Behold the 2015 Corvette Stingray

2015 chevy corvette stingray at les stanford chevroletThe 2014 Corvette Stingray won the most awards out of any car for that year. It was also named North America car of the year in 2014. The all-new 2015 Corvette Stingray is even better. The 2015 Corvette Stingray now comes with an all new eight-speed automatic transmission, 4G LTE, a performance data recorder, and it comes in two different designs. With the greatest performance capability and efficiency in its class, the Stingray packs an amazing 450 horsepower, an estimated 17 miles per gallon city driving and 29 miles per gallon highway driving.

The design option for the 2015 Corvette Stingray, the Pacific Design Package, drew its inspiration from West Coast drivers who attend weekend track events. This Z-51 equipped coupe, offered exclusively, comes in 2LT and 3LT trims. The color options include Shark Gray, Artic White, Torch Red, Black, and Blade Silver. The interior, with two additional color options, includes Shark Gray Metallic and Daytona Sunrise Orange Metallic. The previously offered Cyber Gray Metallic color will be replaced with Shark Gray.

Every surface of every model is covered with premium materials including Napa leather, aluminum, micro-suede, and carbon fiber. All models come standard with premium a premium Bose sound system, color touch radio, keyless access, remote start, and much more. The 2015 Corvette Stingray comes offered as a convertible or a targa.

This seventh generation Stingray can compete with any sports car in the world. Get yours at Les Stanford Chevrolet, America’s Corvette King!

The Corvette C7: A Reason to Get Excited

2014CorvetteStingrayAlthough the right hand drive model has been delayed for release, for everyone in the left hand drive world it might be time to take a look at the new Corvette Stingray.

The seventh generation of Corvettes, this is not your dad’s Corvette, featuring a newly revamped 455 horsepower engine and a 3.8 second zero to sixty time making it competitive with the European supercars. Gone are the signature circular rear lights, replaced with a look that is half classic Stingray and half Lamborghini. A carbon fiber hood and NASA-designed aerogel keep the weight down and the gas mileage high with an average of 26 miles to the gallon.

The interior is just as impressive as the exterior with the 3LT package offering a leather wrapped control panel, door panels, and dashboard. The seats feature Napa Leather and have seat heating and cooling systems. The C7 also features a convertible model with no compromises to any of the standard features and a top that can open at speeds up to 30 miles per hour, which means never having to pull over again.

For those looking for a fully tailored car, Corvette allows you to customize almost every detail of the car from seat color down to brake color.

Named the 2014 Automobile Magazine Auto of the Year, the Corvette C7 Stingray is too good to pass over. To get yours, head to Les Stanford Chevrolet, America’s Corvette King!

Camaro Convertible: King of Muscle Cars

Chevy Camaro Convertible at Les Standford Chevrolet in Dearborn MILast year, Chevy revived its Camaro line up and it was received with success. Last year’s Camaro was king of the rear-wheel-drive muscle car, but this year they’re taking it a step further, adding a convertible to their 2011 line-up.

The Camaro convertible comes with a choice between two engines. The first choice is a respectable 3.6-liter, 312-horsepower V6 with a six-speed transmission, either manual or automatic. The more powerful choice is the 6.2-liter, 400-horsepower V8, the same engine found in a Corvette. The V8 is blazing fast, as one would imagine, yet gets decent miles-per-gallon, 16 in the city and 25 on the highway.

If you want numbers to see just how quick the Camaro convertible is, then look no more. The V8 goes 0-60 in 4.9 seconds and the V6 does it in 6 seconds. It also handles very well.

The interior is amazing, especially if you opt for the black and orange upholstery. The orange ambient lighting in the dark is surprisingly attractive.

The top is a soft top, similar to a Corvette convertible top. It’s thick and durable and features a rear window with a defogger. It folds and unfolds almost automatically with the press of a button, taking no more than a quarter of a minute.

Returning to the inside, the interior has everything you could want, technology wise. The HUD informs you of your RPM, speed and more, such as your current radio station, right on the windshield. There is a hands free Bluetooth device so you can take your calls wirelessly without even touching your phone. If you have a smartphone, you can lock and unlock your car via phone and even start it.

The 2011 Camaro Convertible is a beast of a car, one any driver would truly enjoy. It has speed, style, technology and everything else you could want in a car. The Camaro Convertible is a must drive for muscle car fans, hands down.

The road is waiting! Stop by Les Stanford Chevrolet Cadillac at 21730 Michigan Ave Dearborn, MI 48124, to take the road in the Camaro Convertible.