2014 Corvette Stingray – Jay Leno’s Garage

Category: Weekend

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4 Responses to “Jay Leno’s Garage: 2014 Corvette Stingray”

  1. Robert M says:


  2. clay says:

    This car is a home run. “Honey, do we really have to get an SUV?:(“

  3. jaykimball says:

    Ho hummm. The big Iron ‘vette is so last century.

    Love my Nissan Leaf. Zero emission, no gas, oil, muffler, carb, … Lot’s of low-end torque for the day-to-day drive, quiet, clean, low center of gravity (battery mounted low down) makes it fun on S turns. Plug it in when I get home and top off the charge. Free fill ups at a variety of places (malls, Walgreens, chargers along the highway, etc.). Haven’t been to a gas station in months.

  4. perpetual_neophyte says:

    jaykimball –
    (A) Between aluminum, carbon fiber, advanced composites, etc. I am not sure how much iron there is in the C7 Corvette.
    (B) I think the Leaf is a neat car and I am glad it fits your lifestyle and definition of fun, but it is on a completely different level than the fun you can have in a Corvette. Note that I said “different” and not “better/worse.” There is absolutely NO way it would fit *my* criteria for fun. :) A person who wants a true sports car won’t be happy with a front-wheel drive economy car on low-rolling resistance tires.