2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport

$69,900

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Body Color
White
Stock
21GKM305
Vin
1G1YW2D72H5121298
Miles
15,694
Engine Size
6.2L V8
Transmission Type
Automatic
Video coming soon
Body Color
White
Stock
21GKM305
Vin
1G1YW2D72H5121298
Miles
15,694
Engine Size
6.2L V8
Transmission Type
Automatic
Video coming soon

One Owner

White
Black
6.2L V8
Automatic

2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport

- One Owner
- 15k Miles
- White and Black Paint Scheme
- Z06 Styling
- 6.2L V8

(Please note: If you happen to be viewing this 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport on a website other than our Garage Kept Motors site, it's possible that you've only seen some of our many photographs of the car due to third-party website limitations. To be sure you access all the more than 150 photographs, as well as a short start-up and walk-around video, and a link to the Corvette's one-owner, accident-and-damage-free, low-mileage Carfax history report, please go to our main website: Garage Kept Motors.)

“Once a race car, then a special edition, the Grand Sport has become the Corvette's top-selling trim. After a drive in the C7 version, we understand why.” – Car and Driver First Drive, June 2016

In two articles—a First Drive article in 2016 and a Long-Term Test report in 2016—Car and Driver magazine carefully analyzed the 2017 Corvette Grand Sport. Here are outtakes on several key points:

Overall impression: “… The Grand Sport feels like what it is: a Stingray with an enormous amount of grip. And it looks like what it is: a Z06 without the completely absurd power.”

Real-world power: “It is only in a world where less than $100,000 can buy you a factory-warrantied 600- or 700-hp car (The Grand Sport's) 460 sounds unimpressive. Have you ever tried to fully exploit 650 horsepower on the street for anything more than a fleeting moment? If so, are you currently reading this story from the comfort of the prison rec room?”

Handling: “On Milford's ride-and-handling loop, a section of gentle curves and alternately ragged or lumpy pavement, the Grand Sport could only be made unpleasant by calling up the stiffest track setting and only then after encountering a series of chatter bumps. You won't do that. Left in touring or sport, the ride is admirably free of harshness and the car shrugs off nasty mid-corner heaves and hillocks.”

Reliability? “It suffered not a single unscheduled stop, failure to crank, or Uber request required to bail us out. We didn't even have to add a single quart of oil. It was a sterling test of reliability.” (Car and Driver, June 2018 Long-Term Test)

Full text of Car and Driver's 2017 Grand Sport First Look and Long-Term test articles can be found here: https://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/a15102743/2017-chevrolet-corvette-grand-sport-first-drive-review/

… and here: https://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/a23705281/2017-chevrolet-corvette-grand-sport-reliability/

Offered here is a 2017 Corvette Grand Sport in white over black (a Star Wars Stormtrooper vibe). Adult-driven by only one owner, the car retains near-showroom condition inside and out. The odometer currently reads 15,674 miles, or fewer than 4,000 miles per-year since new.

The Corvette's exterior white paint retains a near-showroom-new appearance. White dates back to the first Corvette, and in concert with the black ZO6 trim, makes for a striking look. (To best assess the quality of the paint and trim finishes, be sure to view the close-up photographs of the car in the accompanying gallery.) It's no wonder this seventh-generation redesign was so well-received and remains venerated by Corvette enthusiasts. Design touches like the lower-front blackout grille, wider stance, re-executed headlight design with LED elements, re-styled front and rear side brake-cooling openings, re-designed rear fascia, quad, center-exiting exhaust, and black spoilers front and rear all updated the C7 cars while remaining true to the Corvette DNA. This “evolutionary improvement on a classic” theme helped guarantee the C7's place in Corvette history. The car's entire body—including lower-front and rear panels—is free of any noteworthy damage or defect. The white removable roof panel is similarly undamaged. Lighting lenses and cabin glass show no cracks, fading, or other flaws. All factory badging—including the front Corvette-flags emblem, side “Grand Sport” and Stingray emblems, and the rear Corvette-flags and “Corvette” lettering—all remain in place and in perfect condition. Factory 10-spoke, black wheels (showcasing Corvette-branded brake calipers and 2-piece slotted rotors) with Corvette-flags center caps are mounted with Michelin® Pilot Sport AS/3 283/30 (front) and 335/25/20 (rear) all-season performance tires.

The Grand Sport's interior is as well-kept as the remainder of the car. Gray-stitched black leather seat upholstery (on what many believe to be the best seats ever put in a Corvette), dashboard, console, and door-trim surfaces show no signs of wear, damage, or inconsiderate use. Black carpeting is in excellent condition throughout the cabin and cargo area. Even the step-over, lower-door sills and operating pedals are as-new, clear evidence of meticulous owner care. The multi-function sport-type steering wheel (with prominent Corvette-flags emblem) is free of flaws, and the same is true of the dashboard surfaces including instrumentation lenses and the infotainment screen. The shifter for the faster-than-manual 7-speed automatic transmission is located on the console below the center-dash infotainment screen, HVAC, and audio controls. Here too, there are no signs of abrasion, no scratches. Clearly, this is the sort of “well-cared-for” example so many Corvette aficionados prize.

Under the front-hinged hood, the Corvette-branded LT1, 6.2-liter V8 occupies a perfectly clean engine bay. All components are properly mounted and there are no evident performance modifications. Viewed from below, the car's chassis is pristine, undamaged, and unmodified. There is no sign of rust. Taken altogether, this Grand Sport could not have looked much better when it rolled out of the Bowling Green factory.

The car's factory-mounted build and identification tags remain mounted. The sale includes the Corvette-branded leather pouch with all factory-supplied owner literature.

While the more than 150 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this '17 Corvette Grand Sport in detail from every angle, including from below, we expect and encourage in-person inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance as our showroom is not open to the public. And feel free to get in touch anytime by phone or email if you have questions.

Finding a properly cared-for, low-mileage C7 Grand Sport whose only owner cared for it with pride and love is a dream for most Corvette fans hunting for a late-year “last of the rear-wheel-drive cars.” We are pleased to be able to help make that dream come true for one lucky enthusiast.

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