The Corvette's cockpit does not require gymnastics to access the way older models did. Once you're inside, the leather-clad bucket seats are superb. An awfully good convertible. Twist a latch above the rear-view mirror and press a button, and the top stores itself beneath a panel just behind the driver and passenger. It cuts the 11 cubic feet of trunk space pretty much in half when the top is down, but there's still room for some soft luggage back there. With the top up, the trunk is big enough for two rollaway bags. At speed with the top down, there's surprisingly little wind buffeting. Top up, it's quieter inside than you'd suspect, with most of the noise you hear coming from the huge, rigid run-flat tires, P245/40ZR-18 up front, P285/35ZR-19 in the rear. The six-speed automatic transmission is a $1,250 option over the six-speed manual. Loaded with options including a $5,540 package that added memory steering-wheel and seat settings, a head-up display (the speed is projected on the inside of the windshield, so the driver doesn't have to look down at the speedometer), and a few other relatively inconsequential features. At $1,750, the navigation system is a pretty good buy. At any rate given the car's capability, it is still a bargain. If you think this is impressive in the photos, I promise you'll be blown away. PLEASE MAKE SURE to confirm the details of this vehicle with the dealer to ensure its accuracy. Dealer cannot be held liable for data that is listed incorrect
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