All About Chevrolet Vehicles
With slogans like “An American Revolution”, “The Heartbeat in America”, and “See the USA in your Chevrolet”, there is no doubt that Chevrolet (a subdivision of GM) represents the red, white and blue like no other brand. Did you know that Chevrolet, Or Chevy as it is more commonly known, is one the most rapidly growing companies in the industry, with sales in 130 countries, and offers more choices than any other US manufacturer? It also tops the “best in class” fuel saving category in as many as five different market segments?
Let’s take a look at some of the most popular Chevrolet models, makes and prices. The Cobalt runs around USD $19,000. It is available in the LS or the LT, and even SS models. The Cobalt matches up to many of the popular economical Japanese brands. Its strong features are: front wheel drive, four cylinder engine, good gas mileage, and two transmissions to choose from. Next in price range is the Impala, costing about USD $25,000. The Impala is available in the LS model, the LT, 2LT, the fully loaded LTZ model, and the high performance SS. The Impala is a full-size sedan equipped with antilock brakes, traction control, front seat side airbags and side curtain airbags. The beach seat on the Impala allows you to comfortably seat six passengers, so this is a great family car. At the top of the price list lays the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 at about $30,000. Designed primarily for farmers, construction workers and business owners, this model is known for its durability and long life of hauling heavy equipment and merchandise. It is available in a wide range of body styles and trims. The SS version is designed for fast performance with a V8 engine, bucket seats and a sleek body. If you are in need of a vehicle with power and charge, the Silverado is the truck for you. You can even select the power train to fit your exact needs.
When it comes to getting your Chevy insured, you have tons of options to make sure your patriotic (and most likely oversized) vehicle is protected. There is a standard Chevrolet insurance which covers entry level models such as the Aveo, Cobalt or Malibu, or a high performance Chevrolet car insurance that covers more expensive models like: Corvette, Camaro, Impalas, and the Silverado. Using sites on the Internet you can get an exact price for your Chevrolet auto insurance based on your make and model. Remember, maintaining a good driving record will help lower premiums on your Chevrolet auto insurance.
Chevy brought the Cobalt to market in 2005, and it has since scored the highest rating of “Good” in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) frontal offset test. Its 2005-2010 models with optional side airbags have scored an IIHS rating of “Acceptable” in side impact tests, which attribute to the ability of owners to…
The new 2010 Chevrolet Equinox has hit the market like a storm recently and with the many features and entertainment options it offers, it is no wonder. This crossover vehicle is one of the quietest to date thanks to its laminated glass which was designed to help keep noise out while traveling, and the refined…
When the first Impala was introduced in 1958, America would receive one of its most popular models of automobile. In both 1964 and 1965, over one million Impalas were sold within the US, a record which still has not been broken. The classic models with the trademark six taillights were sold between 1958 and 1985…