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Dave Hitchcock Chev Essex ON 888-350-0255
msrp $76,520
Checked it out, torch red/black, auto, plastic roof, chrome wheels, mag ride, NPP, red calipers
 
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I don't think the Dave Hitchcock has the car in yet as it's a file photo. It's a Z51 with at least a 2LT option package. For that price though, it should be a 3LT but you can't really tell without seeing unless they state Napa Leather and there is a couple other small diffs but it's mostly in material and visual.
They don't say if it has painted calipers, FAY, carbon flash or those other options. It has both tops, but that's all I can really tell with a quick look.
 
I don't think the Dave Hitchcock has the car in yet as it's a file photo. It's a Z51 with at least a 2LT option package. For that price though, it should be a 3LT but you can't really tell without seeing unless they state Napa Leather and there is a couple other small diffs but it's mostly in material and visual.
They don't say if it has painted calipers, FAY, carbon flash or those other options. It has both tops, but that's all I can really tell with a quick look.

3LT in the showroom, red calipers, no FAY/carbon flash, single plastic top
 
Didn't think I would see a used one so fast! :eek:

From what I understand it's a way of selling a US bound car up here in Canada.
Apparently it's ok as a so called 'used car' (to be sold here in Canada) ..

I'm not clear on whom it's 'OK' with -- whether it's our Government, their government, or General Motors rules that have to be met.

That seems to be the way it is that you cannot buy a new car that is sent from BG and destined for the US to someone in Canada.

I'm sure there will be others who will chime in with more info.

As to how it becomes a 'used' car with such low miles: could be a customer who turns back in a lease, or trades in a purchase on something else, -- there must be any number of ways a car gets used and would qualify as a Canadian purchase.

I've heard of cars having a very few miles on them that have been purchased by Canadians. (in the neighbourhood of only hundreds of miles)

New Roads (Jason) can shed some light on this I believe.

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Once a C7 is sold/titled in the US it can then be sold/imported into Canada. GM gets a clearance fee, customs RIV fee, provincial certification & transportation. Also, a 6 month/12,000km warranty delay. Foreign exchange kills any cost advantage.
 
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if you buy a "used" Stingray from a gm dealer it should come with a full warranty our certified pre owned can cover the 6 month/12,000km warranty delay we have brought in 10 US stingrays this year for customers that can't wait to get an order filled and the cars we bring in range from 50 to 500 km. how they become used is the dealer transfers the car and can sell it as a used car without it ever leaving the dealership
 
if you buy a "used" Stingray from a gm dealer it should come with a full warranty our certified pre owned can cover the 6 month/12,000km warranty delay we have brought in 10 US stingrays this year for customers that can't wait to get an order filled and the cars we bring in range from 50 to 500 km. how they become used is the dealer transfers the car and can sell it as a used car without it ever leaving the dealership

Wow, that sounds easy, Jason.....very good. I'm assuming the price is the same as a Canadian destined car -- If so it's a good way around limited allotments to Canada.
Good to know -- thank you.

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