By Matt Schmitz on December 4, 2013
As the main objective of the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is achieving an unparalleled performance-to-price ratio, Cars.com reviewer Joe Bruzek says buyers' option selections become critical. That $52,000 starting price can quickly balloon to $70,000 if you're not judicious about your bells and whistles, potentially defeating this budget supercar's purpose. Likewise, you'll also want to keep pragmatism in mind during model selection, Bruzek warns, noting that he soon tired of the Z51's track-ready ride and longed for the base model's cruising comfort. Watch the video above for Bruzek's tips on making wise choices with this model.