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New Chevy SUVs coming to Naperville dealership

Redesigned Suburban, Tahoe ready to make appearance

NAPERVILLE, Ill., Jan. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The month of January is special for a number of reasons at Chevrolet of Naperville. Not only is everybody still doing pretty well with their New Year's resolutions, but the new model-year of vehicles has more information about them released by the manufacturers. Considering the blockbuster year that last season was, the future couldn't be brighter for Chevrolet and General Motors. Among the most popular lines of new Chevy vehicles that are offered at the Naperville dealership is the SUV lineup. For the new model-year, two of the most exciting models on their way are the 2015 Chevy Suburban and the 2015 Chevy Tahoe. Both vehicles are brand new for 2015, featuring a new body style that also represents a new generation of each popular nameplate.

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When people need a full-size vehicle that offers among the most possible space for passengers and cargo, few vehicles can offers what the 2015 Chevy Suburban coming to Naperville, IL can offer. Marked for a delivery date sometime in spring, the 2015 Suburban brings a new look to the game with bolder lines and a slew of enhanced interior features. A closer look at the aerodynamics of the new Chevy Suburban helps it cut through the air in a cleaner manner that helps conserve fuel. Furthering the cause of helping the new Suburban save fuel is the new EcoTec engine that has active fuel management which will deactivate some of the engine's valves to not burn fuel that isn't needed.

One of the many functions that the 2015 Chevy Tahoe that is coming to Naperville, IL is that it instantly makes an excellent first impression. Like its new Suburban, the 2015 Chevy Tahoe has a new body style that goes a long way toward making use of its cleaner and smoother design to cut through the air more efficiently. Among the functional aesthetic additions to the new Chevy Tahoe is an aerodynamic spoiler on the top of lift gate. As has been the case for previous generations of the Chevy Tahoe, it's a perfect vehicle for hauling cargo with second and third row seats that fold down nearly flat to aid in loading what may need to be placed in the back.

The entire Chevrolet of Naperville inventory can be seen at www.chevroletofnaperville.com. Their showroom is located at 1515 West Ogden Avenue, Naperville, IL 60540. Anyone with questions about the exact arrival date of the 2015 Chevy Suburban or 2015 Chevy Tahoe should call 855-315-0245. Chevrolet of Naperville also has one of the largest selections of reliable used cars for sale in Naperville, IL.

Media Contact: Tom Gregg, Chevrolet of Naperville, 855-315-0245, [email protected]

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