Archive for May 20, 2015

Finally! 2016 Chevy Camaro Reveal Officially Happens

2015 Chevy Camaro

If you cant wait until the 2016 arrives, check out the 2015 model at College Chevy!

After months of anticipation–during which Chevrolet released teaser images and details painstakingly slowly–the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro has finally been revealed in all its glory. The premiere of the car took place at the Belle Isle racetrack last week.

The new Camaro is getting a positive response all around concerning its many changes, both physical and cosmetic. This vehicle has more power than ever, all while maintaining a sleeker look.

In fact, thanks to the usage of some lighter-weight metals, the 2016 Camaro is actually 200 pounds lighter than its predecessor. But the 2016 Camaro is no “lightweight,” and its turbo 4-cylinder engine can get up to 275 horsepower.

Another thing that long-term Camaro drivers will notice quickly once they get behind the wheel of a 2016 model: this version is two inches shorter than the model before it, making it easier than ever to park.

What did you think of the 2016 Chevy Camaro reveal? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

The Big Difference: Chevy’s G80 Locking Rear Differential

When it comes to staying on the road, Chevy’s G80 locking rear differential is the big difference in all of the brand’s trucks—and it’s been around for a lot longer than you think!

The G80 locking axle has been a staple in Chevy’s truck lineup for more than 40 years and has proved year in and year out that it will keep you safe on the road. No matter what the weather condition or terrain you’re traveling through, Chevy trucks will get the job done.

2015 Silverado 1500

2015 Chevy Silverado 1500 Available at College Chevy!

The G80 technology reacts automatically when one wheel starts to spin, allowing both rear wheels to move at the same speed, ensuring maximum traction on the road.

Jeff Luke, executive chief engineer said, “The G80 locking axle provides a greater traction advantage than limited-slip differentials in most situations, while its automatic engagement requires no driver involvement, unlike some competitors’ electronic lockers, which require driver activation.”

To experience the Chevy truck difference for yourself, come visit College Chevrolet Buick.