Great car for the money, relatively
It's a fantastic car. It really is. Comfortable, powerful, and easy to maintain. When you factor in the cost of these cars, it is tough to beat. The only issues I had with the car were problems with the wheels. I had a 2017 Grand Sport (I actually had two Grand Sport 2017 models - the first was repurchased by GM after check engine light and electronics issues couldn't be remedied). My second Grand Sport was found to have 3 bent rims after about 9000 miles that were giving it an unacceptable shudder and vibration on the road. GM didn't view this as a warranty issue. I suppose there are some quality control issues with the car in general, but overall I'm leaving Corvette ownership happy with my experience. The Corvette Grand Sport was as fast and fun to drive as my Porsche 911 Carerra S, but only cost me half as much. The Corvette wasn't as refined as the 911 by any means, but considering I could buy two Corvettes for the price of one 911, giving up a bit on refinement is a reasonable trade-off.