Sometimes getting the vehicle you want is just out of reach because of pricing – and you prefer not to lease. Chevrolet took that into consideration with its 2014 Chevy Equinox 2LT, which is available at Classic Chevy. You can get this crossover for a reasonable price – and you’ll be getting exactly what you want in an SUV.
The 2014 Equinox features a 2.4-liter engine with spark ignition direct injection and variable valve timing. It is backed by a six-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. This combination makes 182 horsepower at 6,700 rpm and 172 pound-feet of torque at 4,900 rpm. The 3.23 gear helps to give the Equinox some power from a dead stop.
Safety and security features include brake assist, hill start assist, four-wheel antilock disc brakes, daytime running lights, tire pressure monitoring system, traction control, StabiliTrak electronic stability control system and OnStar, which includes six months of Automatic Crash Response, Directions and Connections, Stolen Vehicle Assistance, turn-by-turn navigation and roadside assistance.
Airbags include dual stage frontal airbags with a passenger-sensing system, Thorax side-impact seat-mounted airbags, head curtain and side front and rear airbags for the outboard seating positions.
Convenience features include deluxe front heated bucket seats, power lumbar for the driver’s seat, a front center console with covered storage, rear center armrest with cup holders, leather-wrapped steering wheel with mounted cruise and audio control, a tilt and telescopic steering column, express down on all four door windows, programmable power door locks, remote keyless entry, panic button, illuminated entry, remote start, rear vision camera, theft deterrent system, automatic climate control, rear window defogger, four auxiliary 12-volt power outlets, and a driver information center.
The driver information center includes vehicle information menu, trip information menu and a compass display. Menu items include tire pressure, oil life, two trip meters, average fuel economy, fuel range, average vehicle speed and instant fuel economy.
Additional features include a self-dimming rearview mirror, illuminated vanity mirrors for the driver and front passenger, front and rear assist handles and interior lighting with theatre-dimming, center-mounted dome, cargo area lights, map lights and ambient lighting on the center stack surround and center console cup holders.
Stop by Classic Chevrolet to learn more about the safety, security, entertainment and convenience features of the Equinox 2LT and to take a test drive.
Sometimes, you just have to have that second vehicle – or third… and it has to be something special. If you’re ready to get your dream car, stop by Classic Chevy to test drive the 2015 Chevrolet Camaro. The 2015 model year features a 7.0-liter engine backed by a six-speed manual transmission.
The engine features a dry sump oil system. It makes 505 horsepower at 6,100 rpm and 481 pound-feet of torque at 4,800 rpm. The transmission is mated to a limited slip differential with a 3.91 gear ratio. Stopping power is provided by Brembo four-wheel ABS disc brakes, six-piston performance calipers in the front and four-piston performance calipers in the rear.
Safety and security features include StabiliTrak, including traction control, daytime running lamps, Directions and Connections for six months, dual-stage frontal airbags, thorax side-impact airbags, driver and front passenger airbags, head curtain side impact airbags, front and rear outboard seating side airbags and a passenger sensing system.
Additional features include the LATCH system for child safety seats, a tire pressure monitoring system, and a trunk emergency release handle. The Directions and Connections plan includes automatic crash response, roadside assistance, stolen vehicle assistance and turn-by-turn navigation.
The easy-to-clean seats feature leather and sueded microfiber inserts, a floor console, armrest, a driver’s side dead pedal, alloy pedals, a three-spoke sueded microfiber-wrapped flat bottom tilt and telescopic steering wheel, driver information center, remote keyless entry, express up and down windows, cruise control with steering wheel-mounted controls, an air filtration system, trunk release, theft deterrent system, locking glove box, power outlets and a rear window defogger.
Additional features include cup holders, map pockets, vanity mirrors for the driver and passenger, front reading lamps, halogen headlights, intermittent wipers and power adjustable door mirrors.
The Camaro features an AM/FM stereo, CD player, MP3 playback, Graphic Information display, music navigator, auxiliary jack, SiriusXM radio and Bluetooth. The radio controls are also mounted on the steering wheel.
Stop by Classic Chevrolet today to test drive the Chevy Camaro and to learn more about all of the standard features and available options.
If you are in the market for a Suburban with all of the bells and whistles, stop by Classic Chevy to test drive the 2015 Chevrolet Suburban 4WD LTZ. This four-wheel drive model features tons of safety equipment and technology to keep your family safer while on the road.
Security and safety features include four-wheel antilock disc brakes, OnStar and an automatic occupant sensing system for the airbag. The sensing system determines whether there is a passenger in the front seat and whether that passenger is a child. Additional airbags include front driver and passenger frontal and side impact airbags and seat-mounted side impact and head curtain side impact airbags for all rows. The Suburban also features StabiliTrak, a stability control system with traction control and brake assist.
Additional features include a rear vision camera, front and rear parking assist, a rear cross traffic alert sensor indicator, side blind zone alert with lane change alert, forward collision alert sensor indicator, lane departure warning, safety alert seat, the LATCH system for child seats and a tire pressure monitoring system.
Convenience features include heated and cooled power front seats. The driver’s seat has 12 positions and the passenger seat has six positions. The driver seat has two memory positions, four-way power lumbar and power recline. The second row bucket seats are also heated. The third row is a 60/40 split bench with power fold.
The floor console features storage, cup holders, an SD card slot and an auxiliary jack. The steering column is features power tilt and telescoping features, a leather-wrapped, heated steering wheel and theft deterrent locking feature. The steering wheel also features mounted audio, cruise and driver information controls.
The door locks are power programmable and feature lockout protection. Additionally, the Silverado features passive entry, remote keyless entry and remote vehicle start. The windows are all power and all have express down. The front windows also feature express up. The cruise control is electronic with set and resume, though you can order adaptive cruise control. The brake and gas pedal are power adjustable.
Furthermore, the Silverado features tri-zone automatic climate control with individual setting for the driver, right front passenger and rear passengers. The rear window features a defogger.
For a complete list of features and additional options, stop by Classic Chevrolet to take the 2015 Suburban for a test drive.
If you are in the market for a convertible coupe, stop by Classic Chevy to test drive the 2014 Corvette Stingray Z51 3LT convertible. The ‘Vette features a 6.2-liter V-8 engine backed by a seven-speed manual transmission with active rev matching and Z51 performance ratios. This combination puts out 455 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 460 pound-feet of torque at 4,600 rpm.
Additional mechanical features include a dry sump oil system, an electronic limited slip rear, a rear differential cooler, the Z51 performance suspension, performance four-wheel ABS brakes and speed-sensitive steering with variable ratio.
Safety features include active handling stability control, all-speed traction control, a rear vision camera, several airbags, daytime running lights and OnStar. The OnStar includes six months of Directions and Connections, which includes automatic crash response, roadside assistance, stolen vehicle assistance and turn-by-turn navigation.
Interior features include GT bucket seats, the 3LT interior trim, eight-way adjustable driver’s and front passenger’s seat, heated and ventilated front seats, Napa leather, a leather-wrapped instrument panel and a floor console with covered cup holders, USB ports, auxiliary power outlet, auxiliary input jack, SD card slot and storage.
Additional interior features include a power tilt and telescopic three-spoke, leather-wrapped steering wheel, a color driver information center, head-up display with color readouts, driver information center, navigation, oil life monitoring system, programmable door locks, keyless access and push button start, express up and down windows, cruise control, engine immobilizer, dual-zone with automatic climate control, rear window defroster, illuminated vanity mirror, and an auto-dimming rear rearview mirror.
Exterior features include silver-painted aluminum 19-inch wheels in the front and 20-inch wheels in the back, a power folding convertible top with remote control, glass rear window, and Solar-Ray light-tinted glass.
Entertainment features include an 8-inch diagonal color touch screen display, Chevrolet MyLink, Bluetooth, smart phone integration, MP3 playback, AM/FM stereo, a radio data system and a 10-sepaker Bose audio system with bass box. Additionally, the Corvette features SiriusXM radio and a one-year subscription.
For a complete list of standard features and additional options available for the 2014 Corvette Stingray Z51 3LT convertible, stop by Classic Chevrolet for a test drive. Be sure to ask your salesperson about any ongoing specials for lease or purchase options.
When the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado becomes available at Classic Chevrolet, you’ll find that it has been redesigned and features updated styling, a new double cab body style, an improved interior and new safety features. The 2500HD and 3500HD have been revamped with the same upgrades that the 1500 received.
The interior received better quality materials in the cabin, new safety features, bigger touch screens for hands-free phone operation and entertainment control, and a quieter cabin. The change in the double cab allows for more interior room – and it now has front-hinged doors for easier access.
The 2500HD and 3500HD give you a choice of bed sizes: 6.5 feet or 8 feet, though the regular cab doesn’t give you a choice – it comes with the long bed. The bumpers now have corner steps to make loading cargo easier. The truck also features a lower tailgate and some models have an EZ lift for easier access to the cargo bed.
The engine choices are the same as last year’s, which means that you can get up to 397 horsepower and 765 pound-feet of torque in a diesel-powered truck. The 2500HD could haul up to 3,760 pounds and could tow up to 17,900 pounds if it is properly equipped with the right engine, suspension and towing equipment.
Chevy is known for giving you many choices when it comes to trim levels. The 2015 Silverado 2500HD starts you off by letting you choose from a regular cab, double cab or a crew cab. Then choose whether you want four- or two-wheel drive. Choose the bed size; unless you chose the regular cab, in which case you get the long bed only.
Trim levels for the different body styles include the base Work Truck, the LT and the LTZ. The regular cab does not feature an LTZ trim level. The Work Truck features 17-inch steel wheels while the LT changes those out for alloy wheels. Additional features for the LT model include an upgraded tailgate, all power accessories, keyless entry, MyLink, voice controls, OnStar, Bluetooth and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
Stop by Classic Chevy for more information about the 2015 Silverado – or keep your eye on this page for more information.
Once you decide that you need a Silverado from Classic Chevrolet, you have to decide what kind of Silverado will meet your needs. Whether you need something with a crew cab or a standard cab, a truck with lots of power for hauling or a truck for light jobs, and even four-wheel drive or two-wheel drive, we have something for you.
The 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD LTZ with a crew cab, standard box and four-wheel drive is the middle of the trucks. You can choose a lighter duty 1500 or a heavier duty 3500 truck – but the 2500 is perfect for those who want to haul a boat, a small horse trailer or a box trailer full of work tools.
The 2500 features a 6.0-liter Vortec engine with variable valve timing. This engine will run on unleaded or E85. It makes 322 horsepower at 4,400 rpm and 380 pound-feet of torque at 4,200 rpm. The engine is backed by a six-speed automatic heavy-duty transmission, which is electronically controlled and features a tow/haul mode and overdrive. The transmission also features cruise- and powertrain-grade braking.
The 4.10 rear axle ratio also gives you some extra “gearing” for pulling heavier loads up hills – it’s perfect for getting that boat out of the lake. The transfer case is an electronic shift case with dial controls.
Keeping the engine and transmission cool are important factors when using the truck for hauling. The 2500 features an external engine oil cooler and an auxiliary external transmission oil cooler.
The Silverado also features a trailer brake controller, recovery hooks in the front, a trailering hitch platform with a 2-inch insert for HD and a 7-wire harness that features independent fused circuits.
Safety and security features include four-wheel antilock disc brakes, StabiliTrak, proactive roll avoidance, traction control, electronic trailer sway control, hill start assist, daytime running lamps, several airbags, OnStar with 6 months of Directions and Connections, a rear vision camera and a tire pressure monitoring system.
The interior features leather-appointed front seats, a heated driver and front passenger seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel with mounted audio and cruise controls, a driver information center, 4.2-inch diagonal color display, express up and down driver window, express down on all other windows, remote vehicle start and remote keyless entry.
For more information about the 2015 Silverado 2500, stop by Classic Chevy for a test drive and for a full list of standard features and additional options.
The 2015 Silverado 3500HD four-wheel drive truck is the perfect vehicle for someone who needs to haul a boat, an RV or a trailer full of horses or cattle. The powerplant for this truck, now available at Classic Chevrolet, is a 6.0-liter Vortec engine with variable valve timing; and it is capable of running on unleaded fuel or E85. The engine is backed by a heavy-duty six-speed automatic transmission with overdrive and a tow/haul mode. The electronically controlled transmission also features cruise grade braking and a powertrain grade braking.
Interior features include a front split bench that holds three passengers and a 60/40 split rear folding bench seat that also holds three passenger. If purchased with the LT convenience package, the seats are jet black leather. The driver and front passenger seats recline – and when there are only two in the front, the center armrest folds down.
The manual tilt steering wheel is leather-wrapped and features mounted cruise and audio controls. The driver information center features a 4.2-inch diagonal color monitor, warning messages, personalization and vehicle information. The driver’s window features express up and down and all other windows features express down.
Additional features include an auto-dimming rearview mirror, illuminated driver and front passenger vanity mirrors and A-pillar-mounted assist handles.
Safety and exterior features include StabiliTrak with proactive roll avoidance, electronic trailer sway, traction control and stability control. It also features hill start assist. Additional features include several airbags six months of OnStar Directions and Connections plan.
Additional features include 18-inch forged polished aluminum wheels, wheelhouse liners, a tire carrier lock, chrome bumpers, a corner step in the rear bumper, chrome grille, halogen projector headlights, power adjustable outside mirrors, deep tinted glass and a locking tailgate.
Entertainment features include Chevrolet MyLink, AM/Fm stereo, USB ports, an auxiliary jack, SD card slot, Bluetooth, hands-free phone integration, Pandora, voice activation, a CD/MP3 player, SiriusXM HD radio, and a six-speaker audio system.
Additional features include vehicle stability assist, emergency brake assist, turn signals in the outside heated mirrors, child safety locks, an auxiliary transmission oil cooler, trailer wiring, cruise control, adjustable head rests, daytime running lights, a tailgate protector, trailer towing hitch, adjustable lumbar seats, intermittent wipers, ABS brakes, tow hooks and remote power door locks.
Stop by Classic Chevy today to test drive the Silverado 1500HD and to learn more about all of its security, safety, entertainment and convenience features.
If you are in the market for a new SUV, stop by Classic Chevrolet to test drive the 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe LT two-wheel drive model. This brand new SUV features Chevy’s 5.3-liter EcoTec3 V-8 engine with active fuel management, variable valve timing and direct injection. The block is aluminum, which lightens the load considerably – and that means better fuel economy. The engine runs on unleaded fuel or E85.
Backed by a six-speed automatic transmission that is electronically controlled and features overdrive and a tow/haul mode, the engine puts out 355 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 383 pound-feet of torque at 4,100 rpm. It features a heavy-duty locking rear and a premium suspension package to make towing a cinch. The engine has an extra oil cooler and transmission cooler, also helpful when towing.
Safety and security features include theft deterrent, four-wheel ABS disc brakes and a stability control system with brake assist and traction control. Additionally, the Tahoe features several airbags including head curtain side-impact bags for all rows in the outboard seating positions.
Additional safety features include OnStar Directions and Connections with automatic crash response, stolen vehicle assistance, roadside assistance and turn-by-turn navigation (6 months), rear parking assist with an audible warning, a rear vision camera, forward collision alert sensor indicator, the LATCH system for child safety seats and a tire pressure monitor system.
Convenience features include front leather-appointed bucket seats with heated seat cushions and backs, 10-way power passenger and driver seat, two-position memory for the driver’s seat, and two-way power lumbar control and power recline. When the luxury package is ordered, the door mirrors features two memory presets. Both rear seats are 60/40 split folding bench seats.
Additional convenience features include a tilt and telescopic steering column with a leather-wrapped steering wheel, audio, cruise and driver information center controls mounted on the steering wheel, a multi-color driver instrument information panel, programmable door locks with lockout protection, remote keyless entry – with extended range when the luxury package is ordered, remote vehicle start, express down on all windows, and express up on the front windows, tri-zone automatic climate control with individual settings for the rear passengers, driver and passenger front side and a rear window defogger.
For more information about all of the convenience, entertainment, safety and security features, and additional options available for the Tahoe, stop by Classic Chevy for a test drive today.
The new 2015 Chevrolet Impala models, which will be available at Classic Chevrolet sometime this summer, have many small changes to features. You can get the Impala with 18-inch or optional 19- or 20-inch tires. The change in tire size does change how the Impala rides, so pay attention to which tires and wheels are on the vehicle you test drive.
The base engine is Chevrolet’s 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, and models with this gain a stop-start feature that was standard on the 2014 model years. This features increases city fuel economy by 1 mpg*. With this technology, the base model with the 2.5-liter engine gets 22 mpg* in the city and 31 mpg* on the highway. The V-6 version uses a 3.6-liter engine.
The Impala also gets 4G LTE as standard equipment. Another change is the ability to fill up with compressed natural gas (CNG). You’ll have to buy the trim level that offers this or add it as an option, but if you live in an area where CNG is widely available, it is cheaper than gas in most cases.
While the mileage figures have not been released, Auto Trader quoted Chevrolet of saying that the Impala is expected to go about 150 miles on an 8-gallon tank of CNG. The tank is mounted in the trunk, so that does cut out about half of the cargo space.
The dual-fuel version also uses the 3.6-liter V-6 engine, which is backed by a six-speed automatic transmission. Pricing has not been announced as of yet for the dual-fuel version. According to Chevrolet, buyers who drive 24,000 miles per year will recoup the price difference in savings within a few years.
Additional features for the 2015 Impala my include – depending on the trim level and option packages – back up camera, a stereo system, LCD display, a variety of seating materials, panic and security alarms, remote keyless entry, variably intermittent wipers, disc brakes, ABS brakes, traction control, electronic stability control, plenty of air bags, turn signals in the mirrors, tilt and telescopic steering wheel with mounted audio and cruise controls and much more.
Stop by Classic Chevy or keep your eye on this space for more information about the 2015 Impala as it becomes available.
If you are considering the new Camaro Z28 but are just not sure if it’s going to stack up to its promises, stop by Classic Chevy for a test drive – you will find out as soon as you hit the gas just how crazy Chevy went with this one.
The heavier a vehicle, the more horsepower it takes to reach that top end. Chevrolet decided to leave some stuff out to decrease its weight so it could make the most of the 505 horses the power plant sends to the wheels. You’ll find that there’s no carpet or sound deadening in the trunk. There’s only one speaker unless you choose to upgrade – at no cost – to six speakers. The foam in the seats is lighter. Even the rear glass is thinner. By getting rid of some things here and there, Chevy managed to drop about 300 pounds from the Z28. In drag racing terms, that’s about 3/10 of a second.
The engine is a 7.0-liter V-8 that is put together by hand. In addition to the 505 horsepower, it puts out 481 pound-feet of torque. On the interior, you’ll be taken back in time with the Camaro’s retro deep-set gauges. Chevrolet used suede-like microfiber on the Recaro sport seats. The Tremec TR6060 six-speed manual transmission works on short throws and is precise, making quick work of changing gears.
The 19-inch wheels are an inch smaller than the typical wheels you find on Camaro models, but that gives the Z28 better handling since the center of gravity is about 3cm lower than other models. The Pirelli P-Zero Trofeo tires are “summer rated,” and really stick to the pavement. When all is said and done, the Z28 pulls 1.08 Gs in corners. Since you have to have a way to stop at that speed, Chevy gave the Z28 Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes. This gives the driver 1.5 Gs in deceleration.
The Performance Traction Management System allows you to pick from five different and adjustable driving modes: Mode 1 keeps the active handling on, but as you progress through to Mode 5, the electronic systems are shut off, giving the engine even more power. Mode 4 is Sport Active Handling Off; Mode 5 is Active Handling Off.
To learn more about the Z28 and to test drive it and see for yourself just how crazy Chevy got, stop by Classic Chevrolet today.