From city-sized hatchbacks to heavy-duty trucks, Chevrolet is one of the country’s top brands for getting people on the road. There’s no secret to this success, though. Chevrolet just sells the kind of cars, trucks, and SUVs that people crave, and the large lineup includes top choices for almost any lifestyle. Even better, many are now available on the pre-owned marketplace, including the impressive models you can see — in person or online — at our showroom.
The key benefit of purchasing a pre-owned Chevrolet is that you get access to nearly all the great features found in new models, but you get to pay less to enjoy them. You can chalk that up to depreciation. Almost any new car will lose 20% to 30% of its value due to depreciation alone in the very first year of ownership. So as a used-car buyer, it’s like saving that much right from the beginning. Then, since your auto-insurance premiums are generally based on the value of your vehicle, the lower purchase price translates into lower coverage costs and more savings. You can also be more confident than ever when it comes to buying a pre-owned Chevrolet because it’s so easy to check out vehicle history reports with key info about past owners, service records, past accidents, and more. And you can rely on the team at our El Cajon dealership to treat you right throughout the whole purchase process.
Chevrolet may be an award-winning mainstream brand, but it can supply a lot of the same tech features that you’d expect from the luxury names. In fact, the equipment listed below is only a sampling of what you can find in today’s used Chevrolets. (Note: Exact features vary by model.)
The impressive Chevrolet vehicle family is ready to meet your needs with your preferred combination of efficiency, performance, style, and technology. As a result, the hardest part may be narrowing down your choices to just one model. Our favorites are listed below, and keep in mind that our inventory is continually being updated as more cars come in.
After GM’s founder William C. Durant wore out his welcome at General Motors, he teamed up with Swiss-American race-car driver Louis Chevrolet to get back into the business. That was in 1911, and the brand became so successful that Durant was able to use the money he made to takeover GM again, in 1916, and this time he brought Chevrolet with him. As for the Bowtie itself, that was present right from the beginning: It was already in place on the 1913 Series C Classic Six that was the brand’s very first car. Chevrolet’s early industry leadership continued, and a little more than 20 years later, the Chevrolet Suburban Carryall became the country’s first SUV. The Chevrolet Bel Air, Monte Carlo, El Camino, and Tahoe also played their part in the brand’s amazing history, which shows no sign of stopping today.