Chevrolet Offers $3,000 Rebate on Corvette ZR1
With the 2010 model year winding down, GM reportedly needs to move about 500 ZR1s in stock and is now offering $3,000 cash back or zero percent financing on the 2010 models.
Astute buyers might even find a few 2009 models left over, which sport a nice $5,000 off the sticker price.
Unfortunately the 2009s aren't equipped with the handy launch control system (standard on the '10s), but it's still a great deal if you can find one.
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