Do you need a new car? Maybe you want a new car. Maybe you want a fast car that has a nice looking exterior and a comfortable interior with a lot of horsepower. Have you though about the 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1? Powering this rear-wheel-drive pony car is a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that cranks out 580 horsepower and 556 pound-feet of torque. Furthermore, the ZL1 is rife with dragster-ready accoutrements, such as launch control (on manual gearboxes) and behemoth Brembo brakes. Multiple cooling systems such as a rear-differential cooler, an integrated engine- and transmission-oil cooler, and brake-cooling ducts help to diffuse all the heat drivers will no doubt be churning up. This is a car that is sure to make your head spin and make the hairs on the back of neck stand up. Go back to Klick Lewis by clicking here.
Posted by klick on Aug 16 2012 in Chevrolet Models, Chevy Reviews
The 2012 Camaro ZL1 is the highest-performing production Camaro of all time. Built to be track-capable right from the showroom, and tested on some of the most rigorous tracks around the world, including the Nürburgring, where it clocked in at 7:41:23.
The Camaro ZL1 is expected to be available in Spring 2012. ZL1 is designed to be driven exactly like it should be – hard. The fuel system has added fuel pick-ups to maximize the amount of fuel available even under high g cornering on the most aggressive tracks. The standard Tremec 6-speed manual transmission comes with a revised short-throw shifter for increased precision.
Every piece of ZL1 is built to support and optimize every single horse in this machine’s command. Brembo brakes help provide an exceptional 60-to-0 stopping distance. Performance Traction Management influenced by the Corvette ZR1 with five performance settings adjusts for ambient and track conditions, driver experience and vehicle familiarity.
Posted by klick on Dec 9 2011 in Chevy Reviews
Are you searching for a new pickup truck in the Lancaster, Harrisburg, Lebanon, Hershey PA area? Klick Lewis Cars of Palmyra has a full stock of 2011 Chevy Silverados, from the Silverado 1500, to the heavy duty 2500 and 3500!
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The 2011 Chevy Silverado 1500 offers more choices in light-duty pickup variations than many in its class. It is among the smoothest riding and quietest of all full-size pickups, and can be counted on to get the job done. For 2011, Silverado gets few changes. The OnStar has been upgraded to 9.0, there have been enhancements to reduce wind noise, and there are a few new color choices.
The 2011 Chevrolet Silverado HD wins bragging rights in diesel pickup power and load/towing capacities. It can be mop-out simple or heated leather deluxe, tow across the country or just cart hay across the farm, and run on gasoline, diesel or B20 biodiesel. The 2011 Silverado HD offers five wheelbases in 2500 (3/4-ton) trim. It comes as a Regular Cab long bed (8 feet), an Extended Cab with standard bed (6-foot, 7-inch) or long bed, or Crew Cab with standard bed or long bed. The 3500-series (1-ton) is all long-bed except for a Crew Cab standard bed without dual-rear wheels. Some models are available with a pickup box delete for mounting your own or aftermarket body on. Fuel capacities range from 26 to 63.5 gallons with 36 gallons standard.
Posted by klick on May 22 2011 in Chevy Reviews
Find the 2011 Chevy Cruze Inventory in PA!
The Chevy Cruze, an all new model for 2011 is in stock at Klick Lewis Cars, serving Harrisburg and Lancaster PA. Launched as a 2011 model, the Cruze replaces the sturdy but boring Cobalt, and it’s a great leap forward in technology, features and appeal. The Cruze was developed jointly by GM tech centers in Asia, Europe and the United States to battle in the most crowded part of the passenger-car market.
The 2011 Cruze is offered with a choice of two adequately powered engines: A 1.8-liter four-cylinder and 1.4-liter four-cylinder with a turbocharger. Both the manual and automatic transmissions have six speeds, which is rare in this class. The automatic offers some high-tech features that help conserve fuel. Across the line, the Cruze averages some of the best EPA mileage ratings among compacts. Yet if there’s an area where Cruze falls below the benchmark, we might summarize it this way: Buyers seeking maximum acceleration in their compact sedan should probably consider one of those competitors.
Posted by klick on Apr 17 2011 in Chevy Reviews