It’s hunting season, and what better way to do it than in an all-new Chevy Silverado with a thousand bucks to spend on gear at Cabela’s? That’s right. Go online to chevyoutdoors.com today and enter for a chance to win a 2013 Chevy Silverado, a $1,000 gift card to Cabela’s, and several other prizes, thanks to Chevrolet’s 2012 Deer Camp Promotion.
Once you’ve entered the promotion, you’ll get even more great deals. You’ll receive a thank you e-mail that will include an opportunity to get $50 to Cabela’s. All you have to do is print out the e-mail, take it in to Stalker Chevrolet, and take a Silverado out for a test drive. Once you’ve done that, a Stalker Chevrolet employee will validate your drive and you’ll get your gift card in the mail. That’s right—it’s as easy as driving the best truck known to man.
So what are you waiting for? The promotion lasts only through the end of November, so act fast! Enter for your chance to win today, get your hands on an all-new Silverado and the finest hunting gear around, and get hunting!
The 2013 Chevy Spark has been a frequent topic of conversation since its release in the U.S. a few months ago. The stylish mini car takes on a personality of its own as an adventurous urban vehicle with worldly experience. While versions of this conveniently sized car have been zipping around throughout the world for some time, the Spark is just starting to explore in the U.S.
The Chevrolet Spark will continue its journey around the U.S. while taking some passengers along for the ride through a partnership with MTV. This partnership will bring breaking artists from around the world to the United States through an online music showcase called “Cover the World.”
Four global artists will create a cover of an iconic pop song chosen by fans through online voting. Fans will then vote for their favorite cover version, earning them the chance to win a custom-wrapped Chevy Spark and a trip for two to see one of the acts perform. Fans can also win a Chevy Spark by creating and uploading their own cover version of the song.
The four participating artists are U.S.-based All Time Low, Jamaican artist Gyptian, the South Korean group The Wonder Girls, and Angus Stone from Australia. To learn more about the artists, songs, or how to participate, visit www.covertheworld.com.
Stalker Chevrolet is excited to announce that for the first time in the history of NASCAR, Chevrolet will be entering a Camaro into the NASCAR Nationwide Series. The first race for the Camaro will be in February at Daytona.
The iconic Chevy will join the long line of Chevrolets to take part in NASCAR events. Chevrolet has a prestigious background in the series with ore wins, more manufacturers’ championships and more driver’s championships than any other manufacturer competing in the Nationwide Series.
The Camaro will not be identical to the Camaros that we see on the streets. While many of the distinctive styling elements that define a Camaro will still be present, the car will be made to fit the needs of the sport.
“Our team of Chevrolet designers and aerodynamic engineers did a fantastic job capturing the great looks and styling cues of the production Camaro, while providing our NASCAR Nationwide teams with a highly competitive aero platform,” said Pat Suhy, manager, Chevrolet Racing Oval Track Group.
The Camaro has a great shot at bring home a championship with its great design and historically powerful engine. Stalker Chevrolet and NASCAR fans alike are all excited to see how the Camaro will do next season.
General Motors has made it pretty clear that the Spark is designed to entice a younger, more urban consumer. If your still skeptical then refer to this announcement that the 2013 Chevy Spark is to be the first Chevy not to offer a factory-installed CD player since they were widely introduce to models in the 1990s.
Chevrolet spokeswoman, Afaf Farah stated, “It’s more of a logical approach for this type of vehicle. Today’s younger customer is doing everything with their mobile devices, so this is a way to have all their apps and music in the vehicle.”
The Chevy Sparks 1LT and 2LT versions are equipped with the MyLink infotainment system, with a seven-inch color touch screen and the ability to play music through Pandora. Base models, priced at $12,995, won’t have an option to get MyLink, but they will be equipped with a basic AM-FM radio and a plug for portable music players.
“It may alienate some buyers, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing,” said John Canali, a senior analyst at Strategy Analytics. “Our research shows that there are a fair amount of older people who don’t want to give up their CD players, but many admit to actually using them only two or three times a year.”
The Spark will debut nationwide in August and we can’t wait. CD player or no CD player this car is sure to draw a lot of attention.
Would you like to buy a brand new Chevrolet, keep it for a few months, and if you’re not absolutely thrilled with your new Chevy, you can return it and get your money back? Sounds like a great idea, but not something you expect from a car dealership. Come down to Stalker Chevrolet and that’s exactly what you can expect!
From July 10th through September 4, 2012 customers purchasing new 2012/2013 Chevy’s will eligible for the “Love It or Return It” option as part of the Chevy Confidence program. Chevrolet is giving you 60 days to fully test out your new Chevy. If you don’t love it your new Chevy vehicle bring it back within 60 days, without any damage and under 4,000 miles, and get your money back.
At Stalker Chevrolet we know confidence isn’t just about making sure you love your new Chevy, we also want to make it easy to buy your new vehicle. New 2012 models can be purchased with fantastic No-Haggle pricing, lowering the pressure on the buying process.
Our commitment to outstanding customer service and our confidence in Chevrolet vehicles last forever, but the Chevy Confidence program is a limited time offer. Make sure you stop by today and check out all our great Chevy cars, trucks, and SUVs.
Chevrolet is getting ready for the 60th birthday of one of their signature vehicles, the Corvette. While they’re getting ready let’s take a peek at some of the history of the iconic Chevrolet Corvette.
On January 1953, the GM Motorama show, held at the world re-known Waldof-Astoria in New York City. In front of a room full of onlookers lay the bell of the showroom, and the first of what would eventually become one of the globe’s most recognizable cars, the Chevy Corvette.
Let’s jump forward ten years. After the Corvette was introduced, the Chevrolet design team saw fit to shake things up again with an innovative new design. 1963 showcased the Corvette Sting Ray. The unique design was inspired by General Motors design chief Bill Mitchell. The Sting Ray was the first modern American car to feature an independent rear suspension.
Here’s a quick fun fact for Corvette fans, 1983 is the only year no Corvettes were produced for public sale. The only place to see on of the restored 83 Vette’s is the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY.
Chevy produced the 1 millionth Corvette in 1992. The flagship of the Corvette’s, the ZR-1 with a V8 engine, first hit the streets in 1990.
January of 2012 let loose the 60th Anniversary 2013 Convertible Collector Edition. This model has been promoted as the fastest convertible in the Corvette’s history. For the speed obsessed driver, Chevrolet created the 2013 Corvette ZR1 equipped with a handcrafted LS9 638-horsepower supercharged V8 engine and a test track top speed of 205 mph. This ZR1 is the fastest car Chevrolet has ever produced.
Want some additional history on the Corvette? Take a peek at the video below.
Here’s to 60 more years for Chevrolet and the Corvette.