New Chevy Special Edition SUVs Are Now Available

Chevy special edition SUVs

Chevy is offering some new special edition models that will blow your mind. The new Equinox Midnight Edition, Sport Edition, and Traverse Graphite Edition come with bold exteriors and some great new features you won’t find elsewhere. If you want your model to truly stand out on the road, check out these new Chevy special edition SUVs.

According to Chevy, the new Equinox special edition models will come with features like black grilles and Chevy bowties, jet-black leather seating, black 18-inch alloy wheels, memory setting for the driver, and black mirror caps.  The Midnight Edition comes with a Mosaic Black Metallic color, while the Sport Edition has a Summit White exterior.

“Special Editions resonate with buyers, offering a unique package with unique looks,” said Betsy Flegg, senior manager, Chevrolet SUVs. “We’ve already seen a strong interest with the Trax Midnight Edition when we announced production last December. We anticipate customers will strongly like the looks of the new Equinox Midnight and Sport Editions and Traverse Graphite Edition.”

The Traverse Graphite Edition comes with an entirely different set of features. These include:

  • 20-inch Dark Charcoal wheels
  • A dual exhaust
  • Black Chevy bowties
  • Integrated Assist Step

This new model also comes with three color options, which include Mosaic Black Metallic, Tungsten Metallic, Siren Red Tintcoat, and Iridescent Pearl Tricoat. The Graphite Edition is available for the 2LT trim only.

These new models are unlike anything you’ve ever seen. You can also get a Trax Midnight Edition, which become available earlier this year. Chevy offers truly unparalleled selection and styling.

Chevrolet Leads 2016 JD Power Initial Quality Study

2016 JD Power Initial Quality Study
The Chevrolet Silverado won the heavy-duty trucks group.

Chevrolet led the 2016 JD Power Initial Quality Study, winning more categories than any other brand for the fourth consecutive year. This comes on the heels of Chevy’s strong results in JD Power’s 2016 Vehicle Dependability Study, which looked at how vehicles from three years earlier had held up over time. Chevy also took more categories than any other brand in this study.

In the IQS, Chevy led several categories, including the full-size truck categories, with the Chevy Silverado 1500 getting the top score for light-duty trucks and the Silverado HD winning the heavy-duty trucks group. The Equinox was the best of the compact SUV segment, and the Tahoe won the large SUV segment. The Chevy Spark had the best showing of all, beating the rest of the cars in the city car segment by 48 points.

Alan Batey, Chevrolet Global President, says the results from the IQS and the VDS are positive for Chevrolet because dependability has been shown to be a major factor in customers’ decision to buy one brand over the other and because positive initial experiences turn first-time buys into brand loyalty. Chevy has seen a 3% rise in retail sales since the beginning of 2016.

Non-Perishable Summer Snacks that Won’t Go Bad in Your Car

Non-perishable Summer Snacks

Heading out on a road trip and want to prepare with some snacks? Or are you simply looking to keep a stock of snacks in your vehicle during the next few months?

Summer heat can cause many average snacks to spoil, limiting your choices. Here is a short list of non-perishable summer snacks to consider:

  • Dried fruits, including raisins, prunes, and pretty much any other fruit that you can find already dried
  • A variety of nuts, such as peanuts, cashews, walnuts…whichever are your favorites!
  • Similarly, seeds – like sunflower and pumpkin seeds – are a protein-rich treat that will not go bad in the heat
  • Healthy breakfast cereal
  • Vacuum-packed meats, such as tuna, salmon, and even chicken
  • And of course, don’t forget to keep a solid storage of fresh, clean water available to wash it all down

For more summer driving tips or to make sure your vehicle is in top condition before the summer months really begin, visit us anytime at Performance Chevrolet.

Chevrolet Prices 2017 Corvette Grand Sport

2017 Corvette Grand Sport

The 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport arrives this summer, and when it does, it promises to change the game for those who love to take to the track on the weekends. Chevrolet has announced pricing for its performance-minded beast, giving customers who plan on gobbling one up from Performance Chevrolet an idea of how many pennies they will need to rub together.

The 2017 Corvette Grand Sport will start at $66,445 for coupes and $70,445 for convertibles, including destination fees. This is not an insignificant amount of money, but with a 0-60 time of 3.6 seconds and a quarter-mile of 11.8 seconds at 118 mph, the 2017 Corvette Grand Sport is certainly not an insignificant sports car.

These prices do not reflect the available Z07 performance package, which includes carbon ceramic-matrix brake rotors, Michelin PS Cup 2 tires, and a carbon-fiber aerodynamic package. The 2017 Corvette Grand Sport is also offered with an available paddle-shift eight-speed automatic in place of the standard seven-speed manual with Active Rev Match.

An available Heritage package will add hash-mark fender graphics in six different colors and full-length stripes in five different colors, and additional options include five different wheel options and a carbon fiber ground effects package.

“The choices are almost endless,” said Harlan Charles, Corvette product marketing manager. “The Corvette Grand Sport’s custom ordering options take personalization to an unprecedented level, enabling customers to create their own Corvette Grand Sport statement.”

Later in the model year, Chevrolet will offer a Grand Sport Collector Edition that will feature Watkins Glen Gray Metallic exterior paint, Tension Blue hash-mark graphics, full-length strips in satin black, black wheels, and an interior complete with Tension Blue leather and suede.