On November 3rd, 1911, Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant established the Chevrolet Motor Car Company. This $84.4 billion Detroit-based enterprise ranks 57th on Forbes’ list.
Worldwide, Chevrolet sells about 4 million automobiles. Of those, more than 2 million are marketed in the United States alone.
Models in the Chevy lineup
The current Chevy model lineup offers a wide range of options for drivers looking for everything from a muscle vehicle to a hatchback. The Chevy lineup includes a wide range of cars, including the Spark, Sonic, Cruze, Impala, Malibu, Suburban, Tahoe, Equinox, Traverse, and Trax SUVs; a Silverado or Colorado pickup truck; a Volt or Bolt electric car; or a Camaro, S5, or Corvette sports car.
With a range of more than 200 miles, the Chevy Bolt EV is the first mass-market, all-electric vehicle in the United States that is affordable and easy to recharge. In 2016, Time Magazine named this electric car one of the top 25 inventions of the year.
The carbon fiber Chevrolet Corvette Z06 and its race track twin, the C7.R, have 650 horses and 650 lb.-ft. Of torque, respectively, can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 2.95 seconds.
Sales of Chevy automobiles
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT pickup truck gets a 17% discount off MSRP and no monthly payments for 90 days. If you want to buy the Chevy Suburban, Camaro, Impala, or Sonic LT and get 0% APR financing for six years, you can.
It is now possible to save up to 20 percent off the manufacturer’s suggested retail price on the Chevy Impala and Chevy Sonic.
Awards and Accolades for Chevy
JD Power’s most dependable midsize sports car, large heavy-duty pickup, small automobile, and large SUV are just a few of Chevy’s many honors and recognitions over the years.
Several awards were bestowed upon the Chevy Bolt Electric Vehicle in 2017: Motor Trend and NACOTY, Green Car of the Year by Green Car Journal, Car and Driver 10best, and the KBB’s best resale value for electric vehicles 2017.
“Most Dependable Midsize Sporty Car” went to the Chevy Camaro five years in a row, according to JD Power.