Originally Posted by 2012-1822
That's what I'm getting at. I don't really know how insurance wants to value the car. But I think from what I've seen that low mileage 2012 ZL1s have been selling at/near/possibly below invoice on new ones. They seemed to have held a little value in this short term. So I'm saying, there shouldn't be that much difference between the insurance payout and the actual dealer cost on a new one. I mean if that dealer is going to drag his own name through the mud over $500 then that's his problem.
Yea, I'm thinking the dealer will probably have to give up just a couple of thousands more to get a new 12 or 13 ZL1 for the OP.