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Chevrolet of Naperville expands their library of information

Chevy models versus page gets update

NAPERVILLE, Ill., March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The month following the launch of the Chevrolet of Naperville online research tool, Chevrolet Models vs. the Competition Page, the Naperville, IL Chevy dealership has continued to add to is library of information to help its growing list of customers to find the perfect vehicle to fit their needs. Given the time of year it is and the impending arrival of the 2015 class of vehicles, the online arm of the Chevrolet of Naperville operation will be working hard to provide as much information about the remaining stock of 2014 Chevy models versus their competition. The latest match ups have fallen on the 2014 Chevy Malibu and 2014 Chevy Spark.

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First on the card is the 2014 Chevy Malibu vs. the 2014 Nissan Altima. The new 2014 Chevy Malibu has gone through such a radical redesign for the 2014 model-year that it is almost unrecognizable from the previous versions of the mid-size sedan. One of the main design points for the Malibu during the rebuild process was that the design of the new 2014 Malibu falls into the coherent design standards of the rest of the General Motors passenger car fleet. As it relates to taking on the 2014 Nissan Altima, the new Malibu uses the same engine to achieve more horsepower without sacrificing much in the way of fuel-economy. This is accomplished through the addition of number of fuel-saving technologies like automatically adjustable fuel combustion chambers and automatic engine start/stop technology.

Subcompact cars have shown themselves to be one of the emerging segments in automotive industry. Recent models have answered the call from consumer that want more dynamic, better looking and more fun to drive vehicles; this where the comparison between the 2014 Chevy Spark vs. the 2014 Ford Fiesta begins to get murky. Both vehicles benefit from having a five-door hatchback design that allows for the most use of space. It is on that particular front, which the Chevy Spark pulls ahead of the Ford Fiesta. The new Spark has more than 30 cubic-feet of cargo space to work with when the rear seats are folded down compared to the 26 cubic-feet in the Ford Fiesta.

The entire Chevrolet of Naperville inventory can be viewed online at www.chevroletofnaperville.com. Their showroom is located at 1515 West Ogden Avenue, Naperville, IL, 60540. Anyone with questions about the 2014 Chevy Malibu or 2014 Chevy Spark should call 855-315-0245.

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

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