With a diverse lineup of reliable crossovers, pickup trucks, and sedans, Chevrolet offers some of the best used vehicles that you can count on. Here are some of the best used Chevy models that you can buy today.
The Chevrolet Equinox earned a spot on the Best Used Cars Under $20,000 list from Consumer Reports. Thanks to its spacious cabin, agile handling, and impressive fuel economy, the Chevrolet Equinox can transport your family around Ruston with ease.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500
As one of the most dependable pickup trucks on the market, the Chevy Silverado 1500 is just as reliable used. Its timeless design and various configurations, as well as off-roading and towing capabilities, make it a great choice for versatile yet active lifestyles.
The Chevrolet Camaro is a great, affordable sports car that is reliable yet stylish and powerful. U.S. News & World Report named the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro as one of the Best Used Sports Cars Under $20,000. The four-seat sports car packs a lot of power into its athletic form, with the 2010 Camaro delivering 304 horsepower with its base engine.
Explore the open road with a used Chevrolet Traverse, which combines plenty of cargo space with a smooth ride. Since the Traverse’s debut in 2009, the SUV presents a reliable option for families at a great price.
When it comes to great used cars, you’ve got a lot of options by shopping Chevy. Check out our wide inventory of used Chevy models at Courtesy Chevy Buick GMC Cadillac in Ruston, Louisiana!
General Motors has taken another major move toward a future with zero emissions. On February 14, Chevrolet unveiled the new, all-electric Chevy Bolt EUV and the redesigned Bolt EV. The Bolt EV and EUV are part of GM’s plan to launch 30 new electric vehicles globally by 2025.
Both the 2022 Bolt EV and EUV share a common platform, battery, and powertrain, with the Bolt EUV being slightly longer, taller, and heavier. The Bolt EUV has different exterior sheet metal and a more muscular, sculpted design. The 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV is six inches longer than the Bolt EV and offers three inches more rear-passenger legroom than its smaller counterpart. The 2022 Chevy Bolt EV and EUV also include a 10.2-inch diagonal infotainment color touchscreen and integrated climate controls.
With a range of 259 miles on a full charge, the 2022 Bolt EV easily displays its current charging status and makes charging easy through the myChevrolet Mobile App. The 2022 Bolt EUV achieves 250 miles on a full charge. The Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV will both include the Super Cruise driver-assist system. With the help of cameras, radars, and sensors, the Super Cruise semi-autonomous highway driving system works on more than 200,000 miles of freeways in the United States and Canada.
If there’s one thing the Bolt EV and Bolt EUV reveal have taught us, it’s that Chevy is making the future of electric cars look very good. Learn more about the modern Chevy lineup and upcoming EVs at Courtesy Chevy Buick GMC Cadillac in Ruston, Louisiana.
Your Chevrolet or GMC pickup truck can handle a lot of tough work. While you’re putting your vehicle to the test, it’s also important that you’re operating it properly and carefully. That’s especially true when you’re trailering, which can be dangerous and damaging if done incorrectly. To make sure you’re using your truck correctly around Ruston, Louisiana, here are three must-know towing safety tips.
Inspect your trailer’s condition
Do you give your trailer the same attentiveness that you give your pickup truck? When’s the last time you looked for signs of rust underneath or checked the tires’ tread depth? Every time you plan to hitch up your trailer, RV, or camper, you need to perform rigorous pre- and post-travel inspections. Look for any unusual or alarming signs, and have those fixed before hitting the road.
Know your truck’s limits
Your truck can only handle so much strain, so it’s important you don’t push it past its limits and permanently damage it. Check the vehicle’s owner’s manual or door jamb info plaque for that information. You can also calculate that number by subtracting the truck’s curb weight from the Gross Combined Vehicle Weight Rating.
Watch your surroundings
Having a trailer in tow essentially doubles or sometimes even triples the length of your vehicle, so you have to be extra attentive to what’s in your vicinity. Always use your mirrors and make sure you leave plenty of space when changing lanes or turning.
New GM models have tools that can help you better monitor your surroundings, such as the best-in-class camera technology on the Chevrolet Silverado, using 8 available cameras that give you up to 15 unique views.
If you want a new or used truck that’s great for towing around Ruston, Louisiana, we invite you to stop by Courtesy Chevrolet Buick GMC.
The past year has been a tough one for Ruston, Louisiana, but our community has remained strong and connected through this challenging time. Now that 2021 is almost here, it’s time to commit to making it a better year than 2020 was, both for yourself and for your car.
Start 2021 off right by making these New Year’s resolutions for your vehicle so it has a healthy, happy year too!
Schedule seasonal oil changes
Engine oil flushes and filter changes are vital for your vehicle’s health. This year, start scheduling oil changes every season as part of your car’s regular maintenance schedule. Don’t delay those oil changes for longer than the Courtesy Chevrolet Buick GMC technicians recommend.
Monitor and rotate the tires
It’s easy to neglect your car’s tires until a flat or puncture occurs. You can prevent those dangerous situations by checking the tread depth and air pressure every week. If either look low, bring your car in for service.
And when you’re having the engine oil changed, get the tires rotated too. That will also help slow their deterioration.
Never drive with depleted fluids
Your car has many fluids it uses to operate properly, and all those liquids should be filled up to their “fill” lines. This includes the wiper fluid, transmission fluid, coolant, and power steering fluid. Look under the hood every month and refill them as needed.
It’s important that you follow a regular maintenance schedule for your car every year. That’s the best way to ensure your vehicle operates properly for years to come. Performing these three tasks is the best way to jump-start that maintenance, so contact Courtesy Chevrolet Buick GMC to schedule your first auto checkup of 2021.
Chevrolet has been developing and releasing an array of new technologies in recent years that make your drives safer and easier. A highlight of these innovative offerings is Chevy Safety Assist. If you don’t know what this product is, we’re happy to explain.
Chevrolet Safety Assist is actually a bundle of multiple features sold together. This package combines the six most essential driving tools that today’s drivers should have. These systems ensure you’re fully aware of your surroundings on the road and have the ability to brake and swerve to avoid accidents.
These are the driver-assist technology features included in Chevy Safety Assist:
- Forward Collision Alert: Will sound an alarm if your vehicle is approaching a car ahead of you too quickly and a collision may occur.
- Automatic Emergency Braking: Works with Forward Collision Alert to apply the brakes if you’re not slowing down to avoid a front-end collision.
- Front Pedestrian Braking: Monitors for people walking in front of your car and will apply the brakes so ensure you don’t hit them.
- Following Distance Indicator: Will let you know if you’re tailing the car in front of you too closely and don’t have enough space if they brake suddenly.
- Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning: Monitors your car’s position in the lane and alerts you if you drift over the line.
- Intellibeam® Auto High Beam Assist: Helps you see better in the dark by activating the high-beam headlamps when needed, yet dimming them when an oncoming vehicle approaches.
Until now, Chevrolet had released these safety technologies as components of the Driver’s Confidence Packages I & II. Going forward, these vital tools will be more widely available through Chevy Safety Assist, especially come the 2023 model year.
You’ll find Chevy Safety Assist included as standard on the Chevrolet Equinox and Chevrolet Trailblazer, and it will soon be available on other family SUVs and sedans in Ruston, Louisiana. To test Chevy Safety Assist for yourself, come to Courtesy Chevrolet Buick GMC.