This is a picture of the 2013 Chevrolet Spark. As we all know it is a gasoline powered car and gets great mileage. However if you want a reliable car that gets even better gas mileage or doesn't use any gas, you should consider a Chevrolet. Now yes we know that Chevrolet makes many cars that have hybrid versions of them that you can buy, but Chevrolet does not have many electric vehicles. If you would like to get an electric vehicle, but do not like the Volt, a suggestion is to wait until the 2014 Spark comes out. It has the same features and amenities as the gasoline powered Spark, but it obviously doesn't use gasoline. Take a look at it when it comes out and you won't be disappointed. Click here to go back to KlickLewis.
The Chevrolet Equinox has been named the best car in its class by J.D. Powers and Associate. It won this prestigious award due to its handling, its power matched with its fuel efficiency and its list of features. Some of the features that are included in the Chevrolet Equinox are the Chevy MyLink connectivity and infotainment system, which can leverage an owner’s smartphone to deliver hands-free control over audio and communications features like Pandora Internet Radio and Stitcher SmartRadio, blind-spot mirrors for enhanced visibility, Active Noise Cancellation (in four-cylinder models) for superior cabin quietness and ambient lighting. One more interesting piece of news is that the Chevrolet Volt, Silverado and Impala won a cost of ownership award. The cost of ownership includes not only paying a low MSRP, but also includes low costs to keep the car and use it daily. Fuel, Insurance, repairs, depreciation and other costs are associated with your vehicle. Chevrolet kept all these costs low in these three vehicles to win this award. Click here to go back to the klicklewis website.
Posted by klick on Mar 15 2012 in Chevrolet News
Chevrolet believes they have a responsibility to consistently strive to reduce the environmental impact of their vehicles and manufacturing facilities. They also believe that actions speak louder than words. In 2011, Chevy made an unprecedented commitment to reduce up to 8 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions over the next few years. This project is ongoing and when it is completed the carbon-reducing benefit will be equivalent to the CO2 emissions, during 2011, from every vehicle we sold from November 18, 2010, to December 31, 2011. This project is just one aspect, though, of Chevy’s ongoing efforts to address the environmental impact of their vehicles and our facilities.
As Chevrolet vehicles are designed and built, there is a focus on investing in innovative fuel-saving technologies, employing alternative energy sources, reducing their facilities’ emissions and evaluating waste streams. Therefore, in 2012, Chevy will begin displaying a label on their vehicles, describing various attributes of the vehicle and its manufacturing facility that demonstrate Chevy’s commitment to reducing environmental impact throughout the stages of the vehicle’s life span, from manufacturing to driving to recycling. Chevy calls this initiative: “Ecologic.”
Ecologic is simply a recognition of the automaker’s systematic attention to environmental responsibility and their commitment to monitoring progress as they continuously work to reduce environmental impact. To further emphasize their commitment, the statements on Chevy Ecologic labels will be audited by an independent, third-party sustainability agency.
Chevy put out some great ads for the 2011 Super Bowl. But this one has some real excitement to it. Check it out as the new Chevy Sonic does real and quite amazing stunts!! The brand new 2012 Chevy Sonic is defined front end with motorcycle-inspired, exposed headlamps and unique dual-port grille make a strong visual statement. Kick it up a notch with the front foglamps and chrome accents standard on LTZ and rest assured you’ll make an all-eyes-on-you entrance long before you even arrive. Sonic is the only small car built in the United States and packs a whole lot of attitude. You can see it in its chiseled front end to the rear spoiler. Even the rear door handles are hidden to keep that sporty, clean look without sacrificing functionality. Its aggressive stance, dynamic lines and expressive wheel arches let people know that Sonic is ready for some fun. When you have a car with this much power under the hood, it has to be backed up by a look to match.
Learn more about the Chevy Super Bowl ad today!
Chevrolet called on filmmakers from around the world to create short films, and one will air during the telecast of Super Bowl XLVI. After hundreds of entries, we’ve selected the best films and ask that you get involved for an opportunity to win up to $10,000.
The top films can be viewed on Chevrolet Route 66. From now until January 25, 2012 6:59 PM EST, residents of the U.S., UK, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, France, India and China can watch and share their favorite films for a shot at $10,000. And, on February 5, 2012, your favorite film might be the one that airs during the telecast of Super Bowl XLVI.
Posted by klick on Dec 30 2011 in Chevrolet News
Have you heard about the 2013 Chevy Spark?
The Spark, due at dealership in Summer 2012, is all about fun. It’s offered in some wild paint colors with wild names like Salsa, Jalapeno, Denim, Lemonade and Techno Pink. There are also four more basic shades of silver, gray, black and white. And inside, some panels match the wild exterior colors. Power will be beyond modest at 85 horsepower with a five-speed manual transmission standard and a four-speed automatic optional.
Cargo area is an impressive 11.4 cubic feet with the rear seats in place. That’s much more than the Smart ForTwo and Scion iQ at 7.8 and 3.5 cubic feet, respectively.
Posted by klick on Dec 1 2011 in Chevrolet News
Klick Lewis celebrates Chevy’s 100 year anniversary. View our Chevy 100 Celebration pictures today.
In celebration of its 100th birthday, Chevrolet recognized the people who have made Chevrolet the successful global brand it is today. The brand offered dealer promotions in hometowns across the United States, starred in a feature-length documentary, and invited fans to share their Chevrolet memories online.
The activities cap a year-long celebration of Chevrolet’s Centennial that kicked off in January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit and encompassed events in Chevrolet hometowns around the world.
A global brand, Chevrolet is also celebrating its centennial around the world. For example, Chevrolet Europe is recognizing Louis Chevrolet’s Swiss birthplace of La Chaux-de-Fonds by commissioning a public artwork on the Parc de l’Ouest. In Korea, Chevrolet customers set a Guinness World Record by creating the world’s largest car logo.
Klick Lewis has some exciting news! The first shipment of the brand new model from Chevy, the 2012 Chevy Sonic, has arrived!
The 2012 Sonic is meant to be the replacement for the current Aveo as the smallest, most economical car that Chevrolet sells in North America. The Chevrolet Sonic chassis will feature electronic power steering, MacPherson strut front and torsion beam rear suspension, ABS/EBFD disc brakes and wheel sizes up to 17-inch.
Inside, the Sonic carries what Chevrolet calls a motorcycle-inspired digital instrument panel layout, with the rest of the interior recalling current GM luxury brands like Buick, similar but not matching. Standard equipment will include 10 airbags, traction control, stability control, and enhanced OnStar, with available Bluetooth, USB port, remote starting, heated seats, a sunroof, two new mobile apps, MyLink and MyChevrolet, and XM Sirius satellite radio.
Posted by klick on Sep 28 2011 in Chevrolet News
An all new Chevy model is expected to hit the streets this coming fall. Chevy will roll out the brand new 2012 Chevrolet Sonic. The Sonic replaces the Aveo and will compete with the Ford Fiesta, Honda Fit and Nissan Versa. Like the Fiesta and Versa, the Sonic is available in sedan and hatchback body styles. The Sonic’s aggressive looks are a departure from the normal bubbly, cute look of many subcompacts. Chevrolet says it took design inspiration for the headlights from the motorcycle world.
Like the Chevrolet Cruze, the Sonic comes with a base 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and an available turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder. The turbocharged engine makes 138 horsepower. Look for the Sonic arriving at Klick Lewis Cars this Fall!
Posted by klick on Aug 2 2011 in Chevrolet News
The Chevy Corvette is also known as ‘The Great American Sports Car’. So to celebrate Chevrolet’s 100 years it only makes sense to make a special edition Corvette.
The Centennial Edition Corvette is special from the wheels to the stitching. Starting this summer the Centennial edition will be available on all Corvette models as an option package featuring an exclusive Carbon Flash Metallic exterior color; Centennial Satin Black painted wheels with special center cap logo; red brake calipers and 100-year badges. Not to mention, a specialized ebony interior with suede accents and red stitching that reinforces the sleek, to the point of sinister, exterior look.
Posted by klick on May 15 2011 in Chevrolet News