If you’re in the market for a new vehicle with a reputation for longevity, consider the Chevrolet lineup. Four of the brand’s models received deserving recognition on the most recent iSeeCars’ Longest-Lasting Cars study: the Silverado 1500, Impala, Tahoe and Suburban.
The noteworthy Silverado 1500 and Impala
The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 took fourth place for the light-duty pickup truck segment. According to the study, 2% of Silverado 1500 models met or surpassed the 200,000-mile mark. That’s higher than the average rating for pickups on the list.
The Chevrolet Impala also rated above average for longevity in the passenger car segment. Per iSeeCars, 1.6% of Impala models reached or went above the 200,000-mile mark. The average rating for the segment was just 0.7%.
The impressive Tahoe and Suburban
The SUV category is where Chevrolet really shone in the study. Both the Tahoe and Suburban placed on the list of the longest-lasting vehicles across all segment types. According to iSeeCars, 4.1% of Tahoe models and 4.9% of Suburban models achieved 200,000 miles or more on the odometer. That’s well above the 1% average for all models.
These Chevrolet models are made to perform well and help you enjoy the drive for years to come. Call us at Sharon Chevrolet in Clay, New York, to receive assistance finding the right Chevrolet to suit your preferences and budget.
It’s hard to believe that the long-running American dark-fantasy TV show “Supernatural” is now in its 15th and final season. Though, it’s not really surprising that the show has grown a large fan base around the protagonists’ iconic 1967 Chevy Impala.
In the show, brothers Dean and Sam Winchester have the unique family business of traveling the country to fight paranormal monsters. Their black 1967 Chevrolet Impala is their trusty companion whom they dub “Baby.”
Per the show’s creator Eric Kripke, the inspiration for Baby came from the show Knight Rider, where the car KITT played a central role in the series. “I really wanted to introduce the Impala to bring back the idea that a car could be a main character, a trademark to the show,” he said. Kripke chose the ’67 Impala, a vehicle with intimidating looks and a big enough trunk to store a body. Interestingly enough, nine Impalas were used to achieve different camera angles and to capture shots of the Chevy in various states of wreckage.
The show’s success has enhanced the ‘67 Impala model’s popularity, which in turn, has increased its market value. When the show began in 2005, a 1967 Chevy Impala went for as low as $500. In October 2016, the car became the most searched for vehicle on ClassicCars.com, with over 50,000 searches. Currently, ‘67 Impalas range from $20,000 to $50,000. A brand-new 2019 Chevy Impala starts at $28,000.
Give a head-nod to the show’s 1967 Impala when you stop by Sharon Chevrolet to test-drive the current Impala model or these other popular Chevy sedans.
Each year, there are new SUVs and crossovers on the road, but not all of them, are created equal. In fact, some stand out as amongst the very best out there, including the 2019 Chevrolet Trax, which recently earned a coveted spot on the U.S. News and World Report’s 20 Safest Small SUVs of 2019 list. Up against some stiff competition in a crowded segment, the 2019 Trax emerged as one of the best in the category.
US News writer Steven Loveday cited the SUVs excellent five-star overall crash test rating from the NHTSA as part of their decision to name the 2019 Trax one of the safest SUVs of 2019. Additionally, he noted that the Trax performed well in rollover and strong and side crash tests.
Despite its city-smart small size, the 2019 Chevrolet Trax is packed with impressive standard and available safety features. 10 standard airbags let you drive with confidence while available advanced features like Forward Collision Alert, Side Blind Zone Alert, Lane Departure Warning, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert all work in tandem to keep your exceptionally safe no matter the conditions out there. Additional standard features, including an advanced Tire Pressure Monitoring System and StabiliTrak® stability control system offer even more control on the road for safer driving.
Experience the comprehensive safety tools of the 2019 Trax for yourself when you visit Sharon Chevrolet.