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Exciting times ahead for Chevrolet of Naperville

New releases, new cities to serve keep staff busy

NAPERVILLE, Ill., April 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The staff at Chevrolet of Naperville is currently gearing up for a busy spring and summer selling season. There are a whole host of new and exciting models that are due to hit their showroom floor soon. Certainly in the coming there will something for everyone at Chevrolet of Naperville. Among the new vehicles coming soon is the 2014 Chevy SS and the 2014 Chevy Silverado. Also Chevrolet of Naperville is continuing their commitment to top notch customer service both in and out of the showroom. Chevrolet of Naperville has one of the most advanced service departments, staffed with some of the best trained automotive technicians.

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In the theme of being the one of Illinois' top dealers of new Chevy cars and trucks, Chevrolet of Naperville is happy to announce that they will now be welcoming a new city into their service radius. Chevrolet of Naperville is now the newest Chevy dealer serving Woodridge, IL. The residents of Woodridge will be benefiting from the decades of experience that Chevrolet of Naperville service department brings to the table. The best way to keep cars and trucks running for as long as possible is to follow the factory prescribed maintenance schedule. The Chevrolet of Naperville staff is more than ready to help customers with that task.

There can be no doubt that the SUV is an attractive offer for many consumers. They are flexible, allowing owners to haul a useful mix of people and cargo, as well as the ability to tow some light duty trailers. Of the literally, dozens of options available to customers looking for a crossover SUV, Chevrolet of Naperville has a pair of excellent choices in the new Chevy Equinox and its bigger brother, the new Chevy Traverse. There may be some confusion among consumers shopping within this segment because of the twin vehicles offered by GMC. Customers may be caught in a crossroads in looking at the 2013 Chevy Equinox vs. the 2013 GMC Terrain and the 2013 Chevy Traverse vs. the 2013 GMC Acadia. All four are excellent General Motors products; they all offer very similar features. However, the Chevy versions often come in $2,000-$3,000 less than their GMC cousins on a trim-by-trim comparison.

Among the most anticipated cars that will be released later this year is the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Once this car hits the Chevrolet of Naperville showroom, it is very likely to garner a lot of attention. The Stingray badge has not been used in almost 40 years. Chevrolet was waiting for a new Corvette to hit the streets that was deserving of the honor and the 2014 version of the Corvette is the one. Advanced engineering wraps one of the most powerful performance engines that have ever been put under the hood of a Chevy vehicle. This machine will turn out 450-horsepower and 450 pound-feet of torque making for a perfect 50/50 split.

The entire Chevrolet of Naperville inventory can be viewed at www.chevroletofnaperville.com. Their showroom is located at 1515 West Ogden Avenue, Naperville, IL 60540. Anyone interested in looking at any of their vehicles or would like to take one for a test drive should call (877) 450-1080.

Media Contact: Tom Gregg, Chevrolet of Naperville, (877) 450-1080, [email protected]

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