There are over 1 billion cars on the road all over the world, and many drivers will report that they have a favorite brand. Based on ease of handling, gas costs, overall comfort, and perhaps some sentimental reasons, many drivers like to stay with their preferred make and model of motor vehicle, much like they root for the same sports team for many decades.
One of the more popular brands in America is Chevrolet, often referred to by loyal consumers as “Chevy.” Since 1911, Chevy manufacturers have been producing a wide range of cars and trucks. Collectors note that in 1913, the iconic Chevy “bowtie emblem” first adorned their cars. Since then, over 4 million Chevy cars and trucks are sold every year.
Popular culture also has positive things to say about Chevrolet: musical artists have referenced the Chevy brand in over 1,000 songs. Worldwide, two out of every three roads have a Chevrolet on them, and one is sold approximately every six seconds in countries all over the world. Local Chevy car dealerships should help interested customers become familiar with this century-old brand.
In the last 100 years, Chevrolet manufacturers have made over 200 million Chevy cars and trucks. Used Chevy dealers may be able to help antique car collectors track down collectible vehicles, or parts that collectors can use to restore cars and trucks that are already in their possession.
Local Chevy car dealerships may be able to offer new cars for sale, as well as pre owned cars. Many consumers are excited about taking new car models for test drives, and new Chevy dealers may be able to accommodate customer requests regarding newer vehicles. If a customer is in the market for a used car instead, many local Chevy dealers may be able to help them make the connection with a dealership that offers quality used Chevrolets for sale.