The new year has arrived and with it a lot of high expectations for a turn around in the economy. Today’s economy really has everything “on sale” for the middle class consumer. It really is an unprecedented time to buy long term durable goods like automobiles. Prices on new vehicles have never been lower. It’s never been cheaper to borrow money, and most car dealerships are making great deals. A new car, unlike a food item, is something you are likely to keep over the long haul. There simply may never be a better time when your income will buy more on a big ticket item like a new car or truck than it will right now. It’s well worth taking a look at what your money will buy if you have been thinking about purchasing a new car. Simply put, your purchasing power may never be higher for a new car than it is right now!
So, have you been thinking that though the idea of buying a new subcompact hybrid sounds great, it will never work for your family of five, two black Labradors and all the stuff that goes with them? You may still need an SUV. Welcome to a new generation of SUV’s with Chevrolet! Debuting at this year’s Detroit Auto Show the 2010 Chevy Equinox is a new SUV with ratings of an average 21 mpg in the city and a respectable 30 mpg on the highway. If you drive mostly freeway miles to and from work and running Saturday errands with your family and dogs in tow, the 30 mpg is very respectable gas mileage!
The Chevy Equinox comes with a very distinctive exterior styling. The rising beltline of the 2010 Equinox gives the vehicle a more aggressive look than other SUV’s in its class. The interior of the Equinox has been given a big upgrade by GM engineers. There is a refined feel to the interior materials and comfort level of the passenger seating. The Equinox will feature Bluetooth connectivity, a hard drive for storing music, and a state-of-theart touchscreen navigation system. In addition, all the trim levels of the 2010 Chevy Equinox will feature standard six airbags along with electronic stability and traction control.
At Van Chevrolet, 8585 E. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. in North Scottsdale, you’ll be able to test drive the Chevy Equinox and many other gas saving Chevy models on display in their high-tech new dealership. Located an easy drive off the Loop 101 and Frank Lloyd Wright interchange, Van Chevrolet has some unique programs to help get you into a new car. Van Chevrolet has the “All Star” Rewards Program. This program is free to enroll in and has three different levels; from Pro level to MVP to Hall of Fame, you can earn valuable points on things you shop for every day. These points can be redeemed for everything from oil changes to the purchase of your next Van Chevrolet vehicle. It’s a program the folks at Van Chevrolet thought might help connect you to your community while earning purchase power points towards your next new Chevy.
Van Chevrolet is a modern, well equipped and financially sound dealership that wants to earn your business. Chevrolet has been on the forefront of our changing car driving requirements and ever fluctuating gas prices. From environmentally friendly model cars to hybrids to gas saving SUV’s, the Chevrolet is leaping into the future of car driving today. Why not stop by Van Chevrolet and check out the new breed of Chevy’s at what is a very, very good time to be in the market for a new car or SUV!