So-called “compact” (mid-size) pickups are the new darlings of the road in America, appealing to those looking for the utility of a pickup truck without having to spend their lives filling up at the gas station. They’re easier to drive — and park — in congested areas of Kansas City, while also being fun to drive in more rural areas. In other words, midsize trucks offer something that many drivers are looking for today: versatility.
The 2018 Chevy Colorado offers that versatility along with great performance in a stylish-looking, option-packed package. Here’s how the experts rate the new Colorado, which is available for sale and lease right now at our Overland Park Chevy dealer.
Value Even With the Base Level Trim
Motor Trend reviewers point out that even if you go no farther than the base trim level, you’ll still get plenty of value like Bluetooth, a rear-view camera, Chevy’s MyLink infotainment system with a 7-inch touchscreen, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a USB port, a six-speaker audio system, a 3.5-inch instrument cluster display and 16-inch steel wheels. Continue Reading →
The thermometer is picking up steam, and Kansas City residents of all ages are coming out of their winter hibernation in search of fun and entertainment. Luckily, the Kansas City area offers a bountiful variety of activities for families, couples, and individuals. Check out these great 2018 spring events in KC.
Chevy and Ford, rivals from the beginning of time, both have popular SUVs in their Traverse and Explorer models. But which one gives you more bang for your buck in terms of performance, utility, and comfort? We checked in with the experts at Car and Driver to get their take on each 2018 SUV, to hopefully end this “Traverse vs. Explorer” debate once and for all.
Why Car and Driver? When it comes to comprehensive vehicle reviews, nobody’s more thorough than the experts at Car and Driver. They not only provide an overall impression of a vehicle, they dissect it, examining and rating every component to deliver a rating that’s actually backed up by a whole lot of legwork.
That’s exactly what they did with both the 2018 Chevy Traverse and its rival, the 2018 Ford Explorer. Here’s their verdict.
It’s that time of year again—championship college football has just concluded, “The Big Game” is right around the corner, and the newest 2018 car commercials are revving to go. Before you gather up your friends and family for the February football game, take a look at the best Chevrolet commercials and videos from years past. (They’ll be good primer for whatever Chevy releases this year.)
A poor, foolish grad student mistakenly thinks that his parents have just bought him a new Chevy as a graduation present. The sheer excitement and over-enthusiasm makes for a great car ad—perhaps even one of the funniest Chevy commercials ever created.
Rugged, hard-working, dependable, long-lasting: these are some of the words Silverado 1500 owners have used to describe Chevy’s pickup truck. And the 2018 Silverado, which recently hit our Overland Park dealership floors, promises to live up to that legacy, and then some! What’s so good about the new 2018 Chevy Silverado, you ask? Read on to find out.
November is here, and soon Thanksgiving will be upon us. That means lots of turkey, mounds of stuffing, and loads of calories. Thanksgiving is a fantastic time to gather with family and friends to celebrate yearly traditions—some heartwarming, some unique, and some that are just downright wacky. We’ve scoured the web to find and share some of the greatest Thanksgiving traditions so your family can have a truly memorable holiday this year.
The Wacky Thanksgiving Traditions
The Turkey Dance. We know what you’re thinking, but no, this isn’t a twist on a chicken dance. This incredibly funny tradition involves an actual dance with your uncooked turkey. That’s right: one festive family (and maybe more) created a tradition of naming their turkey and then dancing around the kitchen with it before it’s stuffed and cooked. Poor turkey—thinks he’s at a disco but ends up on being the main course! Continue Reading →
Corvette owners are in an exclusive club–one whose members expect the highest performance money can buy. The Corvette legacy began with the iconic Corvette Stingray in 1953 and has since become one of the most legendary American-made powerhouses. While the 2017 Corvette may be a tough act to follow (with a Consumer Reports owner satisfaction rating of “excellent”), the 2018 ‘Vette is sure to exceed the expectations of even the most demanding high-performance drivers.
If you haven’t already, you’ll soon be breaking out the skeletons, ghosts, and goblins to get your home ready for Halloween! At our new and used car dealership near Kansas City, KS, we understand how much fun it is to go that extra mile on October 31st. In honor of all the car enthusiasts in the Kansas City area, we’ve compiled a list of exceptionally unique jack-o-lantern ideas and cheap car costumes—yes, we’re talking about outfits for your vehicle—that will show everyone in the neighborhood just how much you love life on four wheels.
Keep reading to learn how you can dress up your front door and your car for Halloween in Kansas City.
Insanely Awesome Pumpkins
Carving a jack-o-lantern is a very important part of Halloween. Car enthusiasts from KC to Shawnee will agree that these jack-o’-lanterns are a cut above the rest (and many of these templates can be found online):
Chevy Corvette (above). If you’re good with pumpkin-carving tools, make it a goal to make a DIY jack-o-lantern design for your favorite muscle car. Just remember to post a picture and collect your likes and upvotes!
With its quiet and spacious interior that accommodates up to eight, expansive cargo room, and vibrant entertainment system, the Chevrolet Suburban has been a favorite full-size SUV among families here in Kansas City and across the country. With updates to some styling options and a slew of new safety technology, the newest 2017 Chevy Suburban is now even more of a must-have people hauler.
The sun is shining, school is out, and the Royals are in full swing. That must mean it is summer in Kansas City! Between taking family vacations, road trips, and recovering from sunburns, your summer might be packed as it is, but if you find yourself with a free weekend, check out one of these fun KC events before September ends.
Westport Beer Festival
This festival takes place on June 24th from 5 to 9 pm, when all of Kansas City’s Pennsylvania Ave becomes “Hops Central.” Over 3 dozen breweries will be offering samples of their locally crafted beers. Balance out the brews with some food from local restaurants and street vendors, all while listening to live music from hometown bands. This festival is a true-blue Kansas City tradition! Tickets are $35 in advance or $40 on the day of the festival, with proceeds benefiting AIDS Walk KC. (Make sure you’ve got a DD on hand!) Continue Reading →