El Paso is exceptional in many ways. It’s the kind of place that sparks more than just your regular tourist interests. El Paso is the sixth largest city in Texas and stands on the Rio Grande across the border from Jarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Very easily, El Paso became its own little world. Visitors who flock to this city have no difficulty finding plenty of things to do and become captivated with El Paso’s irresistible charm.
Looking for a real spark of adventure to get your blood pumping? Load up your DFW Chevy truck and try rock climbing at Hueco Tanks State Park. This park provided a diversity of outdoor activates such a camping, hiking and rock climbing. Among climbing groups, Hueco Tanks has been established as one of the best locations in Texas. Incuding everything from beginners to the most advanced, climbers are sure to find a spot that strikes their interest. You may even become drawn to the historic sites and the prehistoric pictographs that cover the cave walls.
If you’re not afraid of heights, take a trip up to the Wyler Aerial Tramways at Franklin Moutians State Park. Once arriving at the parking area at an elevation of 4,692 feet, visitors can buy tickets at the tramway station to ride the gondola that will carry them to the top of Ranger Peak. This four minute ride ascends above a massive canyon that’s 240 deep in certain points. The Tramway ride is the most memorable experience no one will soon forget. It offers a view of the vastness and stunning beauty that only the southwest could offer.
Take a visit to the city’s first and oldest street. Historic El Paso Street has seen the footsteps of Billy the Kid, President William H Taft and was the sight of the infamous Four Dead in Five Seconds Gunfight. This shooting happened on April 14, 1881 on El Paso Street. So drop by your Texas Chevy dealer today to get out there and see some sights!
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Most dealerships advertise low sales prices to lure you in and then slap you with marked up window stickers. They will tell you the extra price is due to dealer fees or taxes. This is not the case at Classic Chevrolet. The sales prices we advertise is the real deal when you walk onto our twenty-two acre lot. Right now we are having a Memorial Day Red Tag Sale. The price we post is the price you pay! There are several new and used vehicles to choose from including the all-new 2014 Silverado and 2014 Impala.
The Chevrolet Impala has been redesigned to attract more personal use buyers rather than for fleet vehicles. It has a more modern look and a more upscale interior. Just a few of the highlighting features in the new Impala are heated and cooling seats, heated steering wheel and what they have name an infotainment center. This is far from what the Impala used to be.
The new Chevrolet Silverado is remarkably smooth and quiet which are not qualities easily found in full sized trucks. It is also more light weight which is great news for towing or hauling. Here at Classic Chevrolet, we are excited to be selling these two new vehicles for your work needs or personal enjoyment. But don’t forget about all of our other great deals on new and used cars during our Memorial Day Red Tag event. Prices are reduced $800 to $5,000 off of MSRP! So come check us out. You will not regret you did!
Some of us would sooner break a window than admit to the people at OnStar that we locked ourselves out of our cars, but for those of us who can handle the minor embarrassment, OnStar can be a real lifesaver out on the road.
Many of us who drive Chevy do so because it’s really an adventurer’s car. When you roll off the lot of a DFW Chevy dealer, you’re looking forward to seeing the odometer roll over another zero, you’re looking forward to all of the strange trips you’re going to get into over the course of your vehicle’s life, and OnStar can be an adventurer’s best friend.
When we see the television commercials, what we’re seeing is that OnStar is there to help when you lock your keys in your car or if it gets stolen, but it’s useful in a lot more instances than those. Here are a few scenarios where OnStar might prove more useful than you probably think:
You may have a GPS in your car, but there’s something about having OnStar there to help just in case your GPS goes out or you simply can’t make heads or tails of the directions that it’s giving you. Calling an OnStar operator to get you back down that creek to find your paddles can be a real comfort the intrepid explorer.
What’s That Thumping Noise?
A number of vehicle diagnostics can be made with OnStar. If you’re wondering what that thumping or clanging noise is, if you’re wondering why the engine light is on, OnStar may be able to help you figure it out without the need for an expensive consultation from a mechanic in the middle of nowhere.
In some cases, having OnStar can help to reduce your insurance payments by landing you a nice little discount. Depending on your monthly payments, the discount may even offset the cost of the service itself. Talk to your agency and see if they offer any such deals.
Having OnStar is about more than just having a backup plan in the case of an emergency. OnStar has plenty of uses beyond theft and the age old problem of leaving the keys in the ignition.