29
Jan
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Chevy / Articles / Safety, Trucks, Truck, Sedans, Sedan, SUV

Stay safe this winter and control the road with your winter tires.

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When’s the last time you changed up your tires in preparation for the inevitable winter weather?

If you don’t switch out your standard tires for snow tires each winter, you are not doing everything within your power to be as safe as possible each time you get behind the wheel. It’s really a no brainer.

So, what’s the big difference? Why is it worth the effort?

Winter tires are made up of a more flexible material, have better grip and traction, and provide superior handling than your standard tire in winter’s worst weather conditions. You will have much better control of the vehicle and your family will be safer throughout the winter.

Flexibility:

• Soft rubber compound stays flexible even in low freezing temperatures for better handling.

Traction:

• Winter Tires have a different tread pattern than regular tires with wider grooves that lead to better traction on snow and ice filled roads.

Handling:

• The flexible material and wider tread pattern lead to better overall handling for the driver in slush, snow, rain, and ice.

It’s not too late to be as safe as possible this winter. Get your winter tires installed today so you can control the road. It’s a no brainer.

22
Jun
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Chevy / Articles / Safety, Sedans

Summer is the time for family road trips. Whether it’s a 6 or 16 hour drive, there’s no doubt you need the right car for the job. With impeccable safety features, lots of storage room, and modern technology connection to entertain the little ones, the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze Limited is perfect for all of your family summer adventures. With an OnStar Automatic Crash Response System and 10 Standard airbags, the 2016 Cruze Limited is on top of the safety game. It even received a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score for Safety from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Additionally, if you overpack for your summer fun, no worries. The 2016 Cruze Limited has 15.4 cubic feet of cargo space for larger items. Gone are the days of endless “Are we there yet?” questions from the kids. Chevrolet is the only car company to provide 4G LTE with WiFi. With a fast and reliable connection, kids can entertain themselves throughout the entire duration of the road trip, and you can relax. So whether it’s from New York to California, along the Jersey Shore, or down to Florida, the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze Limited is perfect for all of your family summer fun.

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09
May
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Chevy / Articles / Sedans, Technology, Safety

Safety is one of the top priorities when it comes to creating a Chevy vehicle that is right for you. The 2016 Cruze and Malibu are both equipped with advanced safety features such as Lane Keep Assist, and Automatic Crash Response, among others.

Rear Cross Traffic Alert: Rear Cross Traffic Alert uses radar sensors to monitor traffic behind and to the sides of you, and visually warns you of those vehicles using the standard rear vision camera.

Lane Keep Assist: This feature uses sensors to warn you if you unintentionally drift from your lane, and gently helps you steer the vehicle back into the lane if you don't take action.

Forward Collision Alert: Available all-new Forward Collision Alert helps you stay safe with two warnings, a Tailgating Alert to let you know if you're following another vehicle too closely, and a Crash Imminent Alert to signal when you're approaching a vehicle too quickly, so you can take action.

Automatic Crash Response: With available Automatic Crash Response, built-in sensors can automatically alert an OnStar Advisor if your air-bags deploy. The Advisor, who is connected to your Cruze or Malibu, can then see if you need help and contact emergency services.

These are only a few of the many features both the 2016 Cruze and 2016 Malibu have. Chevy has created these advanced safety features as a way to ensure a safer, more enjoyable experience.

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02
May
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Chevy / Articles / Technology, Sedans

Who would have ever thought that one day, wireless charging in a car would be possible? It may be a hard idea to wrap your head around, but that idea has become a reality. Both the 2016 Cruze and 2016 Malibu are equipped with a wireless charging rubberized mat that is located on or around the center console or armrest.

Now you don’t have to worry about your phone dying during a long car ride, or carrying your phone charger with you every time you leave your house. In order to begin using the wireless charging technology, your mobile device must have a receiver coil built in, or in its back cover.

The advanced technology is just one of the ways Chevy is taking their cars to the next level. What’s next, flying cars?

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