Haul All the Presents with Chevy Cargo Space

Christmas is coming up pretty soon now. Maybe you’ve already taken care of your shopping list because you’re super organized and on the ball. Or, perhaps, you’re in the boat with the rest of us mere mortals: you haven’t bought a thing and still haven’t gotten around to asking everybody what they might want.

In either case, shopping means you need space in your vehicle to transport gifts from the mall back home to be wrapped and placed under the tree (if you haven’t put up your tree yet, there’s only so much we can do to help you!).

This is why you need a Chevy. Chevy SUVs and trucks offer tons of cargo space, whether you need to stuff a bunch of gifts into your trunk or haul some materials for your next DIY home improvement project.

2018 Chevy Traverse

The 2018 Chevy Traverse has best-in-class maximum cargo space of 98.2 cubic feet. That’s more than some SUVs in the full-class segment! Not only that, but the Traverse can seat up to eight people. From hauling presents to transporting people, the Traverse can handle nearly any task when it comes to room.

2018 Chevy Equinox

The 2018 Chevy Equinox is the smaller, more economical cousin to the Traverse. When you don’t need quite as much vehicle as the Traverse, the Equinox can offer you 63.5 cubic feet of maximum cargo volume and seating for up to five people

2018 Chevy Tahoe

On the other hand, if you feel like you need more room to stretch your legs, the eight seater Tahoe is the way to go. It’s got comparable cargo volume to the Traverse at 94.7 cubic feet of maximum storage space.

Visit Classic Chevrolet

For those who haven’t shopped yet, here’s your silver lining: there’s still time to get into a brand new Chevy SUV or truck before you have to go Christmas shopping. Stop by Classic Chevrolet today to give one a test drive and to find one that’s perfect for your hauling needs all year long. Not to mention a new Chevy makes a great gift to yourself. Hey, you’ve been nice this past year, right? Reward yourself with a trip to Classic Chevy.

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