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Bundle of Chevys! 2013-2016 Chevy Silverado's

We have a bundle of Chevy's for all of you! 
So let's go into detail and learn more about these trucks and see have to offer!

The 2013 Chevy Silverado
Now if you are looking for the older design models, 2013 was the final year before they did a whole new redesign. Our model has a powerful 5.3L V8 engine and has 4WD capability. So this truck is perfectly capable of any heavy lifting you may need to do.
The Chevrolet Silverado certainly feels like a full-size pickup when navigating city streets and parking lots. Its large turning radius makes it cumbersome to maneuver. On the open road, however, the truck impresses with its comfortable ride – even across rough pavement. The NHTSA gave the Silverado a perfect five-star rating for side-impact safety, as well as four stars for overall, front, and rollover safety. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Silverado a rating of Good, the highest offered, in moderate overlap front crash safety. The Chevy earned the second-highest rating of Acceptable for side-impact and seat safety, and the second-lowest rating of Marginal for roof strength. 

The 2014 Chevy Silverado
The redesigned 2014 Chevy Silverado is said to be the "superior truck". It has more horsepower and torque, hauls more stuff, tows more weight, goes farther on each gallon of gas, offers modern technology, and is likely to prove safer than the vehicle it replaces. But the deals on the remaining 2013 models are amazing. And Silverados represent genuine value beyond their lower prices. If you need to save money, go for the 2013 models, if you want the later and greater 2014 is the way to go. 
Naturally, the new 2014 Chevy Silverado is the more technologically advanced truck. It has new safety-related technologies such as Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, and a Safety Alert Seat, the new Silverado impresses. Add Chevrolet MyLink smartphone pairing technology with a color touchscreen, natural voice recognition, HD Radio, and Pandora streaming Internet. The 2014 Chevy Silverado is very advanced for its time.

The 2015 Chevy Silverado
With new vehicles come new features. This Silverado is known for its comfortable ride quality, more engine enhancements, and some great safety scores. Our LT trim adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a spring-assisted tailgate, and alloy wheels. And like other models of Silverados this truck averages at 17 mpg city/22 mpg highway. This is also a pretty reliable truck, it has a reliability rating of four out of five from J.D. Power. According to the NHTSA, the Silverado 1500 earned five out of five stars in the frontal and side crash tests, and four stars in the rollover test.  

The 2016 Chevy Silverado
The 2016 Chevy Silverado is a great option if you’re shopping for a used full-size pickup truck. It has the robust towing and payload needed for a work truck while providing a premium interior and smooth ride that make it a comfortable truck for day-to-day driving. Advanced safety technology, user-friendly infotainment features, and a high-reliability rating only improve this already well-rounded pickup. J.D. Power gives the 2016 Chevy Silverado 1500 a perfect reliability rating of five out of five, which is rare for any vehicle. The NHTSA gave the 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 an overall five-star safety rating (out of five), with five stars in frontal and side crash tests, and four stars in rollover testing. 


The 2012 Honda Civic! PROPANE POWERED!


The automotive world surprises us almost every day!

I think we all have heard of Tesla and Elon Musk's electric cars, but who has heard of propane? I've used propane for heaters, grills, and etc. but who would have known you could use propane for your own vehicle! Does it save you money? Is it a gimmick? 
How do you fill it up? Well, I'm learning all of this as I am writing this blog and I am going to share some of the research I've done to try and understand the concept of propane fuel automobiles. I will leave links at the bottom of this blog so you all can see and read where I am receiving my information. I also refer to these vehicles as "Propane" but they are technically called "CNG" which stands for "Compressed Natural Gas". 

According to CNEX.com, they say, "The way propane vehicles work is similar to conventional, gas-powered cars. Typically, propane is stored in liquid form inside a separate tank and is then either converted to vapor inside the combustion chamber or injected as a liquid, where it is burned to produce power, just like gasoline." Okay, so maybe gas and propane are almost used in the same way. Propane is just turned into a liquid form and is used in that way.

My next question is how cost-effective is propane vs. gasoline? It may help the environment, but does it help our wallets? CNEX.com says, "When it comes to miles per gallon, propane-powered cars often have fuel economy that is comparable to gas-powered vehicles. But because propane costs less per gallon than gasoline, standard-size vehicles can see thousands of dollars in fuel savings." According to caranddrivers.com, they say "In EPA highway figures and using the most recent national average price of $3.52 per gallon for regular gasoline, the Civic LX and hybrid cost 9.0 and 8.0 cents per mile compared with just 5.6 cents per mile for the CNG. But that’s still not enough of a difference for the Civic CNG to pay for its added cost in any reasonable amount of time." Wow! So you are saving money! 

My final question, how do you fill up a propane vehicle? socalgas.com says, "The process for refueling an NGV should be very familiar since it's almost identical to the process used at local gasoline stations. Most dispensers accept major credit cards and the filling time is similar to using a gasoline pump.
Here are the instructions to operate most public CNG dispensers: 
  • Turn off your engine. Do not smoke. 
  • Remove the vehicle's dust cap and take the fueling nozzle off its holder.
  • Align the arrows on the nozzle so they point to each other.
  • Place the nozzle over the fuel receptacle push it on.
  • Rotate the lever so that the arrows point away from each other to lock the nozzle on.
  • Insert your fleet or credit card and follow the instructions on the screen.
  • Once payment is authorized, lift the dispenser handle, and fueling will begin.
  • When the fill is complete, lower the handle to turn the dispenser off.
  • To disconnect the nozzle, slowly rotate the nozzle handle 180 degrees until the arrows are again pointing to each other.
  • Remove the nozzle. You may hear a slight release of pressure.
  • Return the nozzle to its holder and replace the dust cap.
Okay... That sounds just like how I put gas in my car... 

Well, I hope you all have learned a little more about how propane vehicles work and how they can benefit you! I know I've learned a lot about it! 

Thank you guys for reading this week's blog! 



Here are the articles my information came from if you want to read more! 

https://www.cenex.com/about/cenex-information/cenexperts-blog-page/propane/save-money-with-a-propane-powered-car#:~:text=The%20way%20propane%20vehicles%20work,produce%20power%2C%20just%20like%20gasoline.

https://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/a15119972/2012-honda-civic-natural-gas-test-review/

https://www.socalgas.com/save-money-and-energy/natural-gas-vehicles/how-to-refuel-your-ngv

The Top 5 Cars on Our Lot!


The 2018 Jeep Renegade:
The 2018 Jeep Renegade is a subcompact sport utility vehicle. Its gas mileage averages at about Up to 24 city / 31 highway. It has a towing capacity of about 2,000 lbs and has a fuel tank capacity of 12.7 gallons. It has plenty of space for packing some equipment and going out camping with friends and family! That is why this vehicle is popular among outdoor lovers. It also is equipped with heated seats for when the weather gets cooler to keep you warm and comfortable against the elements.
If you love the outdoors and a good vehicle! This Jeep is exactly what you need! 

The 2013 Hyundai Elantra:
Is your kid in college? Does he or she need a car? This would be the PERFECT car for them! The 2013 Hyundai Elantra will give them great gas mileage! They average at about 28 city / 38 highway. Perfect for driving home for the weekend! It also has a roomy cabin for all of their friends! Not to mention the car looks like it's brand new! It also has a touch screen radio which all young people love to use when they are driving with friends! One of the most important things is that the car is super safe! The NHTSA rated this car's safety at 5/5 stars! So you can feel confident that your kid will be safe on the road!  

The 2017 Ford Escape:
The 2017 Ford Escape is a great vehicle! This compact sport utility vehicle is an ideal daily driver for families! It has a very spacious cabin and a large trunk to place all of your groceries! It has a back up camera so you can safely back in or pull out of parking spaces. The gas mileage average's at about 23 city / 30 highway! It also has hand free calling capability that way you are safe while making those important phone calls. 

The 2012 Ford F-150:
The 2012 Ford F-150 is an ideal truck for first time truck owners. It comes at an affordable cost and can still do a whole lot of heavy lifting. It has a 5.0L V8 Engine and has 4WD capability. It has a 6.5 foot bed for all of you hauling needs! Speaking of "hauling needs", this truck can haul about 9,400 lbs! Now that is a big fishing boat! If you have a group of people with you, you can fit 6 people in your truck! Not comfortably! But safely! This truck comes with all the cool bell's and whistles! Perfect for the hard working man or woman! 

The 2015 Ford Taurus:
The 2015 Ford Taurus is a great mid-size car! It has a lot of cabin space and is a slick looking ride! It also has a pretty large trunk! Perfect for storing luggage for trips! It has a 2.0L L4 DOHC 16V Engine, and it is FWD! The car's A/C is controlled by the touch screen radio, along with the heated seats to make your ride as comfortable as possible. The Taurus also has a push start engine, and it takes advantage of hands free calling capabilities. It's one of the luxurious types of Ford sedans. 


Thanks for sticking around and hearing about what types of vehicles we have! We will be back next week with a new blog! Stay tuned! 


Our 2015 Nissan Juke

The 2015 Nissan Juke Nismo! 
This is a very special vehicle we currently have on our lot right now! It's a very unique vehicle! It has some of the coolest built-in technology and automotive specs.
It also a vehicle that holds one of the strangest world records! In just two minutes and ten seconds, professional stuntman Terry Grant completed a full mile on two wheels in the Nissan JUKE NISMO RS! How did he do it? I have no clue but he did it! With the same car that is on our lot! The Juke is also a racing vehicle used in races all around the world! As for safety, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rates the Juke at three stars out of five on frontal, five stars on side-impact, and four stars on rollover. All told the NHTSA gives the Juke a four-star rating. It's important to have a vehicle that is sporty to also be safe!

As for technology, this Nissan is loaded with some cool tech. It has Rockford Fosgate Premium Brand Speakers! 7 Speakers all-around the car and 1 subwoofer in the back. It also has a touch screen display and an LCD weather display. The touch screen display has built-in navigation, radio, and Bluetooth compatibility. You can also use a standard back up camera and a 360 back up camera. That's right! 360-degree camera! The juke has cameras all around the outside of the vehicle, to give the driver a 360-degree view to help you park in the tightest of spots with clear visibility! It's one of the coolest car driving experiences ever. Of course with a vehicle of this caliber, it will also have a push start engine and keyless entry. 

This Nissan has a 1.6L L4 DOHC 16V Engine, AWD, and ONLY 49,667 miles on it! And we are selling it for $16,995! Brand new 2015 Nissan Jukes are selling for about $25,000! So it's pretty clear this is a great deal for a great vehicle! 

Thank you for reading this week's blog! We hope you all have a great weekend! Keep your eyes out for next week's blog! 

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