Second Hand Chevrolet Cars

Chevrolet have produced many cars over the years that have managed to build up a reputable reputation here in the UK car market. Because of the impending shut down of Chevrolet production in Europe, come the end of 2015, there will no longer be any new models released here in the UK. The only option to buying a Chevrolet after 2015 will either be by shipping one in from another continent or by buying a second hand model.

One of my favourite models manufactured by Chevrolet is the Volt. Many people believe the Volt to be a hybrid car. This is understandable because it is fitted with an electric motor and backed up by a petrol engine however it is actually a fully electric car. When the battery runs out the generator takes control, by using the petrol engine to generate electricity that then powers the car. This gives it a range of up to 300 miles, so this topped with the comfortable and refined drive makes it a real shame that Chevrolet will not be trying to advance the Volt even further in Europe and that it will only be available as a Second Hand Chevrolet Volt come the end of 2015.

One of the up and coming models is the Chevrolet Cruze. chevrolet-cruzeIt’s a medium-sized model and a great family car. The Cruze has barely made a dent into the European market, which may go some way to showing why Chevrolet cease manufacturing in Europe come the end of 2015. It does show, to me, that other territories such as China, India, Russia and South America have been given bigger prioritisation by Chevrolet too. It will represent good value for money whether you buy a new or Second Hand Chevrolet Cruze because the running costs are low but it does just lack the sophistication of the similar Vauxhall Astra.

If you’re looking for a big SUV model from Chevrolet then they do no bigger than the Chevrolet Captiva. It is a sever-seat SUV first put on the UK market back in 2008. Since its release the space and practicality of the model has been its strongest pull for customers, especially for the use of family life, alongside the capability that comes with a four-wheel drive. Whether you buy a new or used Captiva the model represents good value for money, for a car of this magnitude, with its low running costs. Also since Suzuki stopped production of their old Grand Vitara XL-7, the Captiva has become one of the cheapest seven-seat SUVs you can buy.

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