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Used Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 for sale in  USA

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Authorized Dealer  2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Convertible

2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Convertible
3ZR 2dr Convertible RWD (6.2L V-8 S/C 7M)

$105,942
Est. $1,438/month

Engine V8
Transmission Manual
DriveTrain RWD
Dealer Name Bill MacIntyre Chevrolet Buick
Mileage 22,584mi
Exterior Color Blue
Address Lock Haven, PA
Dealer Rating
4.0/5 75 Reviews
RMV: $110,329
Fair Deal
$4,387 Below

VIN Overview: Used 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Convertible 3ZR 2dr Convertible RWD (6.2L V-8 S/C 7M) with single owner, no accident and no theft reports , priced at $105,942 which is $4,387 Below real market value(RMV)
Authorized Dealer  2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Convertible

2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Convertible certified pre-owned
3ZR 2dr Convertible RWD (6.2L V-8 S/C 7M)

$125,000
Est. $1,697/month

Engine V8
Transmission Manual
DriveTrain RWD
Dealer Name New Rochelle Chevrolet
Mileage 7,785mi
Exterior Color White
Address New Rochelle, NY
Dealer Rating
4.0/5 392 Reviews
RMV: $129,528
Fair Deal
$4,528 Below

VIN Overview: Used 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Convertible 3ZR 2dr Convertible RWD (6.2L V-8 S/C 7M) with single owner, no accident and no theft reports , priced at $125,000 which is $4,528 Below real market value(RMV)
Authorized Dealer  2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 certified pre-owned
3ZR 2dr Coupe RWD (6.2L V-8 S/C 7M)

$116,999
Est. $1,588/month

Engine V8
Transmission Manual
DriveTrain RWD
Dealer Name Connell Chevrolet
Mileage 11,183mi
Exterior Color Gray
Address Costa Mesa, CA
Dealer Rating
4.0/5 354 Reviews
RMV: $117,851
Fair Deal
$852 Below

VIN Overview: Used 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 3ZR 2dr Coupe RWD (6.2L V-8 S/C 7M) with no accident and no theft reports , priced at $116,999 which is $852 Below real market value(RMV)
Authorized Dealer  2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
3ZR 2dr Coupe RWD (6.2L V-8 S/C 7M)

$134,995
Est. $1,833/month

Engine V8
Transmission Manual
DriveTrain RWD
Dealer Name Rick Ball Ford Lincoln Sedalia
Mileage 9,541mi
Exterior Color Red
Address Sedalia, MO
Dealer Rating
4.0/5 245 Reviews
RMV: $120,270
Overpriced
$14,725 Above

VIN Overview: Used 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 3ZR 2dr Coupe RWD (6.2L V-8 S/C 7M) with 2 owners, no accident and no theft reports , priced at $134,995 which is $14,725 Above real market value(RMV)

Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 5 year Cost-to-Own


Cash Price(MSRP)
$111,493
5 Year Cost-To-Own
$113,425

Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Ownership Cost Breakdown


Total 5 years cost to own - $113,425
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 total
Depreciation $22,538 $5,743 $4,674 $5,269 $4,598 $42,822
Insurance $1,990 $2,059 $2,113 $2,186 $2,279 $10,634
Fuel $3,684 $3,783 $3,908 $4,020 $4,154 $19,556
Maintenance $838 $1,436 $1,358 $4,326 $1,699 $9,663
Repairs $0 $-2 $295 $684 $988 $1,975
Financing Interest $6,006 $4,826 $3,577 $2,240 $820 $17,429
Taxes and Fees $9,188 $591 $554 $524 $490 $11,347
Total Cost-To-Own $44,244 $18,436 $16,479 $19,249 $15,028 $113,425

The estimated cost of ownership for the next 5 years.

The cost of ownership is a major factor while buying a car. It latently adds to the real price of the car over a period of time, which we take it to be 5 years. Thus, you should definitely take this aspect into account before you decide to splash your hard-earned money on the car of your choice.

At Chevy-Cars, we make a few assumptions while estimating the cost of ownership over a period of 5 years, which are

  • You are not paying for the vehicle at one go and take a loan from the bank.
  • You pay only 10% of the MSRP at the time of purchase.
  • The tenure of the loan repayment is 60 months, which is the standard for car loans.
  • You will drive your car for 15,000 miles per year.

Now that the assumptions are out of the way, let’s talk about the different criteria we take into consideration while estimating the Cost of Ownership (CoW).

Insurance

Insurance rates and premium amounts vary from state to state and company to company. Thus, we have taken the average rate of a major Insurance group across all the states of the US. The insurance premium amount depends on the manufacturer, model and year of the vehicle. Also, the premium amount depends on the age, tax credit, and marital status of the owner. Thus, there is every chance that the premium amount will vary from person to person, even if they own the same car from the same generation.

Maintenance

Every car needs regular maintenance to keep it in a drivable condition. While every manufacturer has specific maintenance scheduled after a specific interval of months or miles, you have to be open to the probability of making some unscheduled maintenance trips as well. Unscheduled maintenance mostly occurs due to mechanical failures or accidents.

Repairs

Most of the daily repairs are covered by the manufacturers’ warranty. However, in the US, most manufacturer warranties cover up to 12,000 miles per year. Since we have assumed that you drive your vehicle 15,000 miles per year, the repairs will not be covered under the provided warranty and you will have to pay it from your pocket.

Depreciation

The value of every car depreciates over time. While cars of some brands such as Honda and Toyota undergoes less depreciation, owing to their excellent reliability, we take an average degree of depreciation and assume that the car will be sold to a private buyer and there hasn’t been any major repair work done on the car at the time of re-selling.

Taxes and Fees

The amount of taxes and fees the owner has to pay directly depends on the MSRP of the vehicle. The most common taxes are sales tax, registration tax and also a gas guzzler tax should the vehicle match the criteria laid for the same. Taxes vary from state to state, and thus the amount of tax will differ with every state. It is also worth noting that the amount of taxes goes down as the vehicle gets older.

Fuel Cost

The fuel cost is calculated on the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) mileage ratings and not the ratings provided by the manufacturer. We also assume that the majority of driving (55%) is done in the city and the vehicle uses regular unleaded gasoline. However, the cost is bound to go up if you choose to use Premium gasoline.

Financing Interest

Assuming that you have paid a down payment of 10% of the MSRP of the vehicle at the time of purchase and the rest is paid through financing service, the amount of interest is calculated over the period of 60 months. Again, the interest will vary from state to state and person to person, depending on your credit score.

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Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Depreciation

Year Current price Depreciation Residual price Years left Years left percent Deal score Available Listings Starting Price
2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 $119,995 0% 100% 12 100% 0 0 Excellent Deals, 5 Listings $105,942

Depreciation Curve

If a new car doesn't fit your budget you can always check a depreciated used car for the same feel by spending lesser bucks.The Department of Transport says that the average life span of a car in the US is around 12-13 years. Thus, we will recommend that you sell your car after driving it for a period of 7-8 years.

This also gives the new owner a period of 5 years.

The average rate of depreciation will be low for the first couple of years. However, once the 5 year period is passed, it is difficult to estimate a definitive depreciation value. Cars from Honda, Toyota, Acura, and Lexus will fetch you good deals as they are highly reliable and require very low maintenance. Luxury cars, on the other hand, show a great deal of depreciation.

Current Price

This represents the current price of the car in corresponding year.

Depreciation

This is the absolute amount of reduction of value of your car over time, mainly because of wear and tear and aging.

Depreciation Percentage

This is the depreciation amount of the value of your car in subsequent years, represented in percentage.

Residual price

Residual price is the depreciation hit or current price of the car compared to the original price, in terms of percentage.

Years left

The Department of Transport prescribes that the life span of a car in the US should not be more than 12 years. Thus years left tells you how long, in terms of years, you can drive the car before it is deemed unfit by the Department of Transport.

Years left percent

This is just the years left in terms of percentage.

Deal score

This is perhaps the most important aspect while buying a preowned car. The higher the deal score is, the better the deal will be for a buyer and vice-versa.

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Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Resale Value in future



Sale year New price Expected sales price Depreciation Depreciation percentage Overall depreciation percentage
2020 $111,493 $88,955 $22,538 20.21% 20.21%
2021 $111,493 $83,212 $5,743 5.15% 25.37%
2022 $111,493 $78,538 $4,674 4.19% 29.56%
2023 $111,493 $73,269 $5,269 4.73% 34.28%
2024 $111,493 $68,671 $4,598 4.12% 38.41%

Resale Value Curve

We at Chevy-Cars understand the importance of a car. You spend a good amount of time, effort and energy researching for the car that suits all of your needs. However, the day will come when you will have to sell your prized possession, and when you do so, we ensure that you get the best deal possible.

Also, for the folks who are here looking for a pre-owned car, we understand there must be a plethora of questions in your mind that is blurring your judgment. The graphs here will guide you all the way until you find the best deal possible for the car you want to buy.

Sale Year

This represents the expected year in which you want to resale the car.

New price

This is what you expect to spend when you buy a similar trim of the car for selected year.

Expected Sales Price

This is the price you are expected to fetch when you decide to sell your car. The further the sale year is from the year you bought your car, the lesser will be the expected sales price.

Depreciation

This is the absolute amount of reduction of value of your car over time, mainly because of wear and tear and aging.

Depreciation Percentage

This is the depreciation amount of the value of your car in subsequent years, represented in percentage.

Overall Depreciation Percentage

This is the total depreciation in the value of your car, from the year you bought it to when you decide to sell it. It is also represented in percentage.

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