The Chevrolet Equinox: Perfect For Moms


Life can throw curve balls at times; be prepared for whatever life brings with the 2017 Chevrolet Equinox. Moms are always on the go. Whether you’re driving to and from school, practice, tournaments, or the movies, this SUV can get the job done quickly, effectively, and safely. So why is the Chevrolet Equinox the perfect SUV for busy Moms?


  1. The Equinox is comfortable. This Chevrolet folds, flexes and fits. When it’s space you need, the Equinox has you covered. The Multi-Flex sliding rear seat slides back to give you 39.9 inches of rear leg room. The seats also fold down to create 63.7 cubic feet of cargo space.
  2. The Equinox prevents, protects and responds. Features such as forward collision alert, rear cross traffic alert, rear vision camera, side blind zone alert and more help Moms remain attentive to traffic, keeping everyone safe at all times.
  3. The Equinox features top-of-the-line technology. Equinox offers available state-of-the-art technology designed to keep you connected and entertained every time you drive. Control the music on your iPhone with steering wheel-mounted controls along with Siri Eyes Free.
  4. The Equinox has great gas mileage. Whether you’re looking to get more out of every gallon or need to tow some serious weight, Equinox has two engine options to help you get the most out of your journey.  Savings are bountiful in this SUV. Get up to 31 mpg on the highway and enjoy the benefits of the Eco Mode to maximize efficiency!

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Looking forward to getting you and your family into a new Chevrolet Equinox? Visit us at Parks Chevrolet in Charlotte, Kernersville, or Huntersville today.


Colorado ZR2 Pickups Released

 The wait is over for the Colorado ZR2 Pickups! Initial deliveries of the highly anticipated 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 pickup have finally begun.


“The Colorado ZR2 really caught our attention with its built-in versatility and the high-speed, off-road potential of the Multimatic DSSV dampers. We love the ground clearance, ride stability, departure and break over angles of the ZR2, and the inherent light weight and maneuverability of its midsize package. It should be a great platform for us to build an off-road desert-racing truck,” said Chad Hall of Hall Racing.


As with all Chevrolet trucks, the Colorado ZR2 is built with durability in mind, including a fully boxed frame, roll-formed high-strength steel bed and Duralife brake rotors. The ZR2 is officially on sale in dealerships nationwide, joining the award-winning Colorado midsize pickup family.


Looking into purchasing your very own ZR2 Pickup? We welcome you to visit us at Parks Chevrolet in Charlotte, Kernersville, or Huntersville today.

Tahoe and Suburban Special Editions Coming Soon


The new Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban combine strength and luxury together effortlessly. The special edition sporty trucks are available with all-new packages. The Tahoe RST package includes 420hp, 6.2L V-8 engine, Magnetic Ride Control with performance calibration, and an all-new Hydra-Matic 10L80 10-speed automatic transmission. “Chevrolet has continually invested in Tahoe and Suburban, developing models with varying combinations of capability, technology, and performance to meet the needs of different customers. The RST is designed for customers who want a street performance look without sacrificing capability or refinement, along with the option of increased performance as well” said Sandor Piszar, Chevrolet Truck Marketing director. Chevrolet has been the best-selling full-size SUV brand for 42 years. Today, Tahoe and Suburban are the top two vehicles in the segment. They also account for 49.3 percent of retail sales, or nearly one out of every two full-size SUVs Americans bought in 2016. Tahoe and Suburban customers are also the most loyal owners in the segment, with 79 percent of owners replacing their vehicle with another Tahoe or Suburban. Here at Parks Chevrolet, we are ecstatic to present our customers with the new Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban models in the fall of 2017.


Looking to get behind the wheel of your very own Chevrolet? We welcome you to visit us at  Parks Chevrolet in Charlotte, Kernersville, or Huntersville today.


5 Tips For Surviving Potholes


Springtime is here and summer is near. For many of you, it means spring break road trips and summertime adventures, but what does it mean for your vehicle? Cold weather leaves behind pothole-filled roads that can damage your vehicle and cost you money. Take a look at a few tips and tricks to help save you both time and money.


  1. Look Ahead and Slow Down – Pothole season can do damage, but being alert can help you avoid potholes. Look ahead and scan for potential potholes and avoid them when you can safely do so. If you cannot avoid them, slow down. Hitting a pothole at a higher speed increases the likelihood of damage to your vehicle.


  1. Know What to Look For – Potholes can cause more than just tire damage. Damage can also be done to tire rims, exhaust systems, alignment, and more. If you hear your car making noises, feel it pulling in one direction or think it’s operating irregularly, be sure to take it to a professional to be assessed.


  1. Watch Out for Water – Hiding beneath puddles can be even deeper potholes. After rain, it’s best to avoid puddles that pose a risk to more damaging potholes.


  1. Check your tire pressure – Properly inflating your tires can make a significant difference in avoiding damage caused by potholes. Maintaining the manufacturer’s recommended tire pressure is key. If your tires are underinflated, a pothole can cause a rupture. Overinflated tires are also more susceptible to damage from a pothole.


  1. Be Prepared – Make sure there’s a car jack and a lug wrench in your vehicle and that the spare tire is inflated to its proper pressure in case you need to change a flat.



Stay safe and prepared all year round with Chevrolet.


Looking to get behind the wheel of your very own Chevrolet? We welcome you to visit us at  Parks Chevrolet in Charlotte, Kernersville, or Huntersville today.