The Chevrolet Colorado redesign was unveiled in October at the 2019 Method Race Wheels Laughlin Desert Classic. Following the race, the Colorado ZR2 also showed its new face at the SEMA show in Las Vegas in November.
One key element of the redesign is a bigger distinction between each trim. For the 2021 Chevrolet Colorado, different trims set themselves apart with unique front- and rear-end details. Each trim gets an updated Chevy “bowtie” emblem on the front and “Chevrolet” embossed on the rear tailgate.
For the WT and LT trims, the front-end shows off an all-new gold Chevy bowtie logo, while the Z71 features a black bowtie logo. All three of these trims also get refreshed center bars and lower front skid plates and front fascias.
The off-road ready Chevy Colorado ZR2 model boasts unique details that highlight its rugged capability. This trim gets a new flow-through front fascia with “Chevrolet” in bold letters. It’s designed with a more aggressive appearance, plus better visibility. This, along with things like Multimatic DSSV™ position-sensitive dampers and a 2-inch suspension lift, enhance the driver’s off-road experience.
The Chevrolet Colorado redesign sure is looking good, don’t you think? It will be a while before the 2021 model makes its way to Terryville Chevrolet, so stay tuned for more updates on the truck’s availability!
If you’ve ever been out and about and suddenly found yourself craving a hot, fresh pizza, you’re gonna love the sound of this: a new update to the Chevrolet Marketplace offers Domino’s® as its latest merchant, meaning you can now order and pay for your pizza on the go.
Using Domino’s® on Chevrolet Marketplace is easy: Create or use your existing Pizza Profile via the Domino’s® website or app and link it to Chevrolet Marketplace. With your Pizza Profile, you’ll be able to set your delivery/pick-up preferences, a preferred payment method, and your favorite store. Then, ordering your pizza is as simple as a few taps of the touchscreen.
“We admire Chevy’s commitment to providing the technology that consumers want the most,” said Chris Roeser, director of digital experience at Domino’s®. “Now, Marketplace will provide pizza lovers an easy way to order the pizza they love.”
Chevrolet Marketplace was first introduced in 2017 and is available as a free service on millions of connected Chevrolet vehicles.
If you love pizza and you have an eligible 2017 or newer Chevrolet, you too can order Domino’s® from the comfort of the driver’s seat. To learn more about the latest innovations from Chevrolet, including the features and functions of Chevrolet Marketplace, visit us at Terryville Chevrolet.
In the last few years, Chevrolet has been no stranger to resurrecting some of its most popular vehicle nameplates like the recently revived Blazer. Now, Chevrolet is getting ready to reintroduce another classic Chevrolet vehicle name. Starting in 2020, the Chevrolet Trailblazer will make its triumphant return.
The 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer will join the automaker’s growing line of crossovers and SUVs. Positioned between the Chevrolet Trax and the Chevrolet Equinox, the Trailblazer will be an affordable option for drivers who want to access the utility of an SUV.
The Chevrolet Trailblazer will not be lacking in advanced vehicle tech, coming standard with Front Pedestrian Braking, Automatic Emergency Braking and Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning. Drivers can also upgrade the Trailblazer safety suite with tech like Adaptive Cruise Control and Rear Park Assist.
The Trailblazer also doesn’t cut corners when it comes to performance. In fact, the new Trailblazer will debut with an RS trim level, pairing a sporty exterior with an even sportier powertrain.
Unfortunately, additional details surrounding the new Chevrolet Trailblazer are a bit sparse at the moment. More information is sure to be revealed during the upcoming months, and you can read all about that new Trailblazer information right here on the Terryville Chevrolet blog. In addition, you can also contact us today via our website or by phone.
Thanks to a new front-end appearance, a new LT1 V8 performance model, a newly available 10-speed automatic transmission, and tons of other updates coming to the 2020 Chevrolet Camaro, you’ll have even more ways to customize your ride.
The 2020 Camaro SS sports a front end based on the acclaimed Camaro Shock concept model that debuted at the Specialty Equipment Marketing Association show in Las Vegas last year. It’s got a repositioned bowtie emblem as well as a body-color bar between the upper and lower grille. It looks bolder and badder, and you’re going to love it.
The new LT1 V8 is a fusion between the appearance of the Camaro LT and the SS. It boasts a monstrous 455-horsepower LT1 engine, comes in coupe and convertible models, and lets you choose between a six-speed manual transmission and a 10-speed automatic.
Across the entire Camaro lineup, you can express your style with the new Rally Green exterior color, available red seatbelts and kneepads, and alloy pedals. The 2LT now boasts available Adrenaline Red and Ceramic White leather interior options, while the 3LT now comes standard with the 2.0-liter Turbo engine, as well as the Convenience and Lighting package.
The 2020 Camaro lineup will arrive on dealership lots early this fall. When that time comes, you can count on Terryville Chevrolet to get you behind the wheel of a 2020 Chevrolet Camaro.
We’re still eager to learn about the 3.0-liter Duramax® Turbo-Diesel engine that will grace the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Diesel sometime this year.
We’re still eager to learn about the 3.0-liter Duramax® Turbo-Diesel engine that will grace the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 sometime this year. Chevy has thus far been mum on its diesel engine offering — apart from saying that it’ll be the most capable and efficient in the segment — but some experts around the industry have already gotten the scoop on the new Duramax®. What they’re saying shouldn’t come as much of a surprise: It’s great.
Car and Driver’s Joey Capparella writes that the 3.0-liter Duramax® Turbo-Diesel generates 277 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque according to an official order guide and specs sheet. That puts the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Diesel well ahead of the 250 horsepower and 440 lb-ft of torque produced by the turbo-diesel of its blue oval-adorned competitor. What’s more, its makes more torque at a lower rpm — 1,500 rpm compared to the competition’s 1,750 rpm.
It’s still not yet known what the 3.0-liter Duramax® Turbo-Diesel will produce in terms of towing, payload, or fuel economy, but it’s a fair bet that it’ll stand up pretty well against its competition in the segment.
The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Diesel will be available soon at Terryville Chevrolet. Watch this space for more information as it comes.
At the end of 2018, Chevrolet took a chance and announced that it was going to stop producing many of its passenger cars, including the Impala, Cruze, and Volt. Instead, the American car-maker planned on turning its focus on its crossover and SUV lineup — and it looks like this was a smart move.
Though Chevrolet is seeing a slowdown in sedan sales, Chevy 2018 sales saw a very small decline of 1.4 percent throughout the year. The carmaker sold 549,691 vehicles during the last three months of 2018, delivering a total of 531,985.
The Equinox in particular was popular in the last quarter of 2018 with 98,239 models sold during that time frame. This was an increase of 26.4 percent year-over-year and added to the total 2018 Equinox sales of 332,618 vehicles. With these numbers, the Equinox is considered one of the most popular crossovers in its segment.
Chevrolet also sold 60,633 Suburban models in 2018, which was a 7.3 percent sales increase compared to 2017.
In the pickup truck segment, the Colorado had its best sale year ever with a total of 134,842 models sold — a 19.4% sales growth — while the Silverado held steady with 585,581 trucks sold compared to 585,864 in 2017.
Once you experience one of these great crossovers, SUVs, or trucks firsthand at Terryville Chevrolet, it’ll become clear why they’re so popular with modern American drivers.