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1984 - 1996 Corvette
The fourth-generation Corvette was created with a clean sheet of paper, and it looked the part, with a completely new design inside and out. Cross-Fire injection was first offered, but 1985 and later cars were fitted with the superior L98 350 V8 with Tuned-Port Injection, and convertibles returned in 1986 after an 11-year absence.

The space-age LED instrument panel can be problematic and expensive to repair, and working on these modern, computer-controlled cars is hardly for shade tree mechanics, although most components are still available. Convertibles and the ZR-1 models are the most desirable; while the ‘88 Corvette Challenge models and the ‘96 Grand Sport are most collectible.
Pricing Details by Keith Martin
Generation Info Rating
Years Made1984-1996 ReliabilityReliability
Number Made358,180 Maintenance CostsMaintenance Costs
Max Power205 hp hp to 405 hp Parts and SupportParts and Support
Max Speed125-158 Market AppealMarket Appeal
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