I’m 67 y/o and I’ve owned, rented, driven dozens of cars - mostly ‘luxury’ category. It has 255,000+miles, and been everywhere. No problems, minimal maintenance, and rough treatment. Everything about this car is special, from looks to ride to reliability. I’ll pay what it takes to get it to a million miles, but this is the only car I want to drive from here out. And I don’t like the new ones.
About 18 months ago I purchased a 2016 Z-51 with just over 8,000 miles. I was ecstatic because the car had never been registered, making me the original owner. The first time I took the car to a Chevrolet dealership for an oil change however, all sorts of red flags popped up, indicating that not much of the usually-outstanding GM warranty applies to my car. It had been used at a high performance vehicle instruction driving school so most of the warranty had been wiped out. This doesn't really matter....except if you ever want to sell the vehicle. All Vette buyers these days check CAR FAX and warranties against the VIN and its been my experience that none will TOUCH these training track vehicles. I now have 15,000 miles on her and all has performed FANTASTICALLY!!!
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