The vehicle industry has been plagued by markups over the previous two years.

Prices for secondhand cars skyrocketed as a result of scarcities and rising demand.

As a result, new automobiles have witnessed steep price increases to make up for the shortage of supply.

Despite the prevalence of dealer markups today, the markup on the 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06 at one Chevy dealership

How much is excessive? I have a feeling we are getting close to it.

Leave it to a Chevrolet dealership in Florida to want $100,000 more than MRSP for a Corvette.

 It's not the fact that dealers are marking up the Z06 outrageously since manufacturing is so far behind schedule

Although the 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06 isn't yet available, buyers have had trouble finding the previous versions.

 So it's expected that the trendy trim in the most recent model would sell like hotcakes. 

The price of the flamboyant Z06 variant is predicted to be between $85,000 and $90,000. 

That isn't cheap, but given the performance, it's still the Corvette's most alluring feature

If we disregard the MSRP and consider the Corvette Z06 in its abstract form, this increased pricing isn't all that outlandish.

After all, the 5.5-liter V8 engine that powers the mid-mounted vehicle and generates 670

I don't know what else to call it if that doesn't sound like a $190,000 automobile.