The long wait for Corvette enthusiasts is finally over: the new one Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is ready to make its debut on the market, but given the great demand from the market General Motors has decided to apply a new rather particular rule concerning the warranty of the car.
To avoid the phenomenon that sees cars bought by people who intend only a resell them at a higher priceGM decided to void the warranty of the new Corvette Z06 if the latter comes resold during the first year of ownership; in addition, customers who break this rule will be placed in one blacklist which will prevent him from re-ordering a General Motors product.
“General Motors has decided to limit the transferability of certain warranties, preventing the seller from formalizing new orders or reservations if the vehicle was resold during the first 12 months of ownership.” a GM spokesperson told The Drive.
It will not only be the Corvette Z06 to receive this treatment, which will instead be proposed again for the Escalade-V of Cadillac and for the highly anticipated Hummer EVwhich we have told you about several times in the past months.
The hope, both of enthusiasts and of General Motors itself, is that this decision will allow true Corvette lovers to buy the car at the right pricewithout going to feed the market of speculation that has come about in recent years. GM itself is keen to emphasize that it wants to make sure that its new Corvette only ends up in the hands of those who really want it and not those who buy it to make an additional profit on the shoulders of an ordinary citizen.
The new Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is powered by a 670 horsepower V8 engine and came to the US at a starting price of $ 106,395 to which you have to add about 1400 $ for putting on the road and delivery.