The Chevrolet Colorado is a go-to choice for anyone who wants versatile capability built for both work and play. The mid-size pickup boasts outstanding efficiency and can tow, off-road, and entertain with advanced tech. The new 2020 Chevy Colorado will offer similar performance specs to the 2019 model as the truck moves into the 2020 model year with the same impressive powertrain lineup.
But believe it or not, some things in the 2020 Chevy Colorado will be even better than the current 2019 model. Take, for instance, standard work features. The LT trim, which sits in the middle of the lineup, will now feature a standard EZ-lift tailgate, which was only offered as an option on this trim before. The Work Truck model gets new tailgate options too, as will now be available with a locking remote tailgate.
Infotainment will also be upgraded in the new 2020 Chevrolet Colorado. Each model will come with the new and improved Chevy Infotainment Plus system, allowing passengers to access intuitive apps, entertainment, and contacts on the go. All models will come with a convenient safety tool called Tire Fire Alert, which uses audible alerts to let drivers know when they have inflated tires to the proper pressure. This lets drivers fill the tires on their Chevy Colorado to the perfect pressure without needing a gauge.
The all-new Chevrolet Blazer is the perfect road trip vehicle. This mid-size SUV is packed with connected technology and advanced safety features, and designed with premium materials for a pleasant ride every time. Enjoy the new Chevy Blazer by hitting up one of many nearby summer festivals in Kentucky.
Louisville may be a three hour drive from Benton but when you’re cruising in the new Chevy Blazer SUV, you won’t want the road trip to end. This festival takes place June 21-22, 2019, at Louisville Water Tower Park. Here you can lose yourself in Memphis-style blues, enjoy pit barbeque, and drink your fill of craft beers from all over Kentucky.
Lexington is a little further from Benton than Louisville, but makes for another lovely day trip in the Chevy Blazer. Join hundreds of others on June 28-29, 2019, for a two-day celebration of the LGBT+ community.
If you’re a fan of hot air balloons and flowers, this is the perfect summer festival for you. Visit the Western Kentucky Botanical Garden in Owensboro on June 22, 2019, and witness hundreds of beautiful lilies, plus tethered hot air balloon rides, live entertainment, and food trucks.
Want to learn more about the all-new Chevy Blazer? Stop by Country Chevrolet Buick GMC to take the Blazer out for a spin!
Car insurance is a very important part of owning a car. Driving without it can land you in hot water. However, this does not mean you have to spend a fortune every month. Here are a few easy ways to save more money on car insurance.
Change the car you drive
Insurance premiums factor how much your car is worth. If you drive an expensive luxury brand, it is going to cost you a lot more than if you drive something like a Chevrolet Equinox.
Bundle your insurance
Odds are high you have multiple insurance policies. If you own both a car and home, you need car and homeowner insurance. Research how much you could save by moving both policies to the same company.
Get multiple quotes
Car insurance ads are something many of us see or hear every single day. Take advantage of easy-to-get quotes and see which company can offer you more for less.
Check for discounts
Most insurance companies offer discounts for a wide range of reasons, including special groups. Check to see if you qualify for any. Popular discounts include multiple vehicles, being a good student, going paperless, and being a safe driver.
We have long-standing history in Benton, KY, here at Country Chevrolet Buick GMC. See one of our team members for more car insurance tips.
Chevy and GMC make some of the most dependable pickup trucks on the market. If you want your truck run for the long haul, you must keep up with regular truck maintenance. Here’s how to keep your workhorse in excellent condition.
Get oil changes
Clean oil and oil filters play a huge part in your truck’s powerful engine operating smoothly and efficiently. As oil ages, it becomes dirty and contaminated and no longer properly lubricates and protects your truck’s parts. To prevent this disaster, get your truck’s oil changed regularly. Your truck’s owner manual will tell you how frequently your specific model needs this service.
Routine fluid checks
Get in the habit of regularly checking all fluid levels, including engine coolant, power steering fluid, brake fluid, and windshield washer fluid.
Your truck’s tires work hard when towing for work and off-roading during your fun time away. Rotate your truck’s tires regularly, so they receive even wear and last longer with solid traction and efficiency.
You can do some truck maintenance yourself, but getting your truck checked by professionals covers all bases for potential future problems. Bring your Chevy or GMC truck into Country Chevrolet once or twice a year for a reliable inspection.
From its powerful engines to its aggressive styling, the 2020 GMC Sierra Heavy Duty provides you with everything you need in a pickup truck. Its bold frame provides sturdy support, while its interior provides the latest smart technology you would hope for in a 2020 year model.
True to its name, the 2020 GMC Sierra Heavy Duty packs generous power under its hood. Choose the 6.6-liter Duramax turbo-diesel V8 engine for the ultimate workhorse, which generates 445 horsepower and 910 lb-ft of torque. You can tow up to 35,500 pounds with this engine, making it the most capable heavy-duty pickup truck in its class.
The 2020 model also introduces the all-new Allison® 10-speed automatic transmission. This is the first-ever of its kind offered on a heavy-duty pickup truck.
Innovation for the future
As GMC pushes the boundaries with its innovation, the 2020 Sierra Heavy Duty transforms the heavy-duty pickup truck segment.
“We set new standards for smart capability, bold design, and advanced technologies in the half-ton pickup space with the 2019 Sierra 1500,” said Jaclyn McQuaid, the chief engineer for the Sierra Heavy Duty. “We wanted to do the very same in the heavy duty space, while simultaneously increasing strength and performance. We were determined to make this truck as driven and capable as our customers.”
Whether you’re a fan of Valentine’s Day or not, they’re always room in the world for more love, right? This February make more room in your heart — and garage — for the all-new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado. And with three new engine options, plenty of next-generation tech features, and more space inside and out, there is a lot to love about the 2019 Silverado.
Bigger, bolder, better
Bigger isn’t always better, unless you’re talking about a full-size pickup truck. The 2019 Silverado boasts increased size in virtually every dimension, offering more room for passengers and cargo in the spacious cabin and a whole seven inches of extra floor space in the larger, enhanced pickup bed. All of this translates into more room for the things you love the most.
The 2019 Silverado is available with five potent engine options, including the new 5.3-liter V8 and the massive 6.2-liter V8 with Dynamic Fuel Management which offers 420 horsepower. For extra efficiency and hauling power, the new 3.0-liter Duramax Turbo-Diesel is the way to go.
Strong and smart? The 2019 Silverado has it all. Featuring the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ and available built0in 4G LTE Wi-Fi, the 2019 Silverado offering seamless connectivity to all of the music, apps, navigation, and smartphone features you love.
Winter has officially arrived here in Kentucky. The combination of heavy snow, ice, and twisty roads can lead to some precarious driving conditions. If you want a winter weather defender this year, make sure you are driving a Chevy SUV. Here are some of the best SUVs to help you conquer the season.
For over 80 years, the Suburban has been the king of the road. Today, it boasts an impressive available four-wheel drive system that can help you cut through the snow. Its large tires and strong engine can power through heavy snowstorms in Benton.
If you want something as capable as the Suburban, but not quite so big, choose the Chevrolet Tahoe. It features much of the same engineering and capabilities as the Suburban, but in a more manageable size. It is perfect for any winter driving conditions in Paducah.
For a bit more sophistication, choose the Chevrolet Traverse. Unlike the Suburban and Tahoe, which are more like trucks, the Traverse is a large crossover. It comes with an available intelligent all-wheel drive system to help you keep traction where it is needed the most. In addition, available comfort features like heated seats keep you comfortable even when the temperatures drop.