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Chevy has been a part of domestic car culture and a dominating force even in foreign markets. Originally started by Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant on Nov. 3rd, 1911 the company has been dedicated to the slogan “a car for every purse and purpose”. Chevy has been the volume sales leader for the General Motors vehicle manufacturing company and was designed to compete with Ford’s model T. Chevy over as the highest car seller in the United States by 1929.
Sold as both traditional gas and electric versions the spark is one of the most sought after city cars in America. With the small size, high MPG, and inexpensive price point the Spark gets the job done and is easy on the budget. Currently in its fourth generation the Spark has sold nearly 250,000 units since 2012.
The Spark features a front wheel drive power system and comes in a 1 liter and 1.4 liter engine size. With an even longer international track record the Spark has been a favorite for those who want some of the best miles per gallon and the lowest monthly payments.
The Sonic is available in both a sedan and hatchback and is outfitted with a variety of 4 cylinder motors. Offered with both a 5 speed manual or 6 speed automatic transmission the Sonic is known for great miles per gallon, most space than the Spark, and a quieter ride.
Available at different trim levels options for power door locks, power windows, alloy wheels, USB connectivity and remote start are available. As the replacement for the Aveo the Sonic the Sonic is available with both the 1.4 and 1.8 liter engine configurations.
The Cruze compact car was aimed at delivering a car that consumers would buy because they love it, not just because it is inexpensive. Featuring MacPherson struts, a 65% high strength steel body, and a solid torsion beam axle the Cruze is more rigid and has a better ride than many competitors. The car has standard electronic stability control, 10 airbags, and is available with both a 5 speed manual and 6 speed automatic transmissions.
Currently in the second generation of production both the first and second generation Cruze feature modern styling. Available in the standard trim levels from Chevrolet car buyers can find the LS, LT, and LTZ packages that range from the basic to vehicles with leather and remote start.
The Cobalt was introduced in the 2004 and 2005 model years and was built on GM’s Delta Platform. Having sold nearly a million units between 2004 and 2011 the Cobalt featured both 2 and 4 door configurations.
The Cobalt also featured various sizes of 4 cylinder motors and averaged about 24 miles per gallon. With various LS, LT, LTZ, and special edition packages the available options that can be found are wide and mixed.
The Malibu name plate is one of the longest running names in automotive history. Originally a trim level available on the famous Chevy Chevelle this midsized car had its start in 1964. A new generation of Malibus started again in 1997 and the vehicle is currently in the 9th generation of production.
The majority of Malibus feature various sizes of a inline 4 cylinder motor. Standard equipment on Malibus were designed to provide consumers with the best of both worlds, comfort and affordability.
The Impala is a automotive and cultural icon and has been around since 1958. Named after the nimble African antelope the Impala is known for being Chevy’s full size and best equipped passenger vehicle. Currently in its 10th generation Impalas can be found with a variety of engine sizes, horsepower outputs, and a wealthy of various technological and comfort features.
The redesigned Chevy Impala was introduced in 2014 and quickly garnished attention and admiration from the public and even earned a 95 out of 100 with the prestigious Consumer Reports. Found in the standard LS, LT, and LTZ trim levels the Impala can be found with a variety of equipment including sunroofs, heated seats, air conditioned seats, and driver alert packages.
The Chevy Camaro needs little introduction as its status as one of the original muscles cars and heros of American automotive history. The introduction of the Camaro was in 1966 and was designed to give Ford’s Mustang a run for its money. The new body style having been released in 2010 the Chevy Camaro is available with both 4 cylinder, 6 cylinder, and the famous 8 cylinder powerhouse motor.
The Camaro was produced with a line up that includes the LS, LT, SS, and ZL1. The LS and LT packages feature the powerful 3.6L 6 cylinder engine producing 323hp. The SS Camaro boats the even more powerful 6.2L V8 engine that produces a whopping 420hp. Last but certainly not least the ZL1 is the rare breed and most powerful Camaro ever made. It features the 6.2L V8 which has been supercharged to produce upwards of 580hp.
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