Sometimes you want the space of a Crossover SUV, but need a vehicle that is fuel efficient. That is where compact model vehicles with hatchback options can be the answer for many people looking. It […]
Chevrolet introduced its first pickup trucks nearly 100 years ago in 1918, and America has been in love with them ever since. Whether you live in the mountains of Greeley, Colorado or in the coastal […]
When shopping for a car, most people do not have the savings to pay for a vehicle with cash. The way it works for most car buyers is that they take out an auto loan to finance the purchase of their new vehicle. It can take several months of saving up and working to build your credit score in order to qualify for a decent rate on a loan. The balance of the car’s price is then paid in monthly installments, usually for five years. While this is the most traditional way to finance a car, it is by no means the only way.
When you purchase a car from a dealership – no matter if it’s new or used – you have a few financing options at your disposal. The dealership will offer you assistance in arranging an auto loan through a preferred lending partner, often in connection with the manufacturer of the car you’re purchasing.
For many people, the car we drive becomes an extension of our personality. Cars afford comfort, style, and convenience. They offer a fun ride, reliability, and safety despite varying weather conditions and road hazards. Buying a used car differs from buying a new car in that someone else has already owned, cared for, and driven the car before you. It’s important to do your homework before buying a used car as your mileage may vary from one dealership to the next.
If you are looking to purchase a used car, first review this six-point checklist before you even show up on the lot.
If you’re like most people, you love the small and feel of a new car. Everything from the luxurious upholstery, carpeting, and the exterior finish must be maintained to keep your car’s new appearance both […]
You are finally ready buy the Chevrolet pickup truck that you have always wanted. Now you only have to decide if it will be a 2-wheel drive (2WD) or a 4-wheel drive (4WD). What will be the primary use of the vehicle? The answer to that question will help you determine if your purchase should be a 2WD or 4WD.
Primary Use Of The Vehicle
According to Ghent Motors, if your truck will be a family vehicle and used for vacations, shuttling kids to appointments and school events, carting garden supplies from the nursery, and hauling hardware supplies, a 2WD truck will probably be perfect.
Nearly everyone has a smartphone equipped with some sort of mapping app or navigation software. These apps with turn-by-turn navigation are a marvel, but come with annoyances — you still need to peer into your small screen, tap in those directions yourself, and you still need a robust 3G/4G signal wherever you may be, to download map updates for your location.
It’s a problem that’s been solved not by one of the Silicon Valley heavyweights, but by good old GM — with OnStar, the company’s vehicle care and assistance technology package.