic – which also means more used car sales.

What the future holds in the area of these dedicated auto sales sites is still somewhat unknown, but these players we have listed certainly are in position to make a strong run into the future of online auto sales.

Corvette vs. Camaro – Which Chevrolet Muscle Car Comes Out On Top?

It’s not often that Chevrolet’s pinnacle muscle car, the Corvette, is compared directly with it’s younger bother, the Camaro. A distinct pricing difference and target market makes it an apples to oranges comparison that many would not consider fair. After all, considering that the Camaro has a backseat, it can more often be considered a sporty passenger car or coupe rather than a strictly sports racer like the Corvette. However, with two passionate fan bases, comparisons are only natural, so we’ll look into them here.

First, when it comes to raw horsepower, the top of the line Corvette obviously takes home the bacon with it’s superior ZL1 line. If price is not a matter of concern, then the contest goes not further. But, when you play around at the same price point the Camaro SS with it’s 425 hp is only 30 behind the base Corvette, but for $20,000 less! Is 30 horsepower worth $20,000? Not hardly. Let’s move on.

When it comes to exterior and interior styling, the new C7 Corvette wins the battle without much discussion. But, this is primarily due to the fact that it has been recently remodeled by the design team a Chevy and uses the latest trends. Additionally, they learned from the interior mistakes of previous generations and were determined to elevate the class of the newest models. On the other hand, with the current Camaro generation now sitting at 5 years old, there is a good chance that a refresh is coming soon in the not too distant future. With a fresh model, the Camaro could easily turn the tide in one giant swoop. After all, the 2009 Camaro styling and design was years ahead of the often criticized styling of the C6 Corvette when it came out, especially the interior and dash. Don’t put it past the Camaro team to do it again.

We’ve already touched a bit on the pricing per horsepower ration, but this is the area where personal preference decides if the Corvette takes home the victory. The low end Camaros can be purchased by the every day consumer with their sub $30,000 base models. This price point makes them very accessible to the general public and a familiar site on the roadways. The styling difference between the base models and higher end SS bodies is there, but it is small. The Corvette and it’s near $60,000 base price puts it in the hands of only those who truly can afford an elite class super sports car. In reality the Corvette is actually at the bottom of the pricing tier for the class of car that it competes with (Ferrarri, Porsche, Dodge Viper, etc.) Still, it is this final pricing factor that separates the hordes of muscle car fans into their respective classes. Those with the money for a Corvette almost always go that route. The others will choose the model of Camaro that fits their budget and then living happily with a beloved new sports car.

In the used market, the tide can shift as Corvette’s can become more price permissive than the new models. Later year models in a specific generation can often be had at reasonable discounts since buyers are more included to spend the extra money for the next generation. This was particularly true with the 2004 Corvette and will likely be the case with the 2013’s as well. On the Camaro side, a used Camaro can fall anywhere in the ballpark depending on the condition and mileage. Just recently we spotted a 1991 Camaro with less than 10k miles, and at a price many would consider reasonable. It was immaculate, where other 1991’s are one step from the junk yard.

In conclusion, the comparisons may rage on between these two Chevrolet brothers for many years, but the bottom line will almost always boil down to the budget of the buyer. While emotional connections or personal preferences may factor in, it’s hard to find a buyer with the money for a Corvette that would choose a Camaro instead. The king of Chevy muscle cars still reigns supreme.