Re: Corvette VS NSX

Discussion in '2003 Chevrolet Corvette 50th Anniversary' started by Gamer55, Aug 9, 2002.

  1. no man, my numbers are correct. The z06 has been tested by car and driver, and several other mags, as doing consistant 4.0 sec 0-60 times. My father has a vette, and i have a Z28, and neither of us have ever had any problems with either of our vehicles
     
  2. Okay, now im not trying to sound like a professional racer here, as a matter of fact my reaction time is terrible, i average like a .59 on a .50 scale...Im not a pro racer, i like to take my NSX on a strip at times, but i mainly drive on it to work, if i was a pro racer i would take the vette over the nsx.

    Now Big Willman you state PRICES telling me that im stupid for paying over 30 grand more, calling me pathetic? Only a #%$got who doesnt know shit about cars resorts to petty shit talking. Tell your mom to give my boxers back, ***** owes me 20 dollars.

    Now back to the money, yes i payed over 30 grand more, BUT! lets not forget that i bought a HONDA, AKA guaranteed 100 thousand miles +.
    All i see is a bunch of haters, have you morons ever given thought to why the NSX is so expensive ? Because you get 4 things that you dont get with the vette, or even the Z-06 and that is 1) Reliability 2) Prestige 3) Longevity 4) COMFORT!<!-- Signature -->
     
  3. hi for all the non believers out there, here is my 2001 acura nsx i have attached pictures, and i will make a picture of me going 150 MPH just to prove to you #%$s who say i dont really have it that i really do<!-- Signature -->
     
  4. <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from bigrob</i>
    <b>no man, my numbers are correct. The z06 has been tested by car and driver, and several other mags, as doing consistant 4.0 sec 0-60 times. My father has a vette, and i have a Z28, and neither of us have ever had any problems with either of our vehicles</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    Don't mean to offend you but that means NOTHING to me. I need solid proof confirming that the Corvette does indeed have reliability and longivity. The NSX has proven itself in numerous magazines, but the Corvette always gets poor ratings when it comes to quality. The Annual Consumer's Report Magazine rated the Vette as "very poor" in terms of reliability. This is true especially after 100,000 miles when the most mechanical headaches arise. Can anyone provide me with some solid proof because I love the Vette. <!-- Signature -->
     
  5. If you ask me, and you did, personal experiences mean more than magazine ratings on reliability. But i also have worked in the auto mechanics industry for a long time now and both my father and I know how to keep up our schedualed maintanence, and keep our vehicles in good working order. That really is al there is to keeping a car reliable. My 1966 plymouth barracuda runs incredibly especially since it has over 300,000 miles on it on the original motor and carbuerator setup. My point is, that JD power gave the vete very high remarks, and so do I and the local car clubs, and all the techs at the shop that i work in.

    Reliability comes from the care that you take in your car first and foremost.
     
  6. Oh and by the way , WAY TO FAS....blkah blah, if hondas are so reliable then why is bigwillmans honda shutting off spontaeneously as he drives down the highway, after 56,000 miles!!!!!!!!! It is not supposed to do that.
    Now i am not retarded enough to think that this is a great example of all hondas, but you pspeak as though they are al guarenteed to last 100000+ miles, and they are not, nor is any other car. But even honda is not above the laws of physics, and retards behind the wheel of the overpriced slow rear engine pussy wagons, because that is all that car is for, it isnt for racing or a drivers car it is just there to go trolling for pussy. That cars says "look how fat my wallet is, you want some get in the car" and thats about it. I am not intimidated when i pull up to that car at a stoplight. But that bastard with 60 grand more than i almost always has a hot chick w him no matter how retarded he is/looks.
     
  7. WAY2SLOW4ME, did you just say if you wanted to race you'd pick the vette? I WIN! ONE TO NOTHIN! I WIN! ME BABY ME! hahahaha! and just the fact that you had to resort to insulting my mom on a CAR FORUM, is....say it with me now...PUTH-ETIC! haha! ok, you listed some interesting things...reliability and longevity: riiight, in a high-reving V6. just because it has the honda badge doesn't mean its going to start everytime or last any longer than the vette. i own one of these hondas that my parents bought me for college and they bought it for reliability, it's a 98 4 door honda accord LX, and that pecker has 56,000 miles and it turns off spontaniously. just turns off. now don't start telling me whats wrong with me car, it's an electrical problem that can be taken care of quite easily at your local honda dealer...anyway, you said prestige: are you telling me that someone driving up in a 405 hp Z06 doesn't draw prestige?! thinking that is PUTH-ETIC! and COMFORT? what the hell are you talking about!??!!?! I've sat in plenty of NSXs and you have to be 3 FEET F*CKIN TALL TO FIT COMFORTABLY! ahh, now i see...WAY2SLOW has some little penis aggression to work out...<!-- Signature -->
     
  8. I think u need to go to the Camaro if u wanna compare, cause the $73k NSX is closer to the $22K Z28 than it is to the Vette. Just the Regular Vette (much like this one) will tear the NSX apart. As for the car lasting . My American car (
    They have a guy that lives near me with a NSX. He just bought him a new Vette. Not only is it a 2002 Z06 but, it is a 2002 Z06 LINGINFELTER. That name alone adds about 200hp to the car that can already beat the NSX & is closer to the price of the NSX. COMPARE THOSE price for price.
     
  9. phoenix is an imbicyle, yes i need to tune my NSX to compete with a car that has over 2L larger engine, however with my LIGHT MODS that increased my horses by maybe 60-63, i tear corvettes left and right with extreme consistency.

    Now, you morons post numbers and forget that numbers dont make great cars, yes corvette may be SLIGHTLY ahead of the nsx, but hey ive been blow away by little ***** ass civics that pump enough nos to blow a hole in the atmosphere, but does it make them better cars? HELL NAH, i laugh at the site of corvettes and oh yeah CAMAROS hahaha, they are WANNA be super cars, yes they pack a punch, but they remind me of mike tyson, if the fight goes for more than 3 rounds HE IS OUT like a lil *****....
    SO i ask you guys an honest question, if i gave you the option of an NSX or a Corvette which one would YOU rather get, and please answer honestly.
    Oh and here is my NSX reaching 146 MPH in fourth gear at 8000 rpm, roughly the top speed of the corvette, only i have 1 more gear left i bet i could top off 170 EASILY.... CAN UR SILLY CORVETTE DO THIS? i think not... PUH-THETIC!<!-- Signature -->
     
  10. If you would let me have either car for free, I would get the NSX because it is pretty rare and is worth more. If I had to pick a car to race with I would get the vette.

    The corvettes top speed isn't anywhere near 146, its something like 166.

    g2g, more to come later.
     
  11. #86 Vette_Pro, Aug 9, 2002
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    The 2002 Corvette Z06 can come close to 180 according to numerous reports. 174 is the official speed posted by Chevrolet, but most agree that its somewhat undderated. A Corvette Coupe (non-Z06) can easily get up into the 170s also.

    And about this whole engine size thing. People say we cannot get much HP out of our engines, but what about torque? The standard Corvette gets 300lbs-ft of it's torque form just 1000rpm. Thats simply impossible from a low displacement engine. The NSX only gets 227 at it's peak. And the Dodge Viper can break traction from 3rd gear in a standing start. High displacement American engines dont gobble gas because they can operate effectively at very low RPM, something that a small engines need alot of help with. Without variable valve timing, cars such as the VTECH Civic and S2000 probaly wouldnt be able to move from idle because they need it to deliver low RPM torque, as the engine simply doesnt make it on it's own.

    And as for the NSX beeing able to come close to the Vette with so much less power, power isnt the only thing that goes into acceleration. Beeing mid-engined, the NSX probaly has a distinctive advantage during launch and in a few other areas (even though its obviously not enough to catch the Vette).

    And finally, the quality issue. A Corvette can last as long as you want it to, as can any other car. My uncle owns a Mercury Cyclone, and the car is in mint condition, with over 210,000 miles and almost all original parts. All you gotta due is take care of your car. 100,000 mile warranties are only for the idiot that thinks his car can last 40K miles without an oil change or doesnt see the importance in regular inspections and tuneups.

    I personally would rather buy a Corvette than an NSX, and use the saved money to get the Lingenfelter supercharger kit. http://caranddriver.com/xp/Caranddriver/features/2002/april/200204_specialtyfile_lingenfelter.xml

    LINGENFELTER SUPERCHARGED CORVETTE

    Vehicle type: front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 2-passenger, 2-door coupe
    Price as tested: $58,016 (base price*: $58,016)
    Engine type: supercharged pushrod 16-valve V-8, aluminum block and heads, GM/LPE engine-control system with port fuel injection
    Displacement 346 cu in, 5665cc
    Power (mfr.'s claim) 500 bhp @ 6000 rpm
    Torque (mfr.'s claim) 480 lb-ft @ 4600 rpm
    Transmission 6-speed manual
    Wheelbase 104.5 in
    Length 179.7 in
    Curb weight 3341 lb
    Zero to 60 mph 3.7 sec
    Zero to 100 mph 7.7 sec
    Zero to 150 mph 17.9 sec
    Street start, 5-60 mph 4.5 sec
    Standing 1/4-mile 11.7 sec @ 126 mph
    Top speed (C/D est) 197 mph
    Braking, 70-0 mph 161 ft
    Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad 0.97 g
    EPA fuel economy, city driving 18 mpg
    C/D-observed fuel economy 15 mpg
    *Base price includes all performance-enhancing options.

    Not many NSXs can touch that <IMG SRC="http://www.supercars.net/servlets/cMsg/html/emoticons/smile.gif">
     
  12. I don't understand some of the points of the people in these forums. We all know the NSX dosen't really compare to the Vette at all when it comes to performance. Then you get people who start shouting about modifications. You can modify a Civic to compete with a Lamborghini in the quarter mile so what does it matter? Then you get people who talk about NSX's ripping Vettes up on the track and then in the same sentence talk about how they're always beating Vettes in "their" NSX's on the road. Tell me, how do you race in anything except a straight line from light to light on a public street?? Then you get people who say, "well the Vette has a two liter advantage and a larger displacement". SO?? What makes an engine with a large displacement so bad? The Vette still gets 19 mph city and 28 mpg highway. The Ferrari Modena gets 8 mph city and 12 highway with a smaller displacement (but two more cylinders). The NSX is old technology. The car has had the same basic style since like 92' right?? The only advantage it has is that it has a midengine configuration. There is no substitute for hp whether on a road course or on a strip. F1 cars have about as efficient a configuartion as a car could have and they still have gobs of hp. So quit bashing American HP and start accepting our cars are just as good as yours. I also read somewhere that NSX's go through tires like every 4,000 miles. It was a long time ago and have no idea where I read it so take it for what you will.
     
  13. Um yeah sure..... damn caprice can catch up to an nsx.....my ass.. sorry but thats not happening
     
  14. <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from WAY2FAST4YOU</i>
    <b>phoenix is an imbicyle, yes i need to tune my NSX to compete with a car that has over 2L larger engine, however with my LIGHT MODS that increased my horses by maybe 60-63, i tear corvettes left and right with extreme consistency.

    Now, you morons post numbers and forget that numbers dont make great cars, yes corvette may be SLIGHTLY ahead of the nsx, but hey ive been blow away by little ***** ass civics that pump enough nos to blow a hole in the atmosphere, but does it make them better cars? HELL NAH, i laugh at the site of corvettes and oh yeah CAMAROS hahaha, they are WANNA be super cars, yes they pack a punch, but they remind me of mike tyson, if the fight goes for more than 3 rounds HE IS OUT like a lil *****....
    SO i ask you guys an honest question, if i gave you the option of an NSX or a Corvette which one would YOU rather get, and please answer honestly.
    Oh and here is my NSX reaching 146 MPH in fourth gear at 8000 rpm, roughly the top speed of the corvette, only i have 1 more gear left i bet i could top off 170 EASILY.... CAN UR SILLY CORVETTE DO THIS? i think not... PUH-THETIC!</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->
    There's no way that an NSX owner could say something that stupid.<!-- Signature -->
     
  15. <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from Koenigsegg CC</i>
    <b><!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from bigrob</i>
    <b>Straight numbers (AKA facts) thats it, here they come


    NSX 00 model(numbers from the Jan 01 issue of Road and track)

    0-60: 4.9
    1/4 : 13.5
    slalom: 62.10
    skid: 0.92
    base price new: $84,000

    Now for the vette 00 coupe(numbers from the Aug 01 motor trend)

    0-60: 4.2
    1/4: 13.1
    slalom: 64.2
    skid: .90
    base price new: $41,000

    Which is better? the choice is up to you, the number are here and their sources. Styling however is completly objective. But numbers do not lie.
    </b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    I like the Vette and the NSX, but those numbers seem very wrong. The 2001 Corvette Z06 can do the 0-60 in 4.6 seconds and the regular 00 vette coupe does it in 4.7 seconds. The 4.2 seconds that you gave, is more consistent 2002 Z06 "clutch shifting". But your NSX acceleration is right. The Vette is a great bang for the buck, but the only thing that bugs me is the quality factor. The Vette was rated as very poor in quality by the yearly (done in April) Consumer's report magazine and the NSX was rated as excellent. That may be your reason for a higher price tag.</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->
    4.2 for the Corvette isn't far fetched at all. 4.2 is actually the first 0-60 number that Chevrolet released for the Vette. Their best time they've released so far was 4 seconds flat. Unless you're a professional with acceleration shifting, you can expect to get at least 4.4 or 4.5 in average weather, and 4.3 or 4.2 on good days.<!-- Signature -->
     
  16. I've alwatys hated imports, but if you assholes who actually own the damn things want to mock the American Heritage of the Chevrolet Corvette you can take it out with me - with the Phoenix Corvette - and I WILL kick your sorry little ass!! And your shitty NSX sounds like a fly buzzing around your head and the Phoenix Corvette will swat the hell out of it at a dragstrip you panzy! By the way, of course you can beat a stock Corvette with a highly modified NSX; that's what you import freaks need to do to actually be able to compete with us without us embarassing the hell out of you guys!
     
  17. <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from Ferrari4ever123</i>
    <b><!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from SSCamaroSS</i>
    <b>Ferrari your an Ass... The Corvette is 30,000 less yet you get a V-8!! Hey for the .5 faster I would dish out 30,000 less than a stupid V-6!

    I can't believe Japan can make a smaller enigine yet give it the same price as a viper which would blow it out of the water!! And about us not caomparing other cars well THe Camaro SS is a sweet care when compared to other cars in its price range like the Eclipse. Ugh you japs are so concieted.</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    I cant blame you.....

    look at your names SSComaroSS, Mustangs4ever

    you are standard americans with standard typical american attitudes...

    bigger is better...."a stupid V-6!"

    standard american view of everything....wow....hey lemme throw on like 100 more cubes and beat this car which already has like half the displacement yet nearly the same performance....

    ummm...in America 1/4 mile and 0-60 are all that counts....American cars shouldn't come with steering wheels because they dont need to turn !!!</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->


    ok you obviously dont read car mags b/c n all of them that compare the vette to other cars they compare HANDLING too. and who wins the vette. even against the porsche.
     
  18. BMW M, care to post any links to these consumer reports mentioning how shoddy the Corvette is? I wanna see some solid proof that the 2002 Corvette is made of cheap plastic. I wanna see some proof that the Corvette has such poor build quality and reliability.

    And even as a rare exotic, the NSX is still damn expensive. Ever hear of the Lotus Espirit V8? Howabout the Porsche 911 Carerra? Or the Dodge Viper? All exotics, all rare, and all cost less than the NSX..
     
  19. Very true BMW, but the fact is that this forum was started to say that in terms of performance, the NSX was better. The argument has been primarily about that.<!-- Signature -->
     
  20. sorry about thie length of that last post, if you didnt read and you are curious, i told WAY2FAST that he is an arrogant moron, and proved it. thats all.
     
  21. <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from BMW M</i>
    <b>The amount of stupidity that exists in this forum is unreal. Both the Corvette and the NSX are great cars but I'm sick and tired of all the idiots who say "why would you pay $90,000 when the Corvette can smoke it for cheaper?" Well here's the answer to your moronic question:

    Did you idiots ever stop and think that people buy cars for other reasons than just going .3 seconds faster than the next guy? The NSX costs more simply because more effort and quality went into making the car compared to that of the Corvette. GM uses cheap plastic for its interior finish while Honda/Acura uses exotic leather for a premium interior finish. The NSX also has a more reliable suspension compared to that of the Corvette. In Consumer Reports Auto Magazine, the NSX was rated as Exceptional in reliablity and quality (exceptional being the highest rating possible) while the Corvette got a "poor" rating for reliability and quality (poor being the lowest rating possible). On top of all this, the NSX is far more rare than the largely availbable Corvette. How many NSXs do you see on the road compared to the abundant Corvettes. If any of you had any recollection of economics you would understand that the more rare something is, the higher the price range must be in order to prevent shortages from excess demand. Also, due to the fact that the NSX is more exotic, it also has a much higher resale value. So for the reason that the NSX has reliability, premium luxury, and value retention compared to the Corvette's poor reliability, cheap plastic interior, and higher depreciation the NSX is priced higher and is worth more than the cheaply priced Corvette. Like I said, the Corvette does outperform the NSX but the NSX is a far more exotic and reliable automobile.</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->
    1.)I never heard of an unreliable suspension. Are you serious?

    2.)It's true that more people buy Corvettes. Are you saying that that's evidence of inferiority?

    3.)I hope to buy a used NSX someday. I've been reading the ads. I'm quite pleased to see that they don't hold their value very well.<!-- Signature -->
     
  22. <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from WAY2FAST4YOU</i>
    <b>phoenix is an imbicyle, yes i need to tune my NSX to compete with a car that has over 2L larger engine, however with my LIGHT MODS that increased my horses by maybe 60-63, i tear corvettes left and right with extreme consistency.

    Now, you morons post numbers and forget that numbers dont make great cars, yes corvette may be SLIGHTLY ahead of the nsx, but hey ive been blow away by little ***** ass civics that pump enough nos to blow a hole in the atmosphere, but does it make them better cars? HELL NAH, i laugh at the site of corvettes and oh yeah CAMAROS hahaha, they are WANNA be super cars, yes they pack a punch, but they remind me of mike tyson, if the fight goes for more than 3 rounds HE IS OUT like a lil *****....
    SO i ask you guys an honest question, if i gave you the option of an NSX or a Corvette which one would YOU rather get, and please answer honestly.
    Oh and here is my NSX reaching 146 MPH in fourth gear at 8000 rpm, roughly the top speed of the corvette, only i have 1 more gear left i bet i could top off 170 EASILY.... CAN UR SILLY CORVETTE DO THIS? i think not... PUH-THETIC!</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->


    You sir, are an idiot. I do not know why you drive that car, but there is no way that i want you, who knows nothing but what your uninformed ignorant and closed minded opinion is, to be anywhere near me on the road.

    Both the NSX and the vette were designed with basically the same purpose in mind, fast bad ass cars that handle. The difference is that over here in amereica most of us like to have our power all the way through the rpm range as opposed to just the top, that is why we choose to make higher displacement engines. HP/L which is what you are talking about "with a 2L bigger engine" is a recdiculous argument. It doesnt hold any water when comparing to performance cars unless they are entering a displacement limited race. Displacement differences arise from different engineering styles trying to reach the same goal.

    Honda created the NSX using the top of their tech at the time and it is a good car, GM made the vette using pretty close to the top of their tech, and it is a better car performance wise and handling wise.

    didnt you earlier, on page three, say that you had not modified your car yet? i seriously doubt that this has changed in the last 48 hours or so. And you also admitted earlier that you lose to vettes on the drag, and if i remember correctly you said "if i was going to race i would choose the vette" So what is it man? Make up your mind and quit waffling like a god damn politician.

    You laugh at the sight of corvettes huh? That is one of the most ignorant things that you have said yet. you have admitted to the vette being the superior performance car, yet you still find them funny? I guess seeing all those tail lights would get a little humorous, i mean i would laugh at myself as well if i kept making the same mistake over and over (losing races to vettes). And you can laugh at the camaro all that you want, it isnt even in the same league as the vette and the NSX, yet somehow, the camaro keeps up pretty damn well, and with the 1LE suspesion found on the SS models, it doesnt stay too far behind at the track either. But for a car that is about 50,000 less than your NSX i dont expect to beat it. But you can laugh if you really want to to compare yourself and your car to the camaro level.

    146="roughly the top speed of the vette" to you huh? #$%#ing retard. Do you not read any of the previous posts in the this forum, do you not do any research at all to back up your claims? Holy SH*T man, i seriously doubt that you have ever even been to the track let alone lit up your tires in front of the tree. As it has been stated in this forum many times allready the base model vette tops out at 173 according to GM and 170 acording to motortrend, that is about 2 mph faster than your NSX is claimed to go 168 by honda. Oh and you wanna hear something else that is pretty interesting? Your NSX gets its acceleration numbers partially due to engineering but alot due to its 4.06 final drive ratio. The vette runs stock with a 6 speed as 3.41, i think the NSX is slightly taller here waht about you? Oh yeah, your shitty midengined overpriced underpowered overhyped pussy wagon only has a 5 speed?!?!?!@?!? HAHAHAHAH and you call the vette PUH-THETIC, riiiiiiiiight.

    you know i cant figure something out about you, either you are a trust fund baby who hasnt had to work a day in his life, or you are an deranged retarded old man having a midlife crisis. I dont know which, but either way you need to wake up and realise some facts. The vette is a better performance car, it costs less and does more. If your beef with the vette is non performanc elike styling that that is fine, but you should say so and stick to that argument instead of changing your platform of argument every other post. You lie too much on this forum to be trusted anymore and you have no bearing on reality outside of your twisted little head. Go to the track, run some vettes get your ass kicked and post your time sheet, then maybe we might believe you, as for now, get your ignorant flagwaving head out of your ass and go learn something about cars, then you can try to sound intelligent on these forums.
     
  23. Hey big rob, i have no beef with the corvette, im just trying to arouse debate by making some comments that i might not stand behind 100% Like i said before i respect the vette 100%, it is a great performer for the dollars, ONLY AN IDIOT WOULD ARGUE ABOUT THAT because the numbers are on the paper. If i was a pure racer, basically take the car to the strip and home i would take the vette, however i am not a pro racer, i drive to college, to work and home and on weekends at times i take it to amateur night at the local stadium. Yes you're right i am a trust fund baby, and after i got burned bad a few times by the competition i modified the car slightly, and now i am able not only to compete but OUT PERFORM The vette in the 1/8 and 1/4 mile, even ocassionaly keep up with the z06 until 4 gear when i just get over powered.

    NO DOUBT, THE VETTE IS AN AWESOME CAR HANDS DOWN BEST PERFORMER FOR THE MONEY.... BUT FORGET THE NUMBERS FOR A MINUTE AND TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE THINGS THAT CANT BE DESCRIBED BY NUMBERS, LIKE PRESTIGE, RELIABILITY AND LONGEVITY...SO I ASK YOU ONE MORE TIME WHICH ONE IS THE BETTER CAR!?<!-- Signature -->
     
  24. PRESTIGE?? A car with 50 years of history vs. a car that every respectable automobile magazine (Automobile, Sportscar) says has been in need of a major rehaul for the last 5 years?? Hmm, that's hard....<!-- Signature -->
     
  25. <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from bigrob</i>
    <b>Straight numbers (AKA facts) thats it, here they come


    NSX 00 model(numbers from the Jan 01 issue of Road and track)

    0-60: 4.9
    1/4 : 13.5
    slalom: 62.10
    skid: 0.92
    base price new: $84,000

    Now for the vette 00 coupe(numbers from the Aug 01 motor trend)

    0-60: 4.2
    1/4: 13.1
    slalom: 64.2
    skid: .90
    base price new: $41,000

    Which is better? the choice is up to you, the number are here and their sources. Styling however is completly objective. But numbers do not lie.
    </b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->numbers dont lie stupid nsx owner,if you even have one,and if you really do,i apologize for you uninformed idioticy in purchasing that car thinking it was a "big boy" and it is "fast" you want a big boy look at the z06...biggest boy on the block.....11 second quarter...0-60 in 4 seconds flat(according to car and driver 2002 new car guide)and also for the 2002 zo6 a n active suspension was added making it corner better:p
     

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