6 Most Common C7 Chevrolet Corvette Problems After 100,000 Miles

Highlights of the high-mileage Chevrolet C7 Corvette common trouble guide highlights:

  • Used C7 Corvette Z06s and Grand Sports are known for their cracked and bent wheels, while Z06s also have overheating issues.
  • The C7 can also develop touchscreen and automatic transmission issues, but both have relatively simple fixes
  • While some interior creaks and creaks are unavoidable, you can avoid the C7 LT1’s early problems by getting a newer model that breaks down properly.

Time and exposure may dull the novelty’s luster, but the C8 Corvette’s mid-engine status remains special. But it also means, as the last front-engine model, the Corvette C7 is memorable in its own way. And it wouldn’t hurt if the C7 wasn’t a slouch sports car compared to the C8. Plus, now that it’s a used sports car, cash-strapped enthusiasts are starting to look for it. However, before you do that, you should be aware of some common Corvette C7 problems.

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