Chevy’s wide line of automobiles includes vehicles made to suit just about any lifestyle or need, as evidenced by the Detroit automaker’s SUV products. Case in point: The Chevy Equinox and the Chevy Trax each offer great reliability and safety, along with features targeted to specific needs and interests of consumers. A head-to-head comparison of
Monthly Archives: October 2017
Chevy’s been on a roll lately, consistently producing improved cars, trucks, and SUVs, including its Malibu and Cruze sedans. Indiana car buyers searching for a new sedan may find themselves torn between Chevy’s 2018 Malibu or Cruze when visiting their local Chevy dealer. Both cars offer exceptional features and reliability, so the decision will largely
To say trucks are the powerhouse of the Chevy brand is a bit of an understatement—Chevy’s truck segment is a sales juggernaut, selling more vehicles on their own than some major auto manufacturers’ entire product lines. Consider this: In 2016, Chevy trucks alone sold more vehicles than all of Hyundai and Volkswagens cars and SUVs.
Chevy trucks have truly stood the test of time, as next year the auto manufacturer will celebrate 100 years of producing the vehicles farmers, builders, and other workers rely on every day. The company will soon launch special centennial editions of its popular Silverado and Colorado trucks. Chevy dealers around the U.S. will also have