There are so many great perks to getting behind the wheel of a Chevrolet. The new 2018 Chevrolet Equinox is the perfect example of the brand’s quality. The Equinox is a redesigned compact SUV that expresses sculpted designs much like the Volt, Malibu and Cruze. The vehicle’s denim-styled fabric is known to be durable and prepared to take on anything that is thrown, dropped, or spilled. That’s not all that there is to love about the 2018 Equinox. Take a look at the top 3 reasons you’ll enjoy driving the Equinox!
- The safety features are the best of the best and are sure to give you peace of mind for the road ahead. Safety Alert Seat, Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking and Surround Vision will give drivers a new sense of comfort while traveling.
- The new engine in the Equinox is the first of its kind. The all-turbocharged multi-engine propulsion system lineup (including a segment-exclusive turbo-diesel offering a GM-estimated 40mpg on the highway) is sure to save you time, gas and money.
- The standard active noise cancellation is wonderful for when driving down busy streets. Tune out and move forward without the distractions of the outside world!
The 2018 Chevrolet Equinox is a great way to change the way you get around town any day, any time!
Interested in getting behind the wheel of a 2018 Chevrolet Equinox? We welcome you to visit us at Parks Chevrolet in Charlotte, Kernersville, or Huntersville today.
The 2018 Corvette GS has a unique exterior that is specifically made for the Corvette GS. The Z06-style grille, as well as wider fenders and rear quarter panels to accommodate a wider track compliment the Chevrolet so well. Under the hood is a LT1 V-8 engine rated at 460 hp that will take drivers to a whole new level of freedom behind the wheel. The 2018 Corvette also offers a five-position Drive Mode Selector that tailors 12 vehicle attributes to fit the driver’s environment. Safety is always the top priority when building a Chevrolet. The new Corvette GS now has four standard airbags along with side-impact airbags, active handling with electronic stability control, standard rear-vision camera, front curb-view cameras, and a top-of-the-line tire pressure monitoring system with run-flat tires.
Interested in getting behind the wheel of the 2018 Chevrolet Corvette GS? We encourage you to visit us at Parks Chevrolet in Charlotte, Kernersville, or Huntersville today.
The evolution of the Chevrolet Bolt EV is absolutely mind blowing. New technologically advanced features have enhanced the performance of its electric engine. The 2017 Bolt EV offers an EPA-estimated 238 miles of range on a single charge. Impressive? We think so! Standard features include electronic precision shift, Regen on Demand steering wheel paddle, 10.2-inch-diagonal color touchscreen and an 8-year/100,000-mile battery and propulsion system limited warranty. The top-trim Premier model adds leather-appointed seats, front and rear heated seats, Surround Vision, Rear Camera Mirror and more. Driving is blissful in the Bolt EV.
“Everyone who rides in it just loves it. It’s very modern-feeling and so easy to drive … I’m very happy with my Bolt EV,” exclaimed owner Maria Mraz of San Francisco, California.
The starting price is $37,495 before federal tax incentives of up to $7,500 depending upon individual tax situation. Don’t miss out on savings with the Bolt EV!
Interested in taking the 2017 Bolt EV to the test? We welcome you to visit us at Parks Chevrolet in Charlotte, Kernersville, or Huntersville today.
Chevrolet has been part of the NASCAR scene for decads. The brand has tackled the race track at the NASCAR Cup Series. One of Chevrolet’s latest creations, the Camaro ZL1, is now the new racecar for Monster Energy.
“Chevrolet, Camaro and ZL1 are all synonymous with winning, both on and off the track. We are thrilled to run Camaro in NASCAR next year, with the time-honored and track-tested ZL1 badge, and we’re just as excited for our drivers, teams, fans and customers,” said Mark Reuss, Executive Vice President of GM Global Product Development.
The Camaro ZL1 brings a new, track-focused legacy to NASCAR. The ZL1 name was originally presented to the public in the 1960s on a Chevrolet-developed all-aluminum racing engine that became a dominating force in road racing. In 1969, a few enterprising dealers used Chevrolet’s special-order system to get the ZL1 engine installed in 69 regular-production Camaros. The cars became instant legends on the street and dragstrip. There’s no feeling like the thrill of getting into the cockpit of the Camaro ZL1.
Interested in testing hopping behind the wheel of your own high-performance Camaro? We welcome you to visit us at Parks Chevrolet in Charlotte, Kernersville, or Huntersville today.