Why You Should Buy a New Chevy for Christmas

The holidays are coming up sooner than you might believe. If you’ve had your eye on a new 2018 Chevrolet all year, now’s the time to head in and give it a test drive. You deserve to give yourself something this Christmas. Who know? You might leave the lot in a new car, truck, or SUV. Here’s why a Chevy should be on your list:

1. J.D. Power and Associates ranked Chevy vehicles the highest in initial quality in the categories of midsize sporty car, large car, large heavy duty pickup, large light duty pickup, and large CUV.

2. The Chevy Camaro, Impala, Silverado HD, Avalanche, and Tahoe received the lowest number of issues per 100 vehicles among the previously listed categories. That means you can purchase your new vehicle with confidence.

3. Chevrolet vehicles continue to earn top marks for safety and performance. The Chevy Volt was named the 2017 Green Car of the Year, the Equinox was named a Top Safety Pick by the IIHS, and the Tahoe was named one of the 15 Best Family Cars by Kelley Blue Book.

4. Chevy vehicles are backed by some of the best warranties in the business, including bumper-to-bumper coverage for three years or 36,000 miles, powertrain coverage for 5 years or 60,000 miles, and sheet metal coverage for 3 years or 36,000 miles. Chevy’s 2016 Warranty Coverage extends far beyond buyers’ expectations.

5. You can get an even more amazing deal on Chevy’s 2017 models, which are on sale for unbelievably low prices at Classic Chevrolet. Many qualified buyers will receive a 0-percent APR for 60 months on most remaining 2017 Chevy vehicles.

6. Classic Chevrolet is home to more than 2,500 Chevrolet cars, trucks, and SUVs, which means you’ll find the exact vehicle you’re seeking without having to make any sacrifices.

Visit Classic Chevrolet

Stop by Classic Chevy this December to test drive any new 2017 or 2018 car, truck, or SUV on the lot and give the gift of a new Chevy to a loved one (or just keep it for yourself!).

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